Holly N. Wilkinson
Hull York Medical School
Cooperative breedingPathologyRegeneration (biology)ChemistryEcologyExtracellular matrixTHP1 cell linePathologicalEx vivoEstrogenHuman skinMenopauseNegative-pressure wound therapyMacrophageWound healingChronic woundWound edgePavo cristatusMetabolic costEvolutionary transitionsSingle useAgeingCancer researchSenescenceBiofilmBioinformaticsMedicineEvolutionary biologyCXC chemokine receptorsBiologyCell biology
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#1Holly N. WilkinsonH-Index: 8
Last. Jonathan R. CoddH-Index: 18
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#1Holly N. Wilkinson (University of Manchester)H-Index: 8
#2Nathan K. Thavarajah (University of Manchester)H-Index: 5
Last. Jonathan R. Codd (University of Manchester)H-Index: 18
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Altering speed and moving on a gradient can affect an animal’s posture and gait, which in turn can change the energetic requirements of terrestrial locomotion. Here, the energetic and kinematic effects of locomoting on an incline were investigated in the Indian peacock, Pavo cristatus. The mass-specific metabolic rate of the Indian peacock was elevated on an incline, but this change was not dependent on the angle ascended and the cost of lifting remained similar between the two inclines (+5 and ...
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