behavioural monitoring

behavioural monitoring

As defined by zoologists, the scientific collection of behaviour data to understand normal patterns of behaviour and changes in those patterns.
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92% of the observed feeding events observed may have involved the consumption of animal material, although this assumption may be unreliable, given the presence of other items, which were not identified through behavioural monitoring, in the faecal samples, such as flowers and even seeds.
During behavioural monitoring, the marmosets were observed feeding on the nectar of two species, Syzygium cf.
threat detection, behavioural monitoring and security intelligence reporting, to
elegans is in a line-shape and line movements have not been used for monitoring in response to toxic chemicals, although behavioural monitoring has been used as an alternative tool for risk assessment with various techniques (Kramer et al.
A number of studies have used behavioural monitoring of C.
GE said that its GE QuietCare is a remote passive activity and behavioural monitoring system for seniors, using wireless sensors to non-intrusively track the daily patterns of seniors' activities.
Non-residential students described their parents as being more involving and providing less behavioural monitoring than residential students (residential: [M.
The first instrument was on behavioural monitoring.
It carry out behavioural monitoring, threat detection and security intelligence.
Household Survey (SSHHS) of 2010 and the Behavioural Monitoring Survey (BMS) of 2008.
1 x large single tier flexible film trolley isolator for use as a behavioural monitoring isolator, it is to contain a barnes maze or fear conditioning equipment.

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