John H. Long, Jr.
John H. Long, Jr.
Professor of Biology, Chair and Professor of Cognitive Science, Vassar College, USA
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Mechanical control of swimming speed: stiffness and axial wave form in undulating fish models
M McHenry, C Pell, J Long
Journal of experimental biology 198 (11), 2293-2305, 1995
2271995
Kinematics of birdsong: functional correlation of cranial movements and acoustic features in sparrows
MW Westneat, JH Long, W Hoese, S Nowicki
Journal of Experimental Biology 182 (1), 147-171, 1993
2031993
The importance of body stiffness in undulatory propulsion
JH Long Jr, KS Nipper
American Zoologist 36 (6), 678-694, 1996
1811996
Functions of fish skin: flexural stiffness and steady swimming of longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus
J Long, M Hale, M Mchenry, M Westneat
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (10), 2139-2151, 1996
1751996
Locomotor design of dolphin vertebral columns: bending mechanics and morphology of Delphinus delphis.
JH Long, DA Pabst, WR Shepherd, WA Mclellan
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (1), 65-81, 1997
1211997
Muscles, elastic energy, and the dynamics of body stiffness in swimming eels
JH Long Jr
American zoologist 38 (4), 771-792, 1998
1151998
Four flippers or two? Tetrapodal swimming with an aquatic robot
JH Long Jr, J Schumacher, N Livingston, M Kemp
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 1 (1), 20, 2006
1082006
Locomotion on the water surface: propulsive mechanisms of the fisher spider
R Suter, O Rosenberg, S Loeb, J Long
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (19), 2523-2538, 1997
1071997
Evolution of behavior and neural control of the fast‐start escape response
ME Hale, JH Long Jr, MJ McHenry, MW Westneat
Evolution 56 (5), 993-1007, 2002
992002
Mechanics of the fast-start: muscle function and the role of intramuscular pressure in the escape behavior of Amia calva and Polypterus palmas
MW Westneat, ME Hale, MJ McHenry, JH Long
Journal of Experimental Biology 201 (22), 3041-3055, 1998
971998
Undulatory swimming: how traveling waves are produced and modulated in sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus)
J Long, M Mchenry, N Boetticher
Journal of experimental biology 192 (1), 129-145, 1994
831994
The vertebrate body axis: evolution and mechanical function
TJ Koob, JH Long
American Zoologist 40 (1), 1-018, 2000
822000
Stiffness and damping forces in the intervertebral joints of blue marlin (Makaira nigricans)
JH Long
Journal of Experimental Biology 162 (1), 131-155, 1992
791992
Force transmission via axial tendons in undulating fish: a dynamic analysis
JH Long Jr, B Adcock, RG Root
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2002
782002
Biomimetic evolutionary analysis: testing the adaptive value of vertebrate tail stiffness in autonomous swimming robots
JH Long, TJ Koob, K Irving, K Combie, V Engel, N Livingston, A Lammert, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (23), 4732-4746, 2006
722006
Morphology, mechanics, and locomotion: the relation between the notochord and swimming motions in sturgeon
JH Long
Environmental Biology of Fishes 44 (1), 199-211, 1995
721995
The notochord of hagfish Myxine glutinosa: visco-elastic properties and mechanical functions during steady swimming
JH Long, M Koob-Emunds, B Sinwell, TJ Koob
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (24), 3819-3831, 2002
592002
Darwin's devices: what evolving robots can teach us about the history of life and the future of technology
J Long
Basic Books, 2012
562012
Fish out of water: terrestrial jumping by fully aquatic fishes
AC Gibb, MA Ashley‐Ross, CM Pace, JH Long Jr
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2011
542011
Skin and bones, sinew and gristle: the mechanical behavior of fish skeletal tissues
AP Summers, JH Long Jr
Fish physiology 23, 141-177, 2005
542005
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