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Swimming is effected by muscular contractions along the length of the body, which may be aided by body protrusions or structures (e.g. parapodia, fins). +
Definition requires input - is there another word for this action 'muscular contraction' used in studies of invertebrate and vertebrate swimming/locomotion. +
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