) has revealed an impact of additional movement sonification of distal kinematic parameters on motor perception: When observing sonified breaststroke movements of a human avatar, audiovisual precision of motor perception was enhanced. Participants were better in judging swimming velocity when auditory

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, feeding, bubble net, kinematic, spiral-loop, double-loop. 1. Introduction Humpback whales ( Megaptera novaeangliae ) are large baleen whales (8.5 m at 0.5 years to 14.3 m at 17 years of age; Stevick, 1999) that feed on a variety of relatively small prey species, each of which aggregate in dense concentra

In: Behaviour

SCALING EFFECTS ON CERVICAL KINEMATICS IN DRINKING ANATIDAE by A. H. J. VAN DER LEEUW* (Neurobehavioral Morphology, Zoological Laboratory, Leiden University, P.O. Box 9516, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands) ABSTRACT Scaling effects on cervical motion patterns during drinking were examined in

In: Netherlands Journal of Zoology
Author: P.J. Geerlink

PECTORAL FIN KINEMATICS OF CORIS FORMOSA (TELEOSTEI, LABRIDAE) by P. J. GEERLINK (University of Groningen, Department of Zoology, P.O. Box 14, 9750 AA Haren, The Netherlands) SUMMARY A fish propelling itself by means of the pectoral fins, was filmed with a high speed cine camera. For each film

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A KINEMATIC MODEL FOR THE JAW MOVEMENTS IN SOME LABRINAE (PISCES, PERCIFORMES) by M. J. F. M. VAN HASSELT (Zoological Laboratory, Department of Morphology, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands) SUMMARY Motion-picture records of two species of European labrid fishes feeding on live shrimps

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A KINEMATIC MODEL FOR THE UPPER-JAW PROTRUSION IN SOME LABRINAE (PISCES, PERCIFORMES) by M.J. F. M. VAN HASSELT (Department of Morphology, Zoology Laboratory, University of Leiden, The Netherlands) SUMMARY This paper, which is the last in a series of four articles (ef. VAN HASSELT, 1978, 1979a

In: Netherlands Journal of Zoology
Authors: J.J. Videler and C.S. Wardle

NEW KINEMATIC DATA FROM HIGH SPEED CINE FILM RECORDINGS OF SWIMMING COD (GADUS MORHUA) by J. J. VIDELER (Dept. of Zoology, University of Groningen, P.O. Box 14, 9750 AA Haren, the Netherlands) and C. S. WARDLE (Marine Laboratory, P.O. Box 101, Aberdeen, Scotland) SUMMARY 1. We described a

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TITIN ISOFORMS AND KINEMATICS OF FAST SWIMMING CARP LARVAE (CYPRINUS CARPIO L.) by IGOR L.Y SPIERTS 1,2,*†, (1 Experimental Zoology Group, Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences (WIAS), Wageningen University, Marijkeweg 40, 6709 PG Wageningen, The Netherlands; 2Niels Stensen Foundation, P

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A KINEMATIC JAW MODEL FOR THE RAPID WIDE OPENING AND THE CLOSING OF THE MOUTH IN SOME LABRINAE (PISCES, PERCIFORMES) by M. J. F. M. VAN HASSELT (Department of Morphology, Zoological Laboratory, University of Leiden, The Netherlands) SUMMARY This paper is the third one of a series of articles

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KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE LOCOMOTION OF THE POLAR BEAR (URSUS MARITIMUS, PHIPPS, 1774) IN NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS by S. RENOUS, J.-P. GASC and A. ABOURACHID (URA 1137 CNRS/MNHN, Laboratoire d'Anatomie Comparée, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 55 rue Buffon, 75005 Paris, France

In: Netherlands Journal of Zoology