Comparative biodynamic response of two primate species to the same vibrational environment.

  • Amy Slonim
  • Published 1985 in Aviation, space, and environmental medicine

Abstract

Four Rhesus monkeys and three baboons, all young adult males of nearly the same size (8-17 kg), were implanted with an accelerometer on the upper thoracic and lower lumbar spinous process, respectively. Each animal was exposed to sinusoidal vibrations from 4 to 50 Hz at +/- 0.177 and 0.283 rms GZ acceleration levels, respectively, for approximately 30 s… (More)

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