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LOW COST OF LOCOMOTION INCREASES PERFORMANCE AT LOW TEMPERATURE IN A NOCTURNAL LIZARD
 

Summary: 1
LOW COST OF LOCOMOTION INCREASES PERFORMANCE AT LOW
TEMPERATURE IN A NOCTURNAL LIZARD
KELLAR AUTUMN
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, RANDI B. WEINSTEIN
2
, AND ROBERT J. FULL
2
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Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and
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Department of Integrative Biology, University of
California at Berkeley
Running head: Locomotion at low temperature in a nocturnal lizard
Kellar Autumn, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and Department of Integrative Biology,
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California 94720, phone: 510-642-3567, fax:
510-643-8238, email: gecko@garnet.berkeley.edu
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Key words: energetics, aerobic metabolism, endurance, nocturnality, Reptilia, Sauria, gecko

  

Source: Autumn, Kellar - Department of Biology, Lewis and Clark College

 

Collections: Engineering; Materials Science; Biology and Medicine