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COMPARATIVE O'Leary, Maureen A.; Uhen, Mark D. The time of origin of whales and the role of behavioral changes in the terrestrial-aquatic transition. Paleobiology, v. 25, n. 4, (Fall, 1999.): 534-556.
Swaddle, John P.; Williams, Emma V.; Rayner, Jeremy M. V. The effect of simulated flight feather moult on escape take-off performance in starlings. Journal of Avian Biology, v. 30, n. 4, (Dec., 1999.): 351-358.
Schliemann, Harald; Schlosser-Sturm, Evelyn. The shoulder joint of the Chiroptera - Morphological features and functional significance. Zoologischer Anzeiger, v. 238, n. 1-2, (Aug., 1999.): 75-86.
Yu, Sung-Nien; Crago, Patrick E.; Chiel, Hillel J. Biomechanical properties and a kinetic simulation model of the smooth muscle I2 in the buccal mass of Aplysia. Biological Cybernetics, v. 81, n. 5-6, (Nov., 1999.): 505-513.
Thoroughman, Kurt A.; Shadmehr, Reza. Electromyographic correlates of learning an internal model of reaching movements. Journal of Neuroscience, v. 19, n. 19, (Oct. 1, 1999.): 8573-8588.
Reinkensmeyer, David J.; Schmit, Brian D.; Rymer, William Z. Assessment of active and passive restraint during guided reaching after chronic brain injury. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.): 805-814.
Cox, Karin A.; Alipour, Fariborz; Titze, Ingo R. Geometric structure of the human and canine cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscles for biomechanical applications. Annals of Otology Rhinology & Laryngology, v. 108, n. 12, (Dec., 1999.): 1151-1158.
Zeitels, Steven M.; Hillman, Robert E.; Desloge, Rosemary B.; Bunting, Glen A. Cricothyroid subluxation: A new innovation for enhancing the voice with laryngoplastic phonosurgery. Annals of Otology Rhinology & Laryngology, v. 108, n. 12, (Dec., 1999.):1126-1131.
Huddleston Slater, J. J. R.; Visscher, C. M.; Lobbezoo, F.; Naeije, M. The intra-articular distance within the TMJ during free and loaded closing movements. Journal of Dental Research, v. 78, n. 12, (Dec., 1999.): 1815-1820.
ERGONOMICS Duma, Stefan M.; Rudd, Rodney W.; Crandall, Jeff R. A protocol system for testing biohazardous materials in an impact biomechanics research facility. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, v. 60, n. 5, (Sept.-Oct., 1999.): 629-634.
ORTHOPEDICS Fu, Freddie H.; Bennett, Craig H.; Lattermann, Christian; Ma, C. Benjamin. Current trends in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Part 1: Biology and biomechanics of reconstruction. American Journal of Sports Medicine, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.):821-830.
Yamanaka, Masanori; Yasuda, Kazunori; Tohyama, Harukazu; Nakano, Hideaki; Wada, Tatuhiko. The effect of cyclic displacement on the biomechanical characteristics of anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions. American Journal of Sports Medicine, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.):772-777.
Shors, Edwin Clayton. Coralline bone graft substitutes. Orthopedic Clinics of North America, v. 30, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 599-613.
Boyce, Todd; Edwards, Jean; Scarborough, Nelson. Allograft bone: The influence of processing on safety and performance. Orthopedic Clinics of North America, v. 30, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 571-581.
Davy, Dwight T. Biomechanical issues in bone transplantation. Orthopedic Clinics of North America, v. 30, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 553-563.
Stadelmaier, Denise M.; Lowe, Walter R.; Ilahi, Omer A.; Noble, Philip C.; Kohl, Harold W.,. Cyclic pull-out strength of hamstring tendon graft fixation with soft tissue interference screws. Influence of screw length. American Journal of Sports Medicine, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.):778-783.
Zhang Yi; Zhang Jian-Guo; Yu Guang-Yan; Liu Ling; Zhao Fu-Yun; Zhong Guo-Cheng. Reconstruction plates to bridge mandibular defects: A clinical and experimental investigation in biomechanical aspects. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, v. 28, n. 6, (Dec., 1999.): 445-450.
Ozer, A. Fahir; Oktenoglu, B. Tunc; Sarioglu, Ali Cetin. A new surgical technique: Open-window corpectomy in the treatment of ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament and advanced cervical spondylosis: Technical note. Neurosurgery (Baltimore), v. 45, n. 6, (Dec., 1999.): 1481-1486.
Roy, Partha; Petroll, W. M.; Chuong, C. J.; Cavanagh, H. D.; Jester, J. V. Effect of cell migration on the maintenance of tension on a collagen matrix. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.):721-730.
Bliziotes, M.; McLoughlin, S.; Gunness, M.; Fumagalli, F.; Jones, S. R.;Caron, M. G. Bone histomorphometric and biomechanical abnormalities in mice homozygous for deletion of the dopamine transporter gene. Bone (New York), v. 26, n. 1, (Jan. , 2000.): 15-19.
Guilak, Farshid; Ting-Beall, H. Ping; Baer, Anthony E.; Trickey, Wendy R.; Erickson, Geoffrey R.; Setton, Lori A. Viscoelastic properties of intervertebral disc cells: Identification of two biomechanically distinct cell populations. Spine, v. 24, n. 23, (Dec. 1, 1999.): 2475-2483.
Sato, Katsuhiko; Kikuchi, Shinichi; Yonezawa, Takumi. In vivo intradiscal pressure measurement in healthy individuals and in patients with ongoing back problems. Spine, v. 24, n. 23, (Dec. 1, 1999.): 2468-2474.
Gedalia, Uri; Solomonow, Moshe; Zhou, Bing-He; Baratta, Richard V.; Lu, Yun; Harris, Mitchel. Biomechanics of increased exposure to lumbar injury caused by cyclic loading: Part 2. Recovery of reflexive muscular stability with rest. Spine, v. 24, n. 23, (Dec. 1, 1999.): 2461-2467.
Solomonow, Moshe; Zhou, Bing-He; Baratta, Richard V.; Lu, Yun; Harris,Mitchel. Biomechanics of increased exposure to lumbar injury caused by cyclic loading: Part 1. Loss of reflexive muscular stabilization. Spine, v. 24, n. 23, (Dec. 1, 1999.): 2426-2434.
Gilbertson, Lars G.; Doehring, Todd C.; Livesay, Glen A.; Rudy, Theodore W.; Kang, James D.; Woo, Savio L.-Y. Improvement of accuracy in a high-capacity, six degree-of-freedom load cell: Application to robotic testing of musculoskeletal joints. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, v. 27, n. 6, (Nov.-Dec., 1999.): 839-843.
Brockmeyer, Douglas. Down syndrome and craniovertebral instability: Topic review and treatment recommendations. Pediatric Neurosurgery, v. 31, n. 2, (Aug., 1999.): 71-77.
PICK OF THE WEEK Has anybody else had trouble lately with slow journal referees? Fortunately, scientists are using a good model system to study the problem:
Menzel, Charles R. Recall and reporting of hidden objects by a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) after extended delays. Journal of Comparative Psychology, v. 113, n. 4, (Dec., 1999.): 426-434.