group translocation

group trans·lo·ca·tion

a form of active transport across a biomembrane in which the transporting molecule is altered in the course of the transport.
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pygmaea complete group translocation and the first to successfully employ radio-telemetry techniques in monitoring this species, an approach that has been applied with some problems in other primate species (Muller and Schildger, 1994; Neri et al.