Jeffrey P Olberding
Jeffrey P Olberding
University of California, Irvine
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Performance and three-dimensional kinematics of bipedal lizards during obstacle negotiation
JP Olberding, LD McBrayer, TE Higham
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (2), 247-255, 2012
242012
Beyond power amplification: latch-mediated spring actuation is an emerging framework for the study of diverse elastic systems
SJ Longo, SM Cox, E Azizi, M Ilton, JP Olberding, R St Pierre, SN Patek
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (15), jeb197889, 2019
172019
Effects of temperature and force requirements on muscle work and power output
JP Olberding, SM Deban
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (11), 2017
142017
Limb segment contributions to the evolution of hind limb length in phrynosomatid lizards
JP Olberding, A Herrel, TE Higham, T Garland Jr
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 117 (4), 775-795, 2016
82016
Modeling the determinants of mechanical advantage during jumping: consequences for spring-and muscle-driven movement
JP Olberding, SM Deban, MV Rosario, E Azizi
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (6), 1515-1524, 2019
72019
Evolution of a high-performance and functionally robust musculoskeletal system in salamanders
SM Deban, JA Scales, SV Bloom, CM Easterling, MK O’Donnell, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (19), 10445-10454, 2020
52020
Why do large animals never actuate their jumps with latch-mediated springs? Because they can jump higher without them
GP Sutton, E Mendoza, E Azizi, SJ Longo, JP Olberding, M Ilton, SN Patek
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (6), 1609-1618, 2019
42019
Movements of vastly different performance have similar underlying muscle physiology
JP Olberding, JA Scales, SM Deban
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (2), jeb166900, 2018
42018
Scaling of work and power in a locomotor muscle of a frog
JP Olberding, SM Deban
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (4), 623-634, 2018
32018
Surface shape affects the three-dimensional exploratory movements of nocturnal arboreal snakes
BC Jayne, JP Olberding, D Athreya, MA Riley
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 198 (12), 905-913, 2012
32012
Playing with power: mechanisms of energy flow in organismal movement
MV Rosario, JP Olberding, SM Deban
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (6), 1511-1514, 2019
12019
Why don't large animals exclusively use springs to jump? Because they can jump higher without them
G Sutton, E Mendoza, E Azizi, S Longo, J Olberding, M Ilton, S Patek
Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2019
12019
The mechanical puzzle of crush-resistant beetles
J Olberding
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), 2021
2021
Thermal robustness of biomechanical processes
JP Olberding, SM Deban
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), 2021
2021
Corrigendum to: Why do Large Animals Never Actuate Their Jumps with Latch Mediated Springs? Because They can Jump Higher Without Them
GP Sutton, E Mendoza, E Azizi, SJ Longo, JP Olberding, M Ilton, SN Patek
Integrative and Comparative Biology 60 (6), 1567, 2020
2020
Limits and Losses: the Power of Recoiling Biological Springs
JP Olberding, M Ilton, AJ Crosby, E Azizi
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E177-E177, 2020
2020
Beyond power amplification: new insights from latch-mediated spring actuation (LaMSA)
SJ Longo, SM Cox, E Azizi, M Ilton, JP Olberding, R St Pierre, SN Patek
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E144-E144, 2020
2020
Temperature dependence of elastic recoil mediated by a mechanical advantage latch
E Mendoza, JP Olberding, E Azizi
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E160-E160, 2020
2020
Energy flow in elastic structures: not so unusual
JP Olberding, E Azizi, SM Deban, M Rosario
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E173-E173, 2019
2019
Digging into the burrowing kinematics of Hurter's spadefoot toad
T Movsesyan, KK Stover, JP Olberding, E Azizi
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E374-E374, 2019
2019
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