Movement of the body carried out by a combination of the brain, nervous system, and muscles.
neurons: neurons that connect with muscles and direct movements
the term used to describe things that cause movement, such as a muscle or nerve.
Use of the large and small muscles to move different parts of the body. Examples of motor skills are walking, holding and moving a pencil, or opening a door.
Pertaining to the origin or execution of muscular activity.
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.
Response to a stimulus, such as a nerve signal, to a muscle to contract.
conveying information to the muscles from the CNS; "motor nerves"
A muscle, nerve or center that effects or produces movement.
Denoting axons that convey impulses from the central nervous system to muscles or glands producing movement or secretion (as opposed to sensory)
pertaining to muscle or body activity.
movement involving smaller muscle systems such as wrist, hand and finger, e.g. handling tools for writing, drawing
Referring to nerves that give signals to muscles or glands in the body.
Pertaining to movement.
In medicine, having to do with the movement of body parts.
Doing which involves the use of muscle.
Usually refers to the ability to carry out activities which require the use of body muscles (i.e., involved in movement).
Relating to movement.