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Kinesis (biology)

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Kinesis, like a taxis or tropism, is a movement or activity of a cell or an organism in response to ... Take, for example, the locomotion of a woodlice in relation to humidity. With increased humidi...

The relevance of leg-movement cues to turn alternation in woodlice ...

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When woodlice were passively rotated through 90°, rather than making the usual forced active turn, they did not show turn alternation. Also, passive rotation t.

Using a choice chamber to investigate animal responses to stimuli ...

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Jul 10, 2012 ... For example, a null hypothesis might state 'Woodlice show an equal ... ( movement directly towards or away from particular stimuli), or may ...

Investigation on woodlice (Page 1) - Invertebrates (Including ...

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I'm doing my experiement on the effect temperature has on the movement on woodlice, however i am stuck on trying to think of a way to be able ...

Mechanisms for turn alternation in woodlice ... - ResearchGate

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Mechanisms for turn alternation in woodlice (Porcellio scaber): The role of bilaterally asymmetrical leg movements on ResearchGate, the professional network ...

The relevance of leg-movement cues to turn alternation in woodlice ...

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When woodlice were passively rotated through 90°, rather than making the usual forced active turn, they did not show turn alternation. Also, passive rotation ...

ADW: Porcellio scaber: INFORMATION

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Common rough woodlice are considered native to mainland Europe. .... These woodlice have long antennae with setae, which sense movement, and shorter ...

Individual behaviour mediates effects of warming on movement ...

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Using novel automated tracking methods, the movement of woodlice (Oniscus asellus) ranging in body size from 15·3 to 108·6 mg was quantified across a ...

Biological Orientation Responses - year13bio

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Movement towards a stimulus is a positive taxis, and movement away from a stimulus is a ... Orthokinesis in woodlice is when the speed of woodlice movement.

Tactile Cues, Bilaterally Asymmetrical Leg Movements and Body ...

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Because woodlice (Porcellio scaber and pillbugs (Eluma purpurascens) that traveled .... Rather than leg movement cues, Schafer (1982) has suggested that.

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Habitat and behaviour of the woodlouse, Porcellio scaber. ... of turning (= klinokinesis) in dry conditions and slower rates of movement in more humid conditions.

Mechanisms for turn alternation in woodlice (Porcellio ... - Springer

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Angles of free turn were observed in woodlice (Porcellio scaber) after they had ... for woodlouse alternation based on bilaterally asymmetrical leg movements ...

kinesis | animal behaviour | Britannica.com

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animal movement. stereotyped ... In wood lice, for example, the kinetic response alters only the rate of movement. Because wood lice tend to aggregate in moist.