Clinton J. Andrews

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In this study an in vitro analysis of the force and mechanical work required to bite prey items of different size and physical character is combined with an in vivo analysis of prey-handling behavior in the tokay gecko (Gekko gecko). The force required to bite and the work of biting increase with prey size, but the rate of increase is prey specific, with(More)
nergy is a modern necessity. By harnessing energy resources beyond what their own muscles can generate, humans have dramatically extended and enriched their domains. Draft animals, slaves, and biomass have given way to fossil fuels as the primary energy sources, with nuclear and renewable sources also entering the mix. Illustratively, Fig. 1 shows the great(More)
There are limited data on air quality parameters, including airborne particulate matter (PM) in residential green buildings, which are increasing in prevalence. Exposure to PM is associated with cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, and since Americans spend almost 90% of their time indoors, residential exposures may substantially contribute to overall(More)