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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinesis_(biology)

Kinesis, like a taxis or tropism, is a movement or activity of a cell or an organism in response to ... speed of movement of the individual is dependent upon the stimulus intensity. For example, the locomotion of a woodlice in relation to humidity.

www.nuffieldfoundation.org/practical-biology/using-choice-chamber-investigate-animal-responses-stimuli

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

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hygro- kinesis i.e. an increased level of movement in response to low moisture levels. If woodlice find themselves in a dry habitat then an adaptive response is to  ...

www.porcellio.scaber.org/woodlice/habitat.htm

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

link.springer.com/article/10.3758/BF03200018

Angles of free turn were observed in woodlice (Porcellio scaber) after they had been ... The relevance of leg-movement cues to turn alternation in woodlice ...

www.britannica.com/topic/kinesis

... rather, the stimulus causes an alteration in speed or direction of movement. In wood lice, for example, the kinetic response alters only the rate of movement.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003347271800167

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

www.bartleby.com/essay/Does-a-Change-in-Temperature-Affect-the-F3JQ2Y23VJ

Mar 12, 2013 ... Free Essay: This experiment was successful as the rate of movement of woodlouse increased as the temperature did; I found this out by ...

www.arkive.org/common-woodlouse/oniscus-asellus/video-00.html

The common woodlouse (Oniscus asellus) is one of the commonest and widely spread of the British woodlice. Woodlice are not insects, but are crustaceans; ...