effector system

effector system

[ə‚fek·tər ‚sis·təm]
(physiology)
A system of effector organs in the animal body.
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The aim of the contracting entity is to obtain comprehensive information on service providers, availability, functionality, availability of the available effector system on the market, and to specify the procurement team information and draft call for tenders attached to the request for information in order to plan and execute a possible future tender in the most appropriate and equitable manner.
Recently, impairment of the immunoregulatory effector system has been implicated2.
The neuro-muscular system can be understood to be composed of a sensory system, a decision system, and an effector system. The decision system is a distributed control network that enables high complexity decisions based upon disparate information sources.
Its boom end effector system picks in 16 different vertical, horizontal or angular positions.
4 shows a fragment of how the developing principle was applied for the prosthesis / end effector system, where the energetic flow and the information flow were considered.
Between the receptor system and the effector system, which are to be found in all animal species, we find in man a third link which we may describe as the symbolic system.
The Body Builder is an end effector system designed for press room and body shop robotic material handling.
While little is known about physiological mechanisms regulating allorecognition and allowing this behavioral variation in intercolony integration to occur between species, it seems likely that all species share components of a common effector system (Taneda et al.
the solution must be a kinetic effector system, that is designed to physically inhibit a uav, rendering it non-operational.
The failure to fuse is called rejection and triggers a nematocyst-based effector system, which in turn results in either the elimination of one colony or the development of the oft-observed "suture-lines" separating colonies on the same shell (6-8).
In this study, we found that self and non-self stimuli differentially influenced two effector systems: cnida discharge and tentacle contraction.
Various stress effector systems serve as neural conduits that integrate cognitive cues and mediate the stress response.