Gape-specific bite force and prey-size specific predator performance in the snail-eating black carp
N.J. Gidmark, N. Konow, E. LoPresti, and E.L. Brainerd
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X-ray animation sequence: In live X-ray video, a black carp manages to crush a tube full of food deep in its mouth. The size of the tube has a major influence on the strength of its bite. The video also shows a computer animation of its jaw bones. Credit: Nicholas Gidmark/Brown University 2013

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X-ray Reconstruction of Moving Morphology (XROMM) is a 3D imaging technology for visualizing rapid skeletal movement in vivo. XROMM combines 3D isosurface models of bone morphology with movement data from biplanar x-ray video to create highly accurate


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X-ray Reconstruction of Moving Morphology (XROMM) is a 3D imaging technology for visualizing rapid skeletal movement in vivo. XROMM combines 3D isosurface models of bone morphology with movement data from biplanar x-ray video to create highly accurate (±0.1 mm) re-animations of the 3D bones moving in 3D space. Rapid bone motion, such as during bird flight, frog jumping, and human running, can be visualized and quantified with XROMM.

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