motor

(Humans as organisms) motor neurones carry messages out of the CNS to effector organs

Motor

A Motor is a device that creates motion. It usually refers to an engine of some kind. It may also specifically refer to: ==Other uses== ===Biology=== ==Publications== ...
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Motor

The cortical portion of the brain controlling movement.
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Motor

Motor is British slang for a car.
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motor

[adj] - involving or relating to movements of the muscles 2. [n] - machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion
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Motor

Describes muscles or the ability to move. Motor nerves are the nerves that send messages away from the brain and spinal cord towards muscles or other destinations in the body.
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Motor

Something that causes movement. (E.g. Motor nerve is one of the nerves, which conveys an impulse from a nerve centre to a muscle to promote activity)
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Motor

Motor: In medicine, having to do with the movement of a part of the body. Something that produces motion or refers to motion. For example, a motor neuron is a nerve cell that conveys an impulse to a muscle causing it to contract. The term 'motor' today is also applied to a nerve that signals a gland to secrete. Motor is as opposed to sensory.
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Motor

Mo'tor noun A motor car; an automobile. [ Colloq.]
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Motor

Mo'tor noun [ Latin , from movere , motum , to move.] 1. One who, or that which, imparts motion; a source of mechanical power. 2. (Machinery) A prime mover; a machine by means of which a source of power, as steam, moving water, electricity, etc., is made available f...
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motor

<neurology, physiology> A muscle, nerve or centre that effects or produces movement. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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motor

noun machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion
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motor

(mo´tәr) pertaining to motion. a muscle, nerve, or center that effects movements.
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Motor

• (n.) One who, or that which, imparts motion; a source of mechanical power. • (n.) Alt. of Motorial • (n.) A prime mover; a machine by means of which a source of power, as steam, moving water, electricity, etc., is made available for doing mechanical work. • A type of internal-combustion engine in which the air drawn in by t......
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motor

(from the article `machine`) ...or air compressors. All three of the latter devices may be classified as generators; their outputs of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic energy ...
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motor

a muscle, nerve, or centre that effects or produces movement.
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motor

a machine which converts electrical energy into mechanical energy
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Motor

A machine supplied with external energy that is converted into force and/or motion.
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motor

A device that imparts motion through reaction.
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motor

A machine supplied with external energy that is converted into force and/or motion. Related category • ENGINES AND MOTORS
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motor

Type: Term Pronunciation: mō′ter Definitions: 1. In anatomy and physiology, denoting neural structures, that because of the impulses generated and transmitted by them, cause muscle fibers or pigment cells to contract or glands to secrete. 2. In psychology, denoting the organism's overt reaction to a stimulus (motor response).  ...
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motor

Anything that produces or imparts motion; a machine that provides mechanical power – for example, an electric motor
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motor

In medicine, having to do with the movement of body parts.
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Motor

[magazine] MOTOR is an Australian automobile magazine published monthly by Bauer Media Group starting in 1954. MOTOR is Australia`s premiere performance car publication, with two major crowns for automotive manufacturers: `Performance Car of The Year` and `Bang For Your Bucks`. The 2009 winner of `Bang For Your Bucks` was the Subaru Impreza...
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Motor

In spacecraft, a rocket that burns solid propellants.
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