SICB 2017 Meeting, New Orleans, LA, January 4-8, 2017

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Session Listing

Session 16

Elastic Mechanisms
Day: Thursday, Jan. 5, 10:00-12:00
Room: 215-216

Chairs: Manny Azizi, Jeffrey Olberding

DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title 
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
10:00  215-216  16-1 ROSARIO, MV*; SUTTON, GP; PATEK, SN; SAWICKI, GSThe springs of time-limited bullfrog jumps and slow-preparation grasshopper leaps are tuned to their muscle dynamics  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
10:15  215-216  16-2 YAWAR, A*; KORPAS, LM; LUGO-BOLANOS, M; MANDRE, S; VENKADESAN, MBending-stretching coupling in the human foot: Role of the transverse arch  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
10:30  215-216  16-3 ABBOTT, EM*; AZIZI, E; ABBOTT, EmilyWhen springs have sprung: tendon recoil rates at different temperatures  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
10:45  215-216  16-4 RANKIN, JW*; BLASDELL, K; MCGOWAN, CPNew Insights Into the Hill-type Muscle Model: A Comparison Between Simulated and Directly Measured Muscle Fiber Length Changes During Jumping in Kangaroo Rats  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
11:00  215-216  16-5 OLBERDING, JP*; DEBAN, SMThe interaction of scale and temperature in elastically powered movements  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
11:15  215-216  16-6 PATEK, S.N.*; AZIZI, M.; BHAMLA, M.S.; COX, S.; ILTON, M.; KIM, Y.; KOH, J.; KUO, J.; MA, X.; PRAKASH, M.; SUTTON, G.P.; TEMEL, Z.Extreme power amplification in biological systems  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
11:30  215-216  16-7 KUO, C-Y*; RUTA, A; THOMPSON, C; PATEK, SNExtreme asymmetry in the energy transfer rate of trap-jaw ant mandibles  
 Thursday, Jan. 5  16
Elastic Mechanisms
11:45  215-216  16-8 DEBAN, SM*; BLOOM, SV; O'DONNELL, MK; OLBERDING, JP; STINSON, CM; SCALES, JAEvolution of a high performance and functionally robust musculoskeletal system  




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