François Druelle
François Druelle
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Effect of body mass distribution on the ontogeny of positional behaviors in non‐human primates: Longitudinal follow‐up of infant captive olive baboons (Papio anubis)
F Druelle, P Aerts, G Berillon
American Journal of Primatology 78 (11), 1201-1221, 2016
Compliant legs enable lizards to maintain high running speeds on complex terrains
F Druelle, J Goyens, M Vasilopoulou-Kampitsi, P Aerts
Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (6), jeb195511, 2019
Segmental morphometrics of the olive baboon (Papio anubis): a longitudinal study from birth to adulthood
F Druelle, P Aerts, K d'Août, V Moulin, G Berillon
Journal of Anatomy 230 (6), 805-819, 2017
Bipedalism in non-human primates: a comparative review of behavioural and experimental explorations on catarrhines
F Druelle, G Berillon
Bmsap 26 (3-4), 111-120, 2014
Bipedal behaviour in olive baboons: infants versus adults in a captive environment
F Druelle, G Berillon
Folia primatologica 84 (6), 347-361, 2013
Small vertebrates running on uneven terrain: a biomechanical study of two differently specialised lacertid lizards
F Druelle, J Goyens, M Vasilopoulou-Kampitsi, P Aerts
Scientific reports 9 (1), 16858, 2019
Balancing costs and benefits in primates: ecological and palaeoanthropological views
C Garcia, S Bouret, F Druelle, S Prat
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1819), 20190667, 2021
The origin of bipedality as the result of a developmental by-product: The case study of the olive baboon (Papio anubis)
F Druelle, P Aerts, G Berillon
Journal of human evolution 113, 155-161, 2017
Behavioral implications of ontogenetic changes in intrinsic hand and foot proportions in olive baboons (Papio Anubis)
F Druelle, J Young, G Berillon
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 165 (1), 65-76, 2018
Bipedality from locomotor autonomy to adulthood in captive olive baboon (Papio anubis): Cross‐sectional follow‐up and first insight into the impact of body mass …
F Druelle, P Aerts, G Berillon
American journal of physical anthropology 159 (1), 73-84, 2016
The body center of mass in primates: Is it more caudal than in other quadrupedal mammals?
F Druelle, M Berthet, B Quintard
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 169 (1), 170-178, 2019
Segmental morphometrics of bonobos (Pan paniscus): are they really different from chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)?
F Druelle, K Schoonaert, P Aerts, S Nauwelaerts, JMG Stevens, K d'Août
Journal of Anatomy 233 (6), 843-853, 2018
Intrinsic limb morpho‐dynamics and the early development of interlimb coordination of walking in a quadrupedal primate
F Druelle, G Berillon, P Aerts
Journal of Zoology 301 (3), 235-247, 2017
The quadrupedal walking gait of the olive baboon, Papio anubis: an exploratory study integrating kinematics and EMG
F Druelle, A Supiot, S Meulemans, N Schouteden, P Molina-Vila, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (14), jeb242587, 2021
Impressive Arboreal Gap-Crossing Behaviors in Wild Bonobos, Pan paniscus
F Druelle, P Aerts, JCB Ngawolo, V Narat
International Journal of Primatology 41, 129-140, 2020
Segmental morphometrics of the southern yellow-cheeked crested gibbon (Nomascus gabriellae): the case study of four individuals in zoo
F Druelle, M Berthet
Revue de primatologie, 2017
Development of bipedal walking in olive baboons, Papio anubis: A kinematic analysis
F Druelle, J Özçelebi, F Marchal, G Berillon
American journal of biological anthropology 177 (4), 719-734, 2022
From quadrupedal to bipedal walking ‘on the fly’: the mechanics of dynamical mode transition in primates
P Aerts, J Goyens, G Berillon, K d'Août, F Druelle
Journal of Experimental Biology 226 (2), jeb244792, 2023
Deslorelin acetate implant induces transient sterility and behavior changes in male olive baboon (Papio anubis): A case study
G Martinez, R Lacoste, M Dumasy, S Garbit, S Brouillet, C Coutton, ...
Journal of Medical Primatology 49 (6), 344-348, 2020
Convergence of bipedal locomotion: why walk or run on only two legs
F Druelle, A Abourachid, M Vasilopoulou-Kampitsi, P Aerts
Convergent Evolution: Animal Form and Function, 431-476, 2023
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