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Body Form, Locomotion and Foraging in Aquatic Vertebrates
Four functional categories are denned to embrace the range of locomotor diversity of aquatic vertebrates; (1) body/caudal fin (BCF) periodic propulsion where locomotor movements repeat, as occurs inExpand
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Hydrodynamics and Energetics of Fish Propulsion
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Form and Function in Fish Swimming
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The swimming energetics of trout. II. Oxygen consumption and swimming efficiency.
  • P. Webb
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 October 1971
1. The oxygen consumption of rainbow trout was measured at a variety of subfatigue swimming speeds, at a temperature of 15 %C. Five groups of fish were used, a control group and four groups withExpand
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Fast-start Performance and Body Form in Seven Species of Teleost Fish
Fast-start kinematics and performance were determined for Etheostoma caeruleum, Cottus cognatus, Notropis cornutus, Lepomis macrochirus, Perca flavescens, Salmo gairdneri and a hybrid Esox sp. at anExpand
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Locomotor Patterns in the Evolution of Actinopterygian Fishes
SYNOPSIS. Locomotor adaptations in actinopterygian fishes are described for (a) caudal propulsion, used in cruising and sprint swimming, acceleration, and fast turns and (b) median and paired finExpand
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The effect of size on the fast-start performance of rainbow trout Salmo cairdneri, and a consideration of piscivorous predator-prey interactions.
  • P. Webb
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1976
The fast-start (acceleration) performance of seven groups of rainbow trout from 9-6 to 38-7 cm total length was measured in response to d.c. electric shock stimuli. Two fast-start kinematic patterns,Expand
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THE EFFECT OF SIZE AND SWIMMING SPEED ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS OF RAINBOW TROUT
1. During swimming at constant speed the frequency ( f ), amplitude ( a ) and depth ( d ) of the tail trailing edge, and the length of the propulsive wave (λ) were measured for rainbow trout rangingExpand
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Functional Locomotor Morphology of Early Life History Stages of Fishes
Abstract Routine activities of early life history stages of fishes occur in an intermediate hydrodynamic environment (as identified by Reynolds numbers), between a zone where drag is linearlyExpand
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The swimming energetics of trout. I. Thrust and power output at cruising speeds.
  • P. Webb
  • Geology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 October 1971
1. The wavelength, tail-beat frequency and trailing-edge amplitude have been measured for five groups of rainbow trout at various subfatigue cruising speeds. Four groups of fish were fitted withExpand
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