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Shifts in stability and control effectiveness during evolution of Paraves support aerial maneuvering hypotheses for flight origins

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Jan 13, 2014

Dennis EvangelistaRobert Dudley

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The capacity for aerial maneuvering shaped the evolution of flying animals. Here we evaluate consequences of aviaian morphology for aerial performance1,2 by quantifying static stability and control effectiveness of physical models3 for numerous taxa sampled from within the lineage leadi...read more

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Shifts in stability and control effectiveness during evolution of Paraves support aerial maneuvering hypotheses for flight origins

bioRxiv

Jan 13, 2014

Dennis EvangelistaRobert Dudley

PMID: 990001750

DOI: 10.1101/001750

Abstract

The capacity for aerial maneuvering shaped the evolution of flying animals. Here we evaluate consequences of aviaian morphology for aerial performance1,2 by quantifying static stability and control effectiveness of physical models3 for numerous taxa sampled from within the lineage leadi...read more

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Cerebrovascular Accident
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Aves
Sampling - Surgical Action
Science of Morphology
Enzyme Stability
3
21
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