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Biomechanical characterization of spider webs.
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical…
Corpus ID: 4206865
In light of recent focus on the behaviour of the natural structures for revolutionary technological growth, spider web seems to…
Accumulation of Major and Trace Elements in Spider Webs
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution
Corpus ID: 2625142
The spider webs of Malthonica ferruginea (Panzer, 1804) from the Agelenidae family were used for the evaluation of heavy metal…
Synergetic material and structure optimization yields robust spider web anchorages.
Steven W. Cranford
Corpus ID: 3245348
Millions of years of evolution have adapted spider webs to achieve a range of properties, including the well-known capture of…
Optimal foraging, not biogenetic law, predicts spider orb web allometry
Heine C. Kiesbüy
Shakira G. Quiñones Lebrón
Corpus ID: 15218413
The biogenetic law posits that the ontogeny of an organism recapitulates the pattern of evolutionary changes. Morphological…
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