radiotelemetry


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radiotelemetry

[′rād·ē·ō·tə′lem·ə·trē]
(communications)
The reception of data at a location remote from the source of the data, using radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation as the means of transmission.
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The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at Auburn University approved procedures involving radiotelemetry and the use of light tags.
Effect of environmental temperature stress on intramammary infections of dairy cows and monitoring of body and intramammary temperatures by radiotelemetry.
The study area for the crop damage objective was a 1,082-ha area of private land located in Jackson County, in southern Illinois, constructed from radiotelemetry locations of turkeys in a concurrent study (Greene, 2003).
Little is known about black rail dispersal aside from a radiotelemetry study in Arizona where three black rails were recorded moving an average of 0.
Radiotelemetry Monitoring of Blood Pressure (BP), Heart Rate (HR) and Motor Activity (MA)
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Nests and daytime refugia of golden mice were located using radiotelemetry during two distinct seasons.
Based on VHF (very high frequency) radiotelemetry tracking, the foraging range of harbor seals in SFB is mainly within 1-5 km of a haul-out site (Torok, 1994; Nickel, 2003), indicating that harbor seals in SFB feed on local prey.
Es trus detection using radiotelemetry or visual observation and tail painting for dairy cows on pasture.