Andrew J. Clark

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Clemson Clemson, Clemson, SC, United States 
Area:
Hagfish feeding
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Adam P. Summers grad student 2004-2009 UC Irvine
 (The biomechanics of feeding in hagfishes.)
Timothy E. Higham post-doc 2009-2010 Clemson University
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Kennedy EBL, Patel RP, Perez CP, et al. (2020) Comparative biomechanics of hagfish skins: diversity in material, morphology, and movement. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 145: 125888
Clark AJ, Crawford CH, King BD, et al. (2016) Material Properties of Hagfish Skin, with Insights into Knotting Behaviors. The Biological Bulletin. 230: 243-56
Uyeno TA, Clark AJ. (2015) Muscle Articulations: Flexible Jaw Joints Made of Soft Tissues. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 55: 193-204
Clark AJ, Triblehorn JD. (2014) Mechanical properties of the cuticles of three cockroach species that differ in their wind-evoked escape behavior. Peerj. 2: e501
Clark AJ, Summers AP. (2012) Ontogenetic scaling of the morphology and biomechanics of the feeding apparatus in the Pacific hagfish Eptatretus stoutii. Journal of Fish Biology. 80: 86-99
Clark AJ, Higham TE. (2011) Slipping, sliding and stability: locomotor strategies for overcoming low-friction surfaces. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 214: 1369-78
Fuller PO, Higham TE, Clark AJ. (2011) Posture, speed, and habitat structure: three-dimensional hindlimb kinematics of two species of padless geckos. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 114: 104-12
Clark AJ, Maravilla EJ, Summers AP. (2010) A soft origin for a forceful bite: motor patterns of the feeding musculature in Atlantic hagfish, Myxine glutinosa. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 113: 259-68
Clark AJ, Summers AP. (2009) Biomechanics: Serpentine steps. Nature. 459: 919-20
Britt EJ, Clark AJ, Bennett AF. (2009) Dental morphologies in gartersnakes (Thamnophis) and their connection to dietary preferences Journal of Herpetology. 43: 252-259
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