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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at Auburn University approved procedures involving radiotelemetry and the use of light tags.
A RFID thermo-sensor tag implanted under the hide together with appropriate radiotelemetry data retrieval system could be one of competing BT monitoring systems such as reticulum bolus, ear canal thermometry, and in-line milk meter for early detection of infectious disease such as mastitis, pneumonia and other epidemic infectious disease in cattle (Brown et al., 1977; Hutu et al., 2009; Won et al., 2012).
Nevertheless, ground observations and radiotelemetry data suggest that trumpeter swans fed almost exclusively in BRC, corresponding to areas supporting the highest tuber biomass and providing exclusive tuber resources to trumpeter swans.
Cardiovascular effects of oral toluene exposure in the rat monitored by radiotelemetry. Neurotoxicol Teratol 2007; 29: 228-35.
Likewise, a California-based radiotelemetry study of pintails and white-fronted geese found positive relationships between bird movements and large-scale patterns of rice production.
Radiotelemetry. Radiotelemeters were implanted using aseptic surgical technique as previously described (Hazari et al.
In addition to profiles, distribution maps, and color photographs of the 47 native bat species, chapters consider such topics as echolocation, benefits of insectivorous bats, guano, summer-autumn swarming, winter habitats and hibernation, bats as food, controlling nuisance bats, attracting bats, wind power, conservation, thermal imaging, radiotelemetry, and acoustic identification.
Before 2008, these clinical signs had not been witnessed during radiotelemetry and mark-recapture studies or in health monitoring studies (9,10).
(20.) Madison DM: Movements and habitat use among interacting Peromyscus leucopus revealed by radiotelemetry. Can Field-Natur 91: 273-281, 1977.