Items where Author is "Reeve, M A"

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Wilshin, S and Reeve, M A and Reeve, G and Haynes, C and Revzen, S and Koditschek, D E and Spence, A J (2017) Longitudinal quasi-static stability predicts changes in dog gait on rough terrain. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 220. pp. 1864-1874.

Reeve, M A (2016) Leaf-footed bugs choose to lose legs. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 72. pp. 2968-2969.

Reeve, M A (2016) Monkeys alter tool use for different tasks. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 219 (13). pp. 1936-1937.

Reeve, M A (2016) Spiders move like ants to fool predators. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 219 (7). p. 908.

Reeve, M A (2016) Big consequences of small changes for stroke sufferers. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 219 (1). p. 3.

Wilshin, S D and Haynes, G C and Reeve, M A and Revzen, S and Spence, A J (2012) HOW IS DOG GAIT AFFECTED BY NATURAL ROUGH TERRAIN. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 52. p. 198.

Conference or Workshop Item

Reeve, M A and Wilshin, S D and Spence, A J (2014) DOG GAIT ON ROUGH TERRAIN: WHEN DOES STATIC STABILITY MATTER? In: UNSPECIFIED.

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