Nicholas Gidmark
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Bite force is limited by the force–length relationship of skeletal muscle in black carp, Mylopharyngodon piceus
NJ Gidmark, N Konow, E LoPresti, EL Brainerd
Biology letters 9 (2), 20121181, 2013
Localization of magnetic pills
B Laulicht, NJ Gidmark, A Tripathi, E Mathiowitz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (6), 2252-2257, 2011
Convergence in morphology and masticatory function between the pharyngeal jaws of grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, and oral jaws of amniote herbivores
NJ Gidmark, JC Tarrant, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (11), 1925-1932, 2014
Flexibility in starting posture drives flexibility in kinematic behavior of the kinethmoid-mediated premaxillary protrusion mechanism in a cyprinid fish, Cyprinus carpio
NJ Gidmark, KL Staab, EL Brainerd, LP Hernandez
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (13), 2262-2272, 2012
Dynamic musculoskeletal functional morphology: integrating diceCT and XROMM
CP Orsbon, NJ Gidmark, CF Ross
The Anatomical Record 301 (2), 378-406, 2018
Locomotory transition from water to sand and its effects on undulatory kinematics in sand lances (Ammodytidae)
NJ Gidmark, JA Strother, JM Horton, AP Summers, EL Brainerd
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (4), 657-664, 2011
Determinants of aponeurosis shape change during muscle contraction
CJ Arellano, NJ Gidmark, N Konow, E Azizi, TJ Roberts
Journal of biomechanics 49 (9), 1812-1817, 2016
Functional morphology of durophagy in black carp, Mylopharyngodon piceus
NJ Gidmark, C Taylor, E LoPresti, E Brainerd
Journal of morphology 276 (12), 1422-1432, 2015
Evidence of a tunable biological spring: elastic energy storage in aponeuroses varies with transverse strain in vivo
CJ Arellano, N Konow, NJ Gidmark, TJ Roberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1900), 20182764, 2019
Systematics and phylogenetic relationships of Cypriniformes
AM Simons, NJ Gidmark
Gonorynchiformes and Ostariophysan Relationships. Science Publishers …, 2010
Cyprinidae: carps and minnows
NJ Gidmark, AM Simons
Freshwater Fishes of North America. Johns Hopkins University Press …, 2014
A platform for semiautomated voluntary training of common marmosets for behavioral neuroscience
JD Walker, F Pirschel, N Gidmark, JN MacLean, NG Hatsopoulos
Journal of neurophysiology 123 (4), 1420-1426, 2020
Evolution of skeletal and muscular morphology within the functionally integrated lower jaw adduction system of sculpins and relatives (Cottoidei)
AS Roberts, SC Farina, RR Goforth, NJ Gidmark
Zoology 129, 59-65, 2018
Pharyngeal jaws converge by similar means, not to similar ends, when minnows (Cypriniformes: Leuciscidae) adapt to new dietary niches
KM Pos, SC Farina, MA Kolmann, NJ Gidmark
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (2), 432-442, 2019
Functional morphology and biomechanics of feeding in fishes
NJ Gidmark, K Pos, B Matheson, E Ponce, MW Westneat
Feeding in Vertebrates, 297-332, 2019
XROMM and diceCT reveal a hydraulic mechanism of tongue base retraction in swallowing
CP Orsbon, NJ Gidmark, T Gao, CF Ross
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-16, 2020
Build your body (no, seriously, actually make it): integrating 2D-and 3D-maker-culture into a comparative vertebrate anatomy course
NJ Gidmark
Journal of Morphology 280, S35-S35, 2019
Analysis of the Primate “Squeeze‐back” Swallowing Mechanism using X‐ray Reconstruction of Moving Morphology and Fluoromicrometry
CP Orsbon, NJ Gidmark, CF Ross
The FASEB Journal 31, 393.1-393.1, 2017
XROMM analysis of 3D skeletal movement during premaxillary protrusion in common carp
NJ Gidmark, KL Staab, JP Hernandez, EL Brainerd
Integrative and Comparative Biology 49, E62-E62, 2009
Five Fishes, Five Faces: Comparative Functional Morphology of the Feeding Apparatus in Sculpins (Cottoidea)
NL Finley, NJ Gidmark
Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014
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