Ergograph

An ergograph is a graph that shows a relation between human activities, or agricultural/climate factors, and a seasonal year. The name was coined by Dr. Arthur Geddes of the University of Edinburgh. It can either be a polar coördinate (circular) or a cartesian coördinate (rectangular) graph, and either a line graph or a bar graph. In cartesian f...
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Ergograph

• (n.) An instrument for measuring and recording the work done by a single muscle or set of muscles, the rate of fatigue, etc.
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ergograph

(ur´go-graf) an instrument for measuring work done in muscular action.
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Ergograph

Er'go·graph noun [ Greek ... work + - graph .] An instrument for measuring and recording the work done by a single muscle or set of muscles, the rate of fatigue, etc. -- Er`go*graph'ic adjective
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ergograph

An instrument for recording the amount of work done by muscular contractions, or the amplitude of contraction. ... Origin: ergo-+ G. Grapho, to write ... Mosso's ergograph, an instrument consisting of pulleys, weights, and a recording lever, which is used to obtain a graphic record of flexion of a finger, hand, or arm. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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ergograph

ergograph, ergographic An instrument for recording the amount of work done by muscular contractions, or the amplitude of contraction.
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ergograph

instrument for measuring and recording muscular work
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ergograph

Type: Term Pronunciation: er′gō-graf Definitions: 1. An instrument for recording the amount of work done by muscular contractions, or the amplitude of contraction.
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