David G. McGillivray

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The common thresher shark (Alopias vulpinus) is a pelagic species with medially positioned red aerobic swimming musculature (RM) and regional RM endothermy. This study tested whether the contractile(More)
Mice from lines selectively bred for high levels of voluntary wheel running express a high incidence of a small muscle phenotype ('mini-muscles') that may confer an adaptive advantage with respect to(More)
Through convergent evolution tunas and lamnid sharks share thunniform swimming and a medial position of the red, aerobic swimming musculature. During continuous cruise swimming these muscles move(More)
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