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Self Davies, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2019) Ground reaction forces of overground galloping in ridden Thoroughbred racehorses. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY.

Self Davies, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2019) External mechanical work in the galloping racehorse. Biology Letters, 1.

Charles, J P and Cappellari, O and Spence, A J and Hutchinson, J R and Wells, D J (2016) Musculoskeletal Geometry, Muscle Architecture and Functional Specialisations of the Mouse Hindlimb. PLoS One, 11 (4).

Charles, J P and Cappellari, O and Spence, A J and Wells, D J and Hutchinson, J R (2016) Muscle moment arms and sensitivity analysis of a mouse hindlimb musculoskeletal model. JOURNAL OF ANATOMY, 229 (4). pp. 514-535.

Mamuneas, D and Spence, A J and Manica, A and King, A J (2015) Bolder stickleback fish make faster decisions, but they are not less accurate. Behavioural Ecology, 26 (1). pp. 91-96.

Wilshin, S D and Starr, J and Clark, G C and Koditschek, D E and Spence, A J (2015) USING A PHYSICAL MODEL TO INVESTIGATE DOG WALKING BEHAVIOUR ON ROUGH TERRAIN. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E200-E200.

Spence, A J and Nicholson-Thomas, G and Lampe, R (2013) Closing the loop in legged neuromechanics: an open-source computer vision controlled treadmill. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS, 215 (2). pp. 164-169.

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.

Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2012) Speed and incline during Thoroughbred horse racing: racehorse speed supports a metabolic power constraint to incline running but not to decline running. Journal of Applied Physiology, 113 (4). pp. 602-607.

Spence, A J and Thurman, A S and Maher, M J and Wilson, A M (2012) Speed, pacing strategy and aerodynamic drafting in Thoroughbred horse racing. Biology Letters, 8 (4). pp. 678-681.

Spence, A J and Hutchinson, J R (2012) A growing size synthesis. CURRENT BIOLOGY, 22 (9). R309-R314.

Byrnes, G and Spence, A J (2011) Ecological and biomechanical insights into the evolution of gliding in mammals. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 51 (6). pp. 991-1001.

Byrnes, G and Libby, T and Lim, N T and Spence, A J (2011) Gliding saves time but not energy in Malayan colugos. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 214 (16). pp. 2690-6.

Parsons, K J and Spence, A J and Morgan, R and Thompson, J A and Wilson, A M (2011) High speed field kinematics of foot contact in elite galloping horses in training. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL, 43 (2). pp. 216-222.

Byrnes, G and Lim, N T L and Yeong, C and Spence, A J (2011) Sex differences in the locomotor ecology of a gliding mammal, the Malayan colugo (Galeopterus variegatus). JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY, 92 (2). pp. 444-451.

Sponberg, S and Spence, A J and Mullens, C H and Full, R J (2011) A single muscle's multifunctional control potential of body dynamics for postural control and running. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 366 (1570). pp. 1592-605.

Spence, A J and Revzen, S and Seipel, J and Mullens, C and Full, R J (2010) Insects running on elastic surfaces. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 213. pp. 1907-1920.

Pfau, T and Spence, A and Starke, S D and Ferrari, M and Wilson, A M (2009) Modern Riding Style Improves Horse Racing Times. SCIENCE, 325 (5938). p. 289.

Spence, A J (2009) Scaling in biology. CURRENT BIOLOGY, 19 (2). R57-R61.

Spence, A J and Tan, H and Wilson, A M (2008) Accuracy of the TurfTrax Racing Data System for determination of equine speed and position. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL, 40 (7). pp. 680-683.

Byrnes, G and Lim, N T L and Spence, A J (2008) Take-off and landing kinetics of a free-ranging gliding mammal, the Malayan colugo (Galeopterus variegatus). PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 275 (1638). pp. 1007-1013.

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.

Byrnes, G and Spence, A J and Martino, B and Hilt, M and Wilson, A M (2014) THE EFFECTS OF GAP DISTANCE AND SUBSTRATE COMPLIANCE ON THE BIOMECHANICS OF JUMPING IN GRAY SQUIRRELS (SCIURUS CAROLINENSIS). In: UNSPECIFIED.

Spence, A J (2013) Fast horses, robots, and neurotechnologies: Discovering how to go fast on legs. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Wilshin, S D and Haynes, G C and Porteous, J and Spence, A J (2012) DESCRIBING GAIT TRANSITIONS AND THE ROLE OF SYMMETRY IN CONTROL. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Liedtke, A M and Moore, S and Witte, T H and Spence, A J (2012) HOW DO ANIMALS WITH LIMITED DISTAL LIMB MUSCULATURE USE SENSORY FEEDBACK DURING LOCOMOTION? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2012) JUMP RACING: DO HORSES SLOW DOWN DUE TO A FORCE LIMIT? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Spence, A J (2011) CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR LEGGED LOCOMOTION: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Wilshin, S D and Kelleher, CN and Byrnes, G and Seipel, J and Spence, A J (2011) DOGS ON SPRINGS: DO TROTTING DOGS ADJUST THEIR VIRTUAL LEG STIFFNESS ON COMPLIANT SURFACES? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Byrnes, G and Spence, A J (2011) ECOLOGICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL INSIGHTS INTO THE ORIGINS OF GLIDING IN MAMMALS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Bowtell, M V and Wilson, A M (2009) DOES RUNNING DOWNHILL AFFECT MAXIMUM SPEED? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Spence, A J and Seipel, J and Revzen, S and Mullens, C and Yeats, K and Full, R J (2009) INSECTS RUNNING ON ELASTIC SURFACES: THE ROLE OF FEEDFORWARD CONTROL. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Byrnes, G and Lim, N and Spence, A J (2009) INTEGRATING LOCOMOTOR MECHANICS AND TRANSPORT COSTS IN A FREE-RANGING GLIDING MAMMAL. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Snarey, R A and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2009) THE KINEMATICS AND KINETICS OF GREY SQUIRREL JUMPING. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Spence, A J and Thurman, A and Maher, M and Wilson, A M (2009) SPEED, STRATEGY, DRAG AND DRAFTING IN THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Other

Willemart, R H and Santer, R D and Spence, A J and Hebets, E A (2011) A sticky situation: solifugids (Arachnida, Solifugae) use adhesive organs on their pedipalps for prey capture. UNSPECIFIED.

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