Ariel Camp
Ariel Camp
Research Fellow, University of Liverpool
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Swimming muscles power suction feeding in largemouth bass
AL Camp, TJ Roberts, EL Brainerd
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (28), 8690-8695, 2015
Role of axial muscles in powering mouth expansion during suction feeding in largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides)
AL Camp, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (8), 1333-1345, 2014
Reevaluating musculoskeletal linkages in suction-feeding fishes with X-ray reconstruction of moving morphology (XROMM)
AL Camp, EL Brainerd
Integrative and comparative biology 55 (1), 36-47, 2015
Fluoromicrometry: a method for measuring muscle length dynamics with biplanar videofluoroscopy
AL Camp, HC Astley, AM Horner, TJ Roberts, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2016
The opercular mouth-opening mechanism of largemouth bass functions as a 3D four-bar linkage with three degrees of freedom
AM Olsen, AL Camp, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (24), 4612-4623, 2017
Bluegill sunfish use high power outputs from axial muscles to generate powerful suction-feeding strikes
AL Camp, TJ Roberts, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (11), jeb178160, 2018
Channel catfish use higher coordination to capture prey than to swallow
AM Olsen, LP Hernández, AL Camp, EL Brainerd
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1901), 20190507, 2019
Dual function of the pectoral girdle for feeding and locomotion in white-spotted bamboo sharks
AL Camp, B Scott, EL Brainerd, CD Wilga
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1859), 20170847, 2017
Effect of nursery habitat on density-dependent habitat selection in juvenile flatfish
AL Camp, CH Ryer, B Laurel, K Seals
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 404 (1-2), 15-20, 2011
Functional morphology and biomechanics of the tongue‐bite apparatus in salmonid and osteoglossomorph fishes
AL Camp, N Konow, CPJ Sanford
Journal of anatomy 214 (5), 717-728, 2009
Axial morphology and 3D neurocranial kinematics in suction-feeding fishes
YE Jimenez, AL Camp, JD Grindall, EL Brainerd
Biology Open 7 (9), bio036335, 2018
Congruence between muscle activity and kinematics in a convergently derived prey-processing behavior
N Konow, AL Camp, CPJ Sanford
American Zoologist 48 (2), 246-260, 2008
Fishes can use axial muscles as anchors or motors for powerful suction feeding
AL Camp, AM Olsen, LP Hernandez, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (18), jeb225649, 2020
An XROMM study of food transport and swallowing in channel catfish
HI Weller, AM Olsen, AL Camp, AR Manafzadeh, LP Hernandez, ...
Integrative Organismal Biology 2 (1), obaa018, 2020
What fish can teach us about the feeding functions of postcranial muscles and joints
AL Camp
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (2), 383-393, 2019
A neck-like vertebral motion in fish
AL Camp
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1957), 20211091, 2021
Intra-oropharyngeal food transport and swallowing in white-spotted bamboo sharks
NMME van Meer, HI Weller, AR Manafzadeh, EB Kaczmarek, B Scott, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (22), jeb201426, 2019
Functional morphology of vertebrate feeding systems: new insights from XROMM and fluoromicrometry
EL Brainerd, AL Camp
Feeding in vertebrates: Evolution, morphology, behavior, biomechanics, 21-44, 2019
Emerging biological insights enabled by high-resolution 3D motion data: promises, perspectives and pitfalls
P Provini, AL Camp, KE Crandell
Journal of Experimental Biology 226 (Suppl_1), jeb245138, 2023
Royal knifefish generate powerful suction feeding through large neurocranial elevation and high epaxial muscle power
EY Li, EB Kaczmarek, AM Olsen, EL Brainerd, AL Camp
Journal of Experimental Biology 225 (11), jeb244294, 2022
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