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Dr Ariel Camp PhD

Tenure-Track Research Fellow Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science


Selected Publications

  1. Dual function of the pectoral girdle for feeding and locomotion in white-spotted bamboo sharks (Journal article - 2017)
  2. Swimming muscles power suction feeding in largemouth bass (Journal article - 2015)
  3. Fluoromicrometry: A Method for Measuring Muscle Length Dynamics with Biplanar Videofluoroscopy (Journal article - 2016)
  4. Axial morphology and 3D neurocranial kinematics in suction-feeding fishes (Journal article - 2018)
  5. Channel catfish use higher coordination to capture prey than to swallow (Journal article - 2019)
  6. A neck-like vertebral motion in fish (Journal article - 2021)
  7. A new conceptual framework for the musculoskeletal biomechanics and physiology of ray-finned fishes (Journal article - 2022)
  8. Royal knifefish generate powerful suction feeding through large neurocranial elevation and high epaxial muscle power (Journal article - 2022)