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Browsing Biology by Subject "Biomechanics"

Browsing Biology by Subject "Biomechanics"

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  • Crofts, Stephanie B.
    Durophagy is the consumption of hard-shelled prey-items, like shelled molluscs and crustaceans with hard exoskeletons. In order to break these hard shells, organisms need to be able to generate large bite-forces, which ...
  • George, Nicole Tasnin (2012-09-13)
    During locomotion, muscles respond to an animal's varying need for speed, endurance, strength, and agility. Therefore, in addition to operating as motors, muscles also act as brakes, springs, and struts. Interestingly, if ...

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