Olga Speck

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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
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Poppinga S, Schenck P, Speck O, et al. (2021) Self-Actuated Paper and Wood Models: Low-Cost Handcrafted Biomimetic Compliant Systems for Research and Teaching. Biomimetics (Basel, Switzerland). 6
Masselter T, Speck O, Speck T. (2021) 3D Reticulated Actuator Inspired by Plant Up-Righting Movement Through a Cortical Fiber Network. Biomimetics (Basel, Switzerland). 6
Langer M, Speck T, Speck O. (2021) Petiole-Lamina Transition Zone: A Functionally Crucial but Often Overlooked Leaf Trait. Plants (Basel, Switzerland). 10
Speck O, Speck T. (2021) Functional morphology of plants - a key to biomimetic applications. The New Phytologist
Hone T, Mylo M, Speck O, et al. (2021) Failure mechanisms and bending strength of var. stems. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 18: 20201023
Speck O, Steinhart F, Speck T. (2020) Peak values of twist-to-bend ratio in triangular flower stalks of Carex pendula: a study on biomechanics and functional morphology. American Journal of Botany
Mader A, Langer M, Knippers J, et al. (2020) Learning from plant movements triggered by bulliform cells: the biomimetic cellular actuator. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 17: 20200358
Hesse L, Kampowski T, Leupold J, et al. (2020) Comparative Analyses of the Self-Sealing Mechanisms in Leaves of and (Aizoaceae). International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21
Mylo MD, Krüger F, Speck T, et al. (2020) Self-Repair in Cacti Branches: Comparative Analyses of Their Morphology, Anatomy, and Biomechanics. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21
Wolff-Vorbeck S, Langer M, Speck O, et al. (2019) Twist-to-bend ratio: an important selective factor for many rod-shaped biological structures. Scientific Reports. 9: 17182
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