• Publications
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The Physiological Basis of Athletic Records
  • A. Hill
  • Psychology
  • Nature
  • 10 October 1925
FATIGUE AS THE DETERMINING FACTOR.
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Late Australopithecine from Baringo District, Kenya
Faunal remains from Chesowanja, a new Pleistocene fossil locality in the Northern Rift Valley of Kenya, include a partial cranium of a late robust australopithecine. Isotopic dates suggest an age ofExpand
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Succession of Cainozoic Vertebrate Assemblages from the Northern Kenya Rift Valley
A succession of twelve different fossiliferous units in the Baringo area ranges in time from about 14 m.y. to the Holocene. The early part of the sequence provides for the first time faunal andExpand
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The negative delayed heat production in stimulated muscle
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Mechanics of the Contractile Element of Muscle
  • A. Hill
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 9 September 1950
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Thermodynamics of Muscle
  • A. Hill
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 10 March 1951
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An analysis of the effects of speed on the mechanical efficiency of human muscular movement
THE factors underlying the effects of speed on the mechanical efficiency of human muscular movement have been discussed by A. V. Hill (1, 2), The efficiency E is defined as W/H, where W is the actualExpand
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Adenosine Triphosphate and Muscular Contraction
  • A. Hill
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 26 February 1949
IT is commonly stated, on evidence obtained with muscle extracts, that the energy of muscular contraction is derived in the first instance from the breaking of the terminal energy-rich phosphate bondExpand
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Hydrogen Ion Concentration
CERTAIN solutions are capable of conducting electricity, although their separate pure components are themselves incapable, or capable only to a slight degree, of so doing. This conductivity isExpand
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Muscular Exercise
Introduction.—Muscular exercise is a subject in which most people are interested. It is fortunate therefore that, in this direction, physiology has made greater progress into the intimate working ofExpand
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