Related formsan·i·so·trop·i·cal·ly, adverban·i·sot·ro·py [an-ahy-so-truh-pee] /ˌæn aɪˈsɒ trə pi/, an·i·sot·ro·pism, noun
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Thick lines represent the more excitable side of an anisotropic or dorsiventral organ.
Whether variation of temperature induces in anisotropic organs only one type of response, or two types, positive and negative.
The only condition requisite for the exhibition of response is the differential excitability of an anisotropic organ.
Both are adapted for determining the axes of elasticity and for the differentiation of isotropic and anisotropic bodies.Microscopes and Accessory Apparatus|Ernst Leitz