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THE EFFECT OF SIZE AND SWIMMING SPEED ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS OF RAINBOW TROUT

THE EFFECT OF SIZE AND SWIMMING SPEED ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS OF RAINBOW TROUT,P. W. WEBB,P. T. KOSTECKI

THE EFFECT OF SIZE AND SWIMMING SPEED ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS OF RAINBOW TROUT   (Citations: 50)
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SUMMARY 1. During swimming at constant speed the frequency (/), amplitude (a) and depth (d) of the tail trailing edge, and the length of the propulsive wave (A) were measured for rainbow trout ranging in total length (L) from 5-5 to 56-0 cm. Fish were tested in a water flume using increasing velocity tests to sample a range of swimming speeds, V. 2. A was independent of V and related to size by: A-1-43L 08 3
Published in 1984.
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