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- wings, arms, fins, or tails are sometimes referred to as locomotory organs or locomotory structures. The term "locomotion" is formed in English from...
- terrestrial locomotory modes, such as lateral undulation, tripod-like walking (using paired fins and tail), and jumping. Many of these locomotory modes incorporate...
- Book of Records 1992. New York: Guinness. "Physiological correlates of locomotory performance in a lizard: an allometric approach" (PDF). Black mamba#cite...
- Nucleus is of one type except in the stages of certain foraminifera. (2) Locomotory organ either pseudopodia or flagella or both. (3) Reproduction a****ual...
- buoyant which removes the need to regulate depth and increases their locomotory efficiency. The Macrotritopus defilippi, or the sand-dwelling octopus...
- March 14, 2017. Zurek, D.B.; Gilbert, C. (2014). "Static antennae act as locomotory guides that compensate for visual motion blur in a diurnal, keen-e****...
- efficiently. Together, these leg features allowed Tyrannosaurus to transmit locomotory forces from the foot to the lower leg more effectively than in earlier...
- p. 1142, at Google Books 31. Lindsey, C. C. (1978) Form, function and locomotory habits in fish, in Fish Physiology VII Locomotion, W. S. **** and D. J...
- Rosenthal, J. (2007). "Metabolic temperature compensation and coevolution of locomotory performance in pteropod molluscs". Integrative and Comparative Biology...
- phase of aging[vague], the level of serotonin increases, which alters locomotory behaviors and ****ociative memory. The effect is restored by mutations...