radiotelemetric

radiotelemetric

(ˌraɪdɪəʊˌtɛlɪˈmɛtrɪk)
adj
(Communications & Information) of or relating to radiotelemetry
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Radiotelemetric assessment of movement patterns of the gray bat (Myotis giisescens) at Guntersville Reservoir, Alabama, p.
Bruguerolle, "Effects of L-Dopa on circadian rhythms of 6-OHDA striatal lesioned rats: a radiotelemetric study," Chronobiology International, vol.
Ten days before the recordings, radiotelemetric probes (TA11PA-C40, DSI, Transoma Medical) were implanted in the abdominal aorta.
Timing of insemination for dairy cows identified in estrus by a radiotelemetric estrus detection system.
The HR, recorded with the radiotelemetric technique, was analyzed.
As part of an ongoing radiotelemetric study on Indio lepidus during the winter of 2007-2008 and during the active period of spring, summer, and fall of 2008.
During the class, subjects wore a radiotelemetric heart rate monitor.
2003: Thermal biology of large snakes in cool climates: a radiotelemetric study of carpet pythons (Morelia spilota imbricata) in south-western Australia.--Journal of Thermal Biology 28: 117-131.
Radiotelemetric study and aerial census of gray whales during their southward migration in the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary, January 1986.
Radiotelemetric field studies of pitvipers: Data acquisition and analysis.
Radiotelemetric data were subsequently collected for 72 hr, and this served as a baseline template in the analysis process.