The Dignity Complex performing Ontogeny at Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2014 in Rasnov, Romania. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedignitycompl...
The Dignity Complex performing Ontogeny at Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2014 in Rasnov, Romania. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedignitycomplex Bandcamp: http://thedignitycomplex.bandcamp.com... Less
Learn how to say Ontogenic correctly with EmmaSaying's "how do you pronounce" free tutorials. Definition of ontogeny (oxford dictionary): no...
Learn how to say Ontogenic correctly with EmmaSaying's "how do you pronounce" free tutorials. Definition of ontogeny (oxford dictionary): noun [mass noun] the branch of biology that deals with ontogenesis. Compare with phylogeny. another term for ontogenesis. Derivatives ontogenic Pronunciation: /-təˈdʒɛnɪk/ adjective ontogenically Pronunciation: /-təˈdʒɛnɪk(ə)li/ adverb Origin: late 19th century: from Greek ōn, ont- 'being' + -geny www.emmasaying.com Take a look at my comparison tutorials here www.youtube.com Subscribe to my channel here : www.youtube.com Less
Good around then, my slummy food choices began to perceive up with me. You see, ontogeny up in a sanctuary good of esurient kids and not oft...
Good around then, my slummy food choices began to perceive up with me. You see, ontogeny up in a sanctuary good of esurient kids and not often money in the ridge, I ate a lot of bad, edematous... Less
Ontogenie en schouder.
This is a video segment from the DVD companion to my master's thesis, The Development of Self as a Means for Determining Degrees of Culture,...
This is a video segment from the DVD companion to my master's thesis, The Development of Self as a Means for Determining Degrees of Culture, where I illustrate the rise of self-awareness in non-human primates across phylogeny and ontogeny.nnThis work meets the Fair-use Statute Section 107 of the 1976 Copyright Act: 1. The purpose and character of the use is for nonprofit educational purposes. 2. The nature of the material is factual. 3. The amount and significance of the portion used in relation to the entire work is not significant. 4. The use will have no effect upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work, this use is non-monetized, and no commercial media is authorized on this channel. This segment is currently important for use in my Ph.D. research as well as the K-12 science classes I teach.nnThe simple act of cutting segments of video from a larger portion can and often does suggest other meanings than originally intended because they are removed from their original context. Please be advised that I place my copyright watermark on videos posted on my channel to protect the original content creator(s) from association with meanings, explicit or implied, created by my own edits.nnIf you have read this far, you are not only more cynical than most, but have far too much time on your hands, time better spent with a physician addressing your high blood pressure, or a therapist to explore your control issues. Less
Supplementary video from the paper Grossi B, Iriarte-Díaz J, Larach O, Canals M, Vásquez RA (2014) Walking Like Dinosaurs: Chickens with A...
Supplementary video from the paper Grossi B, Iriarte-Díaz J, Larach O, Canals M, Vásquez RA (2014) Walking Like Dinosaurs: Chickens with Artificial Tails Provide Clues about Non-Avian Theropod Locomotion. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88458. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088458. nnhttp://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0088458nnAbstract: Birds still share many traits with their dinosaur ancestors, making them the best living group to reconstruct certain aspects of non-avian theropod biology. Bipedal, digitigrade locomotion and parasagittal hindlimb movement are some of those inherited traits. Living birds, however, maintain an unusually crouched hindlimb posture and locomotion powered by knee flexion, in contrast to the inferred primitive condition of non-avian theropods: more upright posture and limb movement powered by femur retraction. Such functional differences, which are associated with a gradual, anterior shift of the centre of mass in theropods along the bird line, make the use of extant birds to study non-avian theropod locomotion problematic. Here we show that, by experimentally manipulating the location of the centre of mass in living birds, it is possible to recreate limb posture and kinematics inferred for extinct bipedal dinosaurs. Chickens raised wearing artificial tails, and consequently with more posteriorly located centre of mass, showed a more vertical orientation of the femur during standing and increased femoral displacement during locomotion. Our results support the hypothesis that gradual changes in the location of the centre of mass resulted in more crouched hindlimb postures and a shift from hip-driven to knee-driven limb movements through theropod evolution. This study suggests that, through careful experimental manipulations during the growth phase of ontogeny, extant birds can potentially be used to gain important insights into previously unexplored aspects of bipedal non-avian theropod locomotion. Less
Trying out my new-to-me 1976 Hobie 16 for the first time
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