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Special Issue: A Century of Comparative Biomechanics: Emerging and Historical Perspectives on an Interdisciplinary Field

COMMENTARY

JEB: 100 years of discovery

Summary: Studying joint mobility, the set of all configurations that a joint can passively assume, can empower us to better tackle investigations of articular form–function relationships.

REVIEW

JEB: 100 years of discovery

Summary: This Review traces the evolution of technology in kinematic measurements over the past century and considers how those changes have influenced the nature of articles published in JEB.

RESEARCH ARTICLE

JEB: 100 years of discovery

Summary: Significant diversity in the length–force relationships of obliquely striated muscle, both within and between taxa, calls into question long-held assumptions about the factors that favored the evolution of oblique striation.

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