Joanne C. Gordon
Joanne C. Gordon
PhD and Veterinary Surgeon, Structure and Motion Lab, Royal Veterinary College
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How do treadmill speed and terrain visibility influence neuromuscular control of guinea fowl locomotion?
JC Gordon, JW Rankin, MA Daley
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (19), 3010-3022, 2015
172015
Capillaria hepatica (syn Calodium hepaticum) in primates in a zoological collection in the UK
R Pizzi, JC Gordon, EJ Flach, AD Routh, B Clark, WSJ Boardman
Veterinary Record 163 (23), 690-691, 2008
142008
Understanding the agility of running birds: sensorimotor and mechanical factors in avian bipedal locomotion
MA Daley
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (5), 884-893, 2018
62018
Plantar pressure distribution of ostrich during locomotion on loose sand and solid ground
R Zhang, D Han, S Ma, G Luo, Q Ji, S Xue, M Yang, J Li
PeerJ 5, e3613, 2017
32017
Tuning of feedforward control enables stable muscle force length dynamics after loss of autogenic proprioceptive feedback
JC Gordon, NC Holt, AA Biewener, MA Daley
bioRxiv, 851626, 2019
2019
Intrinsic muscle dynamics power stability in the absence of autogenic proprioceptive feedback
JC Gordon, JA Carr, AA Biewener, MA Daley
Integrative and Comparative Biology 56, E77-E77, 2016
2016
The influence of sensory information and terrain context: the neuromuscular control of bipedal locomotion in ground birds
JC Gordon
Royal Veterinary College (University of London), 2015
2015
How do movement speed and terrain visibility influence neuromuscular control of bipedal locomotion?
JC Gordon, JW Rankin, AM Wilson, MA Daley
Integrative and Comparative Biology 54, E76-E76, 2014
2014
Guinea fowl running in rough terrain with reduced proprioceptive feedback
JC Gordon, MA Daley, J Carr, NC Holt, AA Biewener
Integrative and Comparative Biology 54, E281-E281, 2014
2014
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