Loading data.. Open Bottom Panel. Go to previous Content Download this Content Share this Content Add This Content to Favorites Go to next Content. ← →. THE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (4). ACTIVELY ANIMATED. ANIMALS. Animal Locomotion. By Andrew A. Biewener. Oxford University Press. Get this from a library! Animal locomotion. [A A Biewener; Sheila Patek] — This book examines how animals move, comparing running, swimming, and flying.
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Cell Crawling ; 7. The underlying physiological and biomechanical properties of muscles, skeletons and nervous systems are linked to the mechanisms and control of movement. This second edition has been thoroughly revised, incorporating new content on non-vertebrate animal locomotor systems, studies of animal locomotion that have inspired robotic designs, and a new chapter on the use of evolutionary approaches to locomotor mechanisms and performance.
Animal Locomotion – Hardcover – Andrew Biewener; Sheila Patek – Oxford University Press
Animal Locomotion Andrew Biewener and Sheila Patek Abstract This book provides a synthesis of the physical, physiological, evolutionary, and biomechanical principles that underlie animal locomotion. Chapter 7 Jumping, Climbing and Suspensory Locomotion.
Civil War American History: Metabolic pathways for fueling locomotion ; 9. Across scales and environments, this book integrates the biomechanics of animal movement with the physiology of animal energetics and the neural control of locomotion. Continue with Facebook Continue with Twitter. Andrew Biewener Sheila Patek. Within each mode of locomotion, animals have evolved designs and mechanisms that effectively contend with the physical properties wnimal forces imposed on them by their environment.
Introduction to Biotechnology Ashim K. This second edition has been thoroughly revised, incorporating new content on non-vertebrate animal locomotor systems, studies of animal locomotion that have inspired robotic designs, and a new chapter on the use of evolutionary approaches to locomotor mechanisms and performance.
On order from our UK supplier to our Sydney distribution centre Once received into our distribution centre, we will despatch and inform you via email. Selected pages Title Page. Biewener’s laboratory focuses on the biomechanics and neuromuscular control of terrestrial and aerial locomotion of vertebrate animals, with relevance to biorobotics and biomedical engineering.
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Migration Second Edition Hugh Dingle. Physical and biological properties and principles related to animal movement ; 2. A third theme is the importance of taking an integrative and comparative evolutionary approach in the study of biology.
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Much of their molecular and cellular machinery is the same. Humanity in a Creative Universe Stuart A. The Building Blocks of Animal Movement. At the same time, the book articulates the captivating grace, speed, and power of animal movement.
Publications Pages Publications Pages. Chapter 2 Muscles and Skeletons. Classical, Early, and Medieval Poetry and Poets: Movement on land ; 4. Animal Locomotion offers a fundamental understanding of animal movement through a broad comparative and integrative approach, including basic mathematics and physics, examination of new and enduring literature, consideration of classic and cutting-edge methods, and a strong emphasis on the core concepts that consistently ground the dizzying array of animal movements.
This second edition has been thoroughly revised, incorporating new content on non-vertebrate animal locomotor systems, studies of animal locomotion that have inspired robotic designs, and a new chapter on the use of evolutionary approaches to locomotor mechanisms and performance.