Dynamograph

Dy·nam'o·graph noun [ Greek ... power + -graph . See Dynamic .] (Physiol.) A dynamometer to which is attached a device for automatically registering muscular power.
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dynamograph

<physiology> A dynamometer to which is attached a device for automatically registering muscular power. ... Origin: Gr. Power + -graph. See Dynamic. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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dynamograph

(di-nam´o-graf) a self-registering dynamometer.
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Dynamograph

• (n.) A dynamometer to which is attached a device for automatically registering muscular power.
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dynamograph

dynamography, dynamograph An instrument for recording the amount of force exerted or (in medicine) the degree of muscular power.
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dynamograph

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-nam′ō-graf Definitions: 1. An instrument for recording the degree of muscular power.
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dynamograph

instrument for recording mechanical forces
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