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An organisms activity level may be characteristic of a particular species, or a particular individual, and may vary due to a variety of conditions.

Activity as measure of behaviour[edit | edit source]

For example in drug studies activity may be a variable used to determine the impact of medication.

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Activity level as a characteristic of an individual[edit | edit source]

Activity level as a reflection of internal metabolic processes[edit | edit source]


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