Questions tagged [movement]

Pertains anything concerning the act of moving, motion and locomotion as well as the change of place or posture.

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Are nastic responses growth responses?

I know they are non directional movement responses, but like tropic responses, does their movement involve growth?
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What are some good examples of phonotaxis in plants and other inanimate beings?

Reaction to the sound waves by plants is commonly unobserved. A physical movement or chemical release examples due to phonotaxis would be good to know about.
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Does the humeroradial joint move medially/laterally?

The humeroradial joint is a ball-and-socket joint that, if unrestricted, would allow for movement around all possible axes. However (as succinctly stated from Wikipedia): the annular ligament, by ...
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How do you accurately measure anguiliform (eel) locomotion?

In one of my courses, we were discussing a paper by Muller and van Leeuwen (2006) which made a lot of comparisons the differences between carangiform (mullet) and anguilliform (eel) locomotion. While ...
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What mammals can rotate and move their ears the most?

I found out that rabbits can rotate their ears 270 degrees, and also move them up, down and independently. Are there any other mammals that can control their ears' position that well, or even better?
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What causes tenocytes to migrate from intact regions of tendon into the wound site, and how do they move?

The 2018 study {1} mentions that: The healing process of injured tendons includes tenocyte migration which occurs from intact regions of tendon into the wound site. What causes tenocytes to ...
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Movement of the Thoracic Cage During Movements of the Thoracic Spine

Just for a bit of context: I am trying to create a 3D digital model of the human skeleton as the first step towards computer generated muscle simulation, and as such I want the skeleton to be as ...
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How much Cardiomyocyte Move in Relation to its Neurons?

I am trying to estimate how much cardiomyocyte and its things (mitochondria) move in relation to neurons Movement of neurons (1) Movement of cardiomyocytes Movement of cardiomyocytes' mitochondrias (...
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How much does sleeping correlate with daily activity?

I'm a very lazy person. I spend most of my time in a chair, at a computer; I eat more than three meals a day. I don't do any sport, at all. What I want to know is: why do I need to sleep 8-12 hours ...
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Is there a minimum amount a muscle can move? And thus, gaps in our movement?

Lately I've been thinking about something, based on my knowledge my chain of reasoning works like this... When you want to move a muscle your brain sends an electrical nervous impulse along the chain ...
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Does the P53 gene move inside the cell?

I am interested in learning more about genes in particular P53 especially about their movement inside the cell. Please, does the P53 gene move inside the cell, or in general, do the genes move inside ...