biokinetics

biokinetics

 [bi″o-ki-net´iks]
the science of the movements of tissue and related phenomena that occur during the development of organisms.

bi·o·ki·net·ics

(bī'ō-ki-net'iks),
The study of the growth changes and movements that developing organisms undergo.
[bio- + G. kinēsis, motion]

biokinetics

/bio·ki·net·ics/ (-kĭ-net´iks)
1. the science of the movements within organisms.
2. the application of therapeutic exercise in rehabilitative treatment or performance enhancement.

biokinetics

[-kinet′iks]
Etymology: Gk, bios, life, kinetikos, moving
the study of the movements within developing organisms.

bi·o·ki·net·ics

(bī'ō-ki-net'iks)
The study of the growth changes and movements that developing organisms undergo.
[bio- + G. kinēsis, motion]

biokinetics

1. the study of the forces involved in movements of the body; the motions caused by the operation of an unbalanced system of forces.
2. the science of the movement of tissue and related phenomena that occur during the development of organisms.
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