mid-sagittal plane


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mid-sagittal plane

A spatial plane that divides the body into equal right and left halves.
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The long axis of the wood was positioned in line with the participant's mid-sagittal plane and served as a guide for the movement.
Minishakers produced sinusoidal, translatory motion of the dish in the horizontal and mid-sagittal planes at 30 [degrees] intervals.
The dish is part of a three-dimensional shaker table that provides sinusoidal motion of the animal with the surrounding water along linear pathways to simulate the particle motion component of underwater sound at appropriate frequencies (50-300 Hz) and levels, in the horizontal and mid-sagittal planes at specified angles (0[degrees], 30[degrees], 60[degrees], 90[degrees], 120[degrees], 150[degrees] in each plane).
A calibration program produced the appropriate starting phases and amplitudes to create movements in the horizontal and mid-sagittal planes (0 [degrees], 30 [degrees] , 60 [degrees] , 90 [degrees] , 120 [degrees] , 150 [degrees]).