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These two fit together under the sub-title: Biomechanics reflects the problems of the modern world.
Fisher, Mark D.; Reddy, Vikram R.; Williams, Freddie M.; Lin, Kant Y.; Thacker, John G.; Edlich, Richard F. Biomechanical performance of latex and non-latex double-glove systems. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, v. 48, n. 6, (1999.): 797-806.
Chadwick, E. K. J.; Nicol, A. C.; Lane, J. V.; Gray, T. G. F. Biomechanics of knife stab attacks. Forensic Science International, v. 105, n. 1, (Oct. 25, 1999.): 35-44.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL Kramer, Patricia Ann. Modelling the locomotor energetics of extinct hominids. Journal of Experimental Biology, v. 202, n. 20, (Oct., 1999.): 2807-2818.
ORTHOPEDICS Kobayashi, S.; Shimizu, T.; Mehdi, R.; Nawata, M.; Kojima, S.; Tsutsumimoto, T.; Iorio, R.; Takaoka, K. Advantages of concurrent use of anabolic and antiresorptive agents over single use of these agents in increasing trabecular bone volume, connectivity, and biomechanical competence of rat vertebrae. Bone (New York), v. 25, n. 6, (Dec., 1999.): 703-712.
Bernardis, L. L.; Medige, J.; Gillespie, R.; Wu, H.; Ziv, I. The lateral hypothalamic syndrome in the weanling rat: Bone geometry and biomechanics. Physiology & Behavior, v. 67, n. 5, (Nov., 1999.): 799-802.
Hogan, H. A.; Groves, J. A.; Sampson, H. W. Long-term alcohol consumption in the rat affects femur cross-sectional geometry and bone tissue material properties. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, v. 23, n. 11, (Nov., 1999.): 1825-1833.
Ebbesen, E. N.; Thomsen, J. S.; Beck-Nielsen, H.; Nepper-Rasmussen, H. J.; Mosekilde, Li. Lumbar vertebral body compressive strength evaluated by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, quantitative computed tomography, and ashing. Bone (New York), v. 25, n. 6, (Dec., 1999.): 713-724.
Horikoshi, T.; Endo, N.; Uchiyama, T.; Tanizawa, T.; Takahashi, H. E. Peripheral quantitative computed tomography of the femoral neck in 60 Japanese women. Calcified Tissue International, v. 65, n. 6, (Dec., 1999.): 447-453.
COMPARATIVE Skrovan, Randolph C.; Williams, T. M.; Berry, P. S.; Moore, P. W.; Davis, R.W. The diving physiology of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus): II. Biomechanics and changes in buoyancy at depth. Journal of Experimental Biology, v. 202, n. 20, (Oct., 1999.): 2749-2761.
Gerstner, Cynthia L. Maneuverability of four species of coral-reef fish that differ in body and pectoral-fin morphology. Canadian Journal of Zoology, v. 77, n. 7, (July, 1999.): 1102-1110.
Suter, Robert B.; Wildman, Horatio. Locomotion on the water surface: Hydrodynamic constraints on rowing velocity require a gait change. Journal of Experimental Biology, v. 202, n. 20, (Oct., 1999.): 2771-2785.
Iwaniuk, Andrew N.; Pellis, Sergio M.; Whishaw, Ian Q. The relationship between forelimb morphology and behaviour in North American carnivores (Carnivora). Canadian Journal of Zoology, v. 77, n. 7, (July, 1999.): 1064-1074.
Srygley, Robert B.; Ellington, C. P. Discrimination of flying mimetic, passion-vine butterflies Heliconius. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B, v. 266, n. 1434, (Nov. 7, 1999.): 2137-2140.
Stoner, Allan W.; Bejda, Allen J.; Manderson, John P.; Phelan, Beth A.; Stehlik, Linda L.; Pessutti, Jeffrey P. Behavior of winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, during the reproductive season: Laboratory and field observations on spawning, feeding, and locomotion. Fishery Bulletin (Washington D C), v. 97, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 999-1016.
ERGONOMICS Marras, W. S.; Davis, K. G.; Kirking, B. C.; Granata, K. P. Spine loading and trunk kinematics during team lifting. Ergonomics, v. 42, n. 10, (Oct., 1999.): 1258-1273.
ON A LIGHTER NOTE this one came up on a different search run for keyword "muscle" biomechanics hard at work to improve your hamburger.
Jeremiah, LE; Gibson, LL; Cunningham, B. The influence of mechanical tenderization on the palatability of certain bovine muscles. FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL, 1999, V32 N8:585-591.