locomotory


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locomotory

(ˌləʊkəˈməʊtərɪ)
adj
relating to or able to move from one place to another
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The first test application: Together with colleagues from the University of Kassel and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht the researchers analyzed the locomotory system of a velvet worm.
The objective of osteoporosis treatment is to prevent fractures and disorders of the locomotory apparatus associated with fractures and organ dysfunction.
Also, children suffering from cardiovascular disease, congenital or acquired locomotory malformations are not subject to any stage of selection for practicing a dynamic sport.
1996) increase in yolk-sac fry length during yolk utilization phase is a biologically important aspect and the most of this increase occurred at post-anal part of the body that reflects the development of locomotory capability.
Sonomicrometry and EMG data were categorized into three locomotory behaviors: escape jetting (characterized by blanching of the chromatophores, rapid head extension and retraction, and rapid mantle contraction); ventilation (characterized by slow, rhythmic extension and retraction of the head, and slow, rhythmic contraction and expansion of the mantle); and slow swimming (characterized by relatively slow, though variable head extension and retraction, and variable rates of mantle contraction).
at levels ranging from 5% to 20% were observed to display an immediate increase in locomotory activity, feeding behavior, and feed intake when diets were presented, whereas greenlip abalone remained quiescent when fed the control feed, containing no dried macroalgae, suggesting that the diets provided a chemosensory stimulus (Bansemer 2015).
In the control group, drinking, agonistic, and locomotory behaviors were higher on day 1 than on days 2 and 3.
Risk factors for epistaxis on British racecourses: evidence for locomotory impact-induced trauma contributing to the aetiology of exercise-induced pulmonary haemorrhage.
The evolution of unique locomotory types has played a significant role in the conquest of new habitats, partitioning of resources within those habitats and ultimately in the evolution of organismal diversity (Vermeij and Dudley 2000, Vermeij 2006).
Compared to instrumental and social actions, locomotory actions are best recognized (Dittrich, 1993), especially the relative motion of each element to other configural elements (Cutting and Proffitt, 1982).
However, it is unclear when these locomotory and manipulative transitions occurred.