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rkram94
03-13-2001, 05:34 AM
Literature Update for keywords BIOMECH* or LOCOMOT*
I am almost caught up on my backlog.

Rodger Kram
Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
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CARDIOVASCULAR
Fridez, P.; Makino, A.; Miyazaki, H.; Meister, J.-J.; Hayashi, K.;
Stergiopulos, N.
Short-term biomechanical adaptation of the rat carotid to acute
hypertension: Contribution of smooth muscle.
Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 2001. 29(1):26-34.

GAIT/NEURO
Warren, William H., ; Kay, Bruce A.; Zosh, Wendy D.; Duchon, Andrew P.;
Sahuc, Stephanie.
Optic flow is used to control human walking.
Nature Neuroscience. Febrauary, 2001. 4(2):213-216.

Li, Yu; Wang, Weijie; Crompton, Robin H.; Gunther, Michael M.
Free vertical moments and transverse forces in human walking and their
role in relation to arm-swing.
Journal of Experimental Biology. January, 2001. 204(1):47-58.

Rossignol, Serge.
Locomotion and its recovery after spinal injury.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology. December, 2000. 10(6):708-716.

ERGONOMCS
Lindbeck, Lars; Kjellberg, Katarina.
Gender differences in lifting technique.
Ergonomics. 10 February, 2001. 44(2):202-214.

ORTHOPEDICS
Rocca, M.; Fini, M.; Greggi, T.; Parisini, P.; Carpi, A.; Giardino, R.
Biomaterials in spinal fixation. An experimental animal study to improve
the performance.
International Journal of Artificial Organs. December, 2000.
23(12):824-830.

de Rooster, Hilde; Vangheluwe, Lieven; van Bree, Henri; Ledoux, Marian; Van
Langenhove, Lieva.
Biomechanical properties of braided polyester tapes intended for use as
intra-articular cranial cruciate ligament prostheses in dogs.
American Journal of Veterinary Research. January, 2001. 62(1):48-53.

COMPARATIVE
Norton, Stephen F.; Eppley, Zoe A.; Sidell, Bruce D.
Allometric scaling of maximal enzyme activities in the axial musculature
of striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Walbaum).
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):819-828.

Bennett, M. B.
Unifying principles in terrestrial locomotion: Do hopping Australian
marsupials fit in?
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):726-735.

Baudinette, R. V.; Miller, A. M.; Sarre, M. P.
Aquatic and terrestrial locomotory energetics in a toad and a turtle: A
search for generalisations among ectotherms.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):672-682.

Tobalske, Bret W.
Biomechanics and physiology of gait selection in flying birds.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):736-750.

Boggs, Dona F.; Frappell, Peter B.
Unifying principles of locomotion: Foreword.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):647-650.

Webber, Dale M.; Aitken, Jill P.; O'Dor, Ronald K.
Costs of locomotion and vertic dynamics of cephalopods and fish.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):651-662.

Gordon, Malcolm S.; Hove, Jay R.; Webb, Paul W.; Weihs, Daniel.
Boxfishes as unusually well-controlled autonomous underwater vehicles.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):663-671.

Fish, Frank E.
Biomechanics and energetics in aquatic and semiaquatic mammals: Platypus
to whale.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):683-698.

Plotnick, Roy E.; Baumiller, Tomasz K.
Invention by evolution: Functional analysis in paleobiology.
Paleobiology. 2000. 26(4 Supplement):305-323.

Marden, James H.; O'Donnell, Brigid C.; Thomas, Michael A.; Bye, Jesse Y.
Surface-skimming stoneflies and mayflies: The taxonomic and mechanical
diversity of two-dimensional aerodynamic locomotion.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):751-764.

Adamczewska, Agnieszka M.; Morris, Steve.
Locomotion, respiratory physiology, and energetics of amphibious and
terrestrial crabs.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. November-December, 2000.
73(6):706-725.

Golding, Yvonne C.; Ennos, A. Roland; Edmunds, Malcolm.
Similarity in flight behaviour between the honeybee Apis mellifera
(Hymenoptera: Apidae) and its presumed mimic, the dronefly Eristalis tenax
(Diptera: Syrphidae).
Journal of Experimental Biology. January, 2001. 204(1):139-145.

Campbell, Holly R.; Strausfeld, Nicholas J.
Learned discrimination of pattern orientation in walking flies.
Journal of Experimental Biology. January, 2001. 204(1):1-14.

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