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The hydrodynamics of swimming microorganisms

Eric Lauga, Thomas R Powers
2009 Reports on progress in physics (Print)  
Then we review classical theoretical work on cell motility: early calculations of the speed of a swimmer with prescribed stroke, and the application of resistive-force theory and slender-body theory to  ...  artificial swimmers, and the optimization of locomotion strategies.  ...  A human swimmer in water can coast for a couple of meters.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0034-4885/72/9/096601 fatcat:7rlnnebvu5bzrml3rebos322ku


1995 American Zoologist  
Only one isomorph of each dHH and Mil reacted mainly with the anti-L A b , whereas the other Isoraorph of each hormone was recognized mainly by the anti-D A b .  ...  Lead, a potent ncurotoxin, has been associated with learning deficits as well as alterations in CNS ncurotransmiltcrs such as serotonin and norcpincphnnc.  ...  The amphicoelus joint space is filled with a peripheral layer of ceH-dense hyaline cartilage that surrounds a remnant of the notochord.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/35.5.1 fatcat:dsk4lhapgvfbfjxrr2b22z4b2a