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The heat of shortening and the dynamic constants of muscle
The hope was recently expressed (Hill 1937, p. 116) that with the development of a more accurate and rapid technique for muscle heat measurement, a much more consistent picture might emerge of the
Dimensions of Animals and their Muscular Dynamics
  • A. Hill
  • Environmental Science
    Nature
  • 1949
ON November 4 Prof. A. V. Hill gave a Friday Evening Discourse at the Royal Institution, his subject being "The Dimensions of Animals and their Muscular Dynamics". He pointed out that mammals vary in
Muscular exercise, lactic acid, and the supply and utilisation of oxygen
Hartree and A. V. Hill (1) have shown in the isolated frog’s muscle that the maximum rate of the recovery heat-production is proportional to the square of the total initial heat liberated by the
The Velocity of the Pulse Wave in Man
TLDR
The following pages contain the results arrived at, together with an account of experiments upon the velocity of the pulse wave in an isolated human artery, from an investigation now being carried out at Manchester.
The mechanics of active muscle
  • A. Hill
  • Biology
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 11 March 1953
TLDR
At an initial extension not greater than that at which the developed tension is a maximum the system is ‘stable’ and the tension reaches its full value sharply: at extensions on the outer side of the maximum the System is “unstable” and a long slow creep of rising tension occurs.
The Combinations of Haemoglobin with Oxygen and with Carbon Monoxide. I.
  • A. Hill
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Biochemical journal
  • 1 October 1913
The Diffusion of Oxygen and Lactic Acid through Tissues
  • A. Hill
  • Materials Science
  • 1 December 1928
The diffusion of dissolved substances through cells and tissues is a determining factor in many vital processes. The slowness of diffusion on the scale of ordinary sensible objects gives to the
The Physiological Basis of Athletic Records
  • A. Hill
  • Education
    Nature
  • 10 October 1925
FATIGUE AS THE DETERMINING FACTOR.
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