The Morphology Of The Masticatory Apparatus Facilitates Muscle Force Production At Wide Jaw Gapes In Tree-gouging Common Marmosets (callithrix Jacchus)

Title

The Morphology Of The Masticatory Apparatus Facilitates Muscle Force Production At Wide Jaw Gapes In Tree-gouging Common Marmosets (callithrix Jacchus)

Creator

Eng C M; Ward S R; Vinyard C J; Taylor A B

Publisher

Journal of Experimental Biology

Date

2009
2009-12

Subject

3-dimensional mathematical-model; bite forces; biting; common marmosets; cross-sectional area; efficiency; fiber architecture; fiber length; jaw gape; Life Sciences & Biomedicine - Other Topics; masseter; masseter muscle; masticatory mechanics; muscle architecture; opening index; physiological; range; rhesus-monkey; sarcomere length operating; sarcomere-length; skeletal-muscle; superficial masseter; temporalis; tree gouging

Identifier

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

4040-4055

Issue

24

Volume

212

Citation

Eng C M; Ward S R; Vinyard C J; Taylor A B, “The Morphology Of The Masticatory Apparatus Facilitates Muscle Force Production At Wide Jaw Gapes In Tree-gouging Common Marmosets (callithrix Jacchus),” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed June 20, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9432.

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