Andrew Biewener
Andrew Biewener
Lyman Professor of Biology, Department of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
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Scaling body support in mammals: limb posture and muscle mechanics
AA Biewener
Science 245 (4913), 45-48, 1989
8381989
Animal locomotion
A Biewener, S Patek
Oxford University Press, 2018
7442018
Biomechanics of mammalian terrestrial locomotion
AA Biewener
Science 250 (4984), 1097-1103, 1990
5951990
Bipedal locomotion: effects of speed, size and limb posture in birds and humans
SM Gatesy, AA Biewener
Journal of Zoology 224 (1), 127-147, 1991
4651991
Allometry of quadrupedal locomotion: the scaling of duty factor, bone curvature and limb orientation to body size
AA Biewener
Journal of experimental Biology 105 (1), 147-171, 1983
4591983
Energetics and mechanics of human running on surfaces of different stiffnesses
AE Kerdok, AA Biewener, TA McMahon, PG Weyand, HM Herr
Journal of applied physiology, 2002
4452002
Muscle and tendon contributions to force, work, and elastic energy savings: a comparative perspective.
AA Biewener, TJ Roberts
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 28 (3), 99-107, 2000
3992000
Bone strain: a determinant of gait and speed?
AA Biewener, CR Taylor
Journal of experimental Biology 123 (1), 383-400, 1986
3621986
Biomechanical consequences of scaling
AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (9), 1665-1676, 2005
3372005
Bone strength in small mammals and bipedal birds: do safety factors change with body size?
AA Biewener
Journal of experimental Biology 98 (1), 289-301, 1982
3101982
Muscle mechanical advantage of human walking and running: implications for energy cost
AA Biewener, CT Farley, TJ Roberts, M Temaner
Journal of applied physiology 97 (6), 2266-2274, 2004
2922004
Bone curvature: sacrificing strength for load predictability?
JEA Bertram, AA Biewener
Journal of theoretical biology 131 (1), 75-92, 1988
2691988
In vivo muscle force-length behavior during steady-speed hopping in tammar wallabies.
AA Biewener, DD Konieczynski, RV Baudinette
The Journal of experimental biology 201 (11), 1681-1694, 1998
2621998
Muscle-tendon stresses and elastic energy storage during locomotion in the horse
AA Biewener
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 1998
2581998
Bone stress in the horse forelimb during locomotion at different gaits: a comparison of two experimental methods
AA Biewener, J Thomason, A Goodship, LE Lanyon
Journal of biomechanics 16 (8), 565-576, 1983
2561983
Neuromechanics: an integrative approach for understanding motor control
K Nishikawa, AA Biewener, P Aerts, AN Ahn, HJ Chiel, MA Daley, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 47 (1), 16-54, 2007
2502007
Three-dimensional kinematics of hummingbird flight
BW Tobalske, DR Warrick, CJ Clark, DR Powers, TL Hedrick, GA Hyder, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (13), 2368-2382, 2007
2472007
Comparative power curves in bird flight
BW Tobalske, TL Hedrick, KP Dial, AA Biewener
Nature 421 (6921), 363-366, 2003
2332003
Running stability is enhanced by a proximo-distal gradient in joint neuromechanical control
MA Daley, G Felix, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (3), 383-394, 2007
2262007
Running over rough terrain reveals limb control for intrinsic stability
MA Daley, AA Biewener
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (42), 15681-15686, 2006
2262006
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