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See also: Quadrupedal Quadrupedally Quadrupedalism Quadrate Quadratic Quadruple Quadruplet Quadrillion Quadrivalent Quad Quady Quadrax Quadruplex Quadax Quade Quadis Quadrel Quadrem Quadro Quadrans Quadratum Quadrant Quadriplegia Quadriplegic Quadrilateral

1. ‘the front legs of Quadrupedal mammals typically support about 60% of body weight’

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2. Quadrupedalism is a form of terrestrial locomotion where a tetrapod animal uses all four limbs to weightbear, walk and run.An animal or machine that usually maintains a four-legged posture and moves using all four limbs are said to be a quadruped (from Latin quattuor for "four", and pes for "foot")

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3. Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word quadrupedal. Princeton's WordNet (0.00 / 0 votes) Rate this definition: Quadrupedal, quadruped, four-footed (adj)

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4. Quadrupedalism involves both forelimbs and hind limbs, of course, although not to an equal extent

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5. Quadrupedal 'Quadrupedal' is a 11 letter word starting with Q and ending with L Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Quadrupedal We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Quadrupedal will help you to finish your crossword today.

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6. The Effects of a Novel Quadrupedal Movement Training Program on Functional Movement, Range of Motion, Muscular Strength, and Endurance The Effects of a Novel Quadrupedal Movement Training Program on Functional Movement, Range of Motion, Muscular Strength, and Endurance J Strength Cond Res

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7. It is a Quadrupedal Digimon with yellow spines growing from its back

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8. In its most extreme form, Uner Tan Syndrome is characterized by loss of balance and coordination, impaired cognitive abilities, and a habitual Quadrupedal gait on all fours.

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9. Quadrupedal DEFINITION Quadrupedal means using all four limbs for walking or running. One of the first actions of locomotion that we'll ever undertake as humans is a crawling motion – moving on all four limbs across an even or uneven surface, usually around six months to 1 year old

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10. Quadrupedal MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN

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11. Quadrupedal Movement: The Bear Crawl Exercise Explained

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12. Tackling the question of whether control of human gait is based on that of a Quadrupedal locomotion system is of basic and practical relevance.

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13. Bipedal and Quadrupedal walking among chimpanzees was similar to that reported for bonobos, gibbons, and other primates

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14. The similarity in cost between bipedal and Quadrupedal trials suggests that the adoption of bipedal walking would have had no effect on walking costs for early ape-like hominins.

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15. Quadrupedal Movement (QM) refers to movement by humans on all fours

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16. Was Spinosaurus Quadrupedal or was it bipedal? NOTE: This answer and other answers from me regarding Spinosaurus are subject to change

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17. Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) habitually walk both bipedally and Quadrupedally, and have been a common point of reference for understanding the evolution of bipedal locomotion in early ape-like hominins

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18. Here we compare the kinematics, kinetics, and energetics of bipedal and Quadrupedal walking and running in a sample of five captive chimpanzees.

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19. Quadrupedal robots trot into the wild View ORCID Profile Sehoon Ha School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, 85 5th St

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20. An open-source 3D-printed Quadrupedal robot

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21. It is the first adequately-known Quadrupedal sirenian from Eurasia and the oldest record of this clade from western Europe

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22. Quadrupedal Locomotion: An Introduction to the Control of Four-legged Robots brings together some of the methods and techniques in this emerging field that have recently been developed in an effort to deal with the problems that currently prevent legged robots being more widely used for real applications.

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23. Texas State Fossil: Quadrupedal Sauropod Sauroposeidon (meaning "earthquake god lizard", after the Greek god Poseidon) is a genus of sauropod dinosaur known from several incomplete specimens including a bone bed and fossilized trackways that have been found in the American states of Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Texas.

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24. Quadrupedal (redirected from Quadrupedally) Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia

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25. Related to Quadrupedally: brachiation, Quadrupeds

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26. Quadrupedal (kwŏd′rə-pĕd′l, kwŏ-dro͞o′pə-dl) or quadruped (kwŏd′rə-pĕd′) adj

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27. Philippensis was classified into seven categories: feeding (including handling and ingestion of food items), calling, movement (includes Quadrupedal movement, such as walking, running, climbing, jumping and gliding), resting (outside the tree cavity without any activity), exploring (including food searching and scrutinizing surroundings), grooming (squirrels clean itself by licking, biting and scratching through …

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28. Bipedal and Quadrupedal walking among chimpanzees was similar to that reported for bonobos, gibbons, and other primates

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29. The similarity in cost between bipedal and Quadrupedal trials suggests that the adoption of bipedal walking would have …

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30. As people may have noticed about the future of this world, at a point birds develop completely strange forms that had never taken before, between some of them: turtle-like species, moles-like forms, limbless beings and also one of the classes that actually most of the idea based on it is just improbable form most of the future timelines: Quadrupedal.

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31. We present a motion planner for the perceptive rough-terrain locomotion with Quadrupedal robots

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32. Quadrupedal gallop is one of the fastest and most versatile variations of Quadrupedal movement

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33. The Quadrupedal locomotion with diagonal sequencing of the limbs is depicted in this lateral profile

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34. The Quadrupedal locomotion is depicted in this lateral view

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35. Quadrupedal (religion, spiritualism, and occult) The Quadrupedal signs are the so-called four-footed signs, namely, Aries, Taurus, Leo, Sagittarius, and Capricorn.

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36. They write, “Thus, as with nonhuman mammals, Quadrupedal gait preferences in humans are best understood as a function of biomechanical constraints, rather than genetic mutations

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37. We agree with researchers who have pointed out that the use of habitual Quadrupedalism in individuals with UTS is an adaptation to instability of the trunk caused by

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38. Early dispersal for Quadrupedal cetaceans: amphibious whale from middle Eocene

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39. The Quadrupedal Titan is a student at Marley Academy and one of the Nine Traps set up by Willy Tybur

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40. The Mechanics of Quadrupedal Galloping and the Future of Legged Vehicles J

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41. Early dispersal for Quadrupedal cetaceans: Amphibious whale from middle Eocene

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42. This launch style works for both a Quadrupedal winged horse in which the forelimbs double as wings and a hexapodal one in which the wings are a third pair of limbs

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43. This launch style works for both a Quadrupedal winged horse in which the forelimbs double as wings and a

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44. Although many primates can be classified as quadrupeds, Quadrupedalism in primates has not in the past received as much detailed attention as some other locomotor modes

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45. In the present study Quadrupedalism in primates is analysed in terms of positional behavior (locomotor and postural activities in an environmental context) and a number of categories are defined.

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46. Schematic drawing of different stereotypic Quadrupedal walking patterns

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47. Quadrupedal rats assumed an upright posture for a significantly greater amount of time than bipedal rats when monitored over 24 hours (P = 0.016)

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48. Quadrupedal and bipedal rats did not differ in the number of stands (P = 0.63) or in the amount of horizontal movement in the upright stance (P = 0.34) over 24 hours

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49. The finalized Quadrupedal robotic simulation is projected to translate 50 meters through one degree of planar motion with a speed range of 0.25 m/s – 0.3 m/s autonomously while balancing on two legs at a time

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50. Results: All of the human Quadrupedal gaits were lateral sequence gaits, whereas the baboon's walking gait was a diagonal sequence gait

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51. Modern studies have confirmed the nonpathologic Quadrupedal gait sequences of humans and nonhuman primates

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QUADRUPEDAL [ˌkwädrəˈpedl, ˌkwädrəˈpēdl, kwäˈdro͞opədl]

ADJECTIVE

Frequently Asked Questions

What does quadruped mean?

Latin quadruped-, quadrupes, from quadruped-, quadrupes, adjective, having four feet, from quadri- + ped-, pes foot — more at foot.

What kind of locomotion does a quadruped have?

Quadrupedalism is a form of terrestrial locomotion where a tetrapod animal uses all four limbs ( legs) to weightbear, walk and run. An animal or machine that usually maintains a four-legged posture and moves using all four limbs are said to be a quadruped (from Latin quattuor for "four", and pes for "foot").

What is the difference between tetrapod and quadruped?

Quadrupeds vs. tetrapods. Although the words quadruped and tetrapod are both derived from terms meaning "four-footed", they have distinct meanings. A tetrapod is any member of the taxonomic unit Tetrapoda (which is defined by descent from a specific four-limbed ancestor) whereas a quadruped actually uses four limbs for locomotion.

Who is the author of the quadrupedal Dictionary?

Variant of quadrupedal. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

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