Richard L. Marsh, Ph.D.

Northeastern University, Boston, MA, United States 
 Brown University, Providence, RI 
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Rummel AD, Swartz SM, Marsh RL. (2023) Thermal Stability of Contractile Proteins in Bat Wing Muscles Explains Differences in Temperature Dependence of Whole-Muscle Shortening Velocity. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 96: 100-105
Marsh RL. (2022) Muscle preactivation and the limits of muscle power output during jumping in Cuban tree frogs Osteopilus septentrionalis. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Rummel AD, Swartz SM, Marsh RL, et al. (2022) A comparison of thermal sensitivities of wing muscle contractile properties from a temperate and tropical bat species. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Jimenez YE, Marsh RL, Brainerd EL. (2021) A biomechanical paradox in fish: swimming and suction feeding produce orthogonal strain gradients in the axial musculature. Scientific Reports. 11: 10334
Rummel AD, Swartz SM, Marsh RL. (2021) A proximal-distal difference in bat wing muscle thermal sensitivity parallels a difference in operating temperatures along the wing. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20210009
Cox SM, Easton KL, Lear MC, et al. (2019) The Interaction of Compliance and Activation on the Force-Length Operating Range and Force Generating Capacity of Skeletal Muscle: A Computational Study using a Guinea Fowl Musculoskeletal Model. Integrative Organismal Biology (Oxford, England). 1: obz022
Roberts TJ, Eng CM, Sleboda DA, et al. (2019) The Multi-Scale, Three-Dimensional Nature of Skeletal Muscle Contraction. Physiology (Bethesda, Md.). 34: 402-408
Rummel AD, Swartz SM, Marsh RL. (2019) Warm bodies, cool wings: regional heterothermy in flying bats. Biology Letters. 15: 20190530
Rummel AD, Swartz SM, Marsh RL. (2018) Low thermal dependence of the contractile properties of a wing muscle in the bat . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Marsh RL. (2016) Speed of sound in muscle for use in sonomicrometry. Journal of Biomechanics
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