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Biomechanics and dynamics of turning
In chapter one, I examine the extent to which a pelagic marine gastropod, Clione limacina, turns by changing its wingstroke kinematics versus shifting its tail position as a rudder. I find that there is no evidence for tail-ruddering in free-swimming animals under the conditions tested. In response to tilting a tethered ...