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adaptative mechanisms & evolution

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Archives : February 2014

Bases de morphologie fonctionnelle | Comments: 0

L’unité organise un module d’introduction à la morphologie fonctionnelle sur deux semaines (6ECTS, 60 heures) dispensé dans le cadre du Master SEP (Systématique Paléontologie Evolution) et référencée SEP 59 . La page de cette UE sur le site

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Foot shape in arboreal birds: two morphological patterns for the same pincer-like tool
Abourachid, A., Fabre, A. - C., Cornette, R., & Hofling, E. (2017). Foot shape in arboreal birds: two morphological patterns for the same pincer-like tool. J Anat, .
Isotopic and anatomical evidence of an herbivorous diet in the Early Tertiary giant bird Gastornis. Implications for the structure of Paleocene terrestrial ecosystems
Angst, D., Lecuyer, C., Amiot, R., Buffetaut, E., Fourel, F., Martineau, F., et al. (2014). Isotopic and anatomical evidence of an herbivorous diet in the Early Tertiary giant bird Gastornis. Implications for the structure of Paleocene terrestrial ecosystems. Naturwissenschaften, 101(4), 313–322.
Transition from wing to leg forces during landing in birds
Provini, P., Tobalske, B. W., Crandell, K. E., & Abourachid, A. (2014). Transition from wing to leg forces during landing in birds. J Exp Biol, 217(Pt 15), 2659–2666.
Functional implications of the intertarsal joint shape in a terrestrial (Coturnix coturnix) versus a semi-aquatic bird (Callonetta leucophrys)
Provini, P., Simonis, C., & Abourachid, A. (2013). Functional implications of the intertarsal joint shape in a terrestrial (Coturnix coturnix) versus a semi-aquatic bird (Callonetta leucophrys). Journal Of Zoology, 290(1), 12–18.
Gait transitions and modular organization of mammal locomotion
Maes, L., & Abourachid, A. (2013). Gait transitions and modular organization of mammal locomotion. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 216(12), 2257–2265.
The 3D kinematics of the trunk and hindlimbs during take-off and landing in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
Provini, P., Biewener, A. A., & Abourachid, A. (2013). The 3D kinematics of the trunk and hindlimbs during take-off and landing in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Integrative And Comparative Biology, 53, E173.
Is earthworms' dispersal facilitated by the ecosystem engineering activities of conspecifics?
Caro, G., Abourachid, A., Decaens, T., Buono, L., & Mathieu, J. (2012). Is earthworms' dispersal facilitated by the ecosystem engineering activities of conspecifics? Biology And Fertility Of Soils, 48(8), 961–965.
Relative role of hindlimbs and forelimbs during take-off and landing in different species of birds
Provini, P., & Abourachid, A. (2012). Relative role of hindlimbs and forelimbs during take-off and landing in different species of birds. Integrative And Comparative Biology, 52, E141.
The legs: a key to bird evolutionary success
Abourachid, A., & Hoefling, E. (2012). The legs: a key to bird evolutionary success. Journal Of Ornithology, 153, S193–S198.
The search for stability on narrow supports: An experimental study in cats and dogs (vol 114, pg 224, 2011)
Galvez-Lopez, E., Maes, L. D., & Abourachid, A. (2012). The search for stability on narrow supports: An experimental study in cats and dogs (vol 114, pg 224, 2011). Zoology, 115(2), 134.
Transition from leg to wing forces during take-off in birds
Provini, P., Tobalske, B. W., Crandell, K. E., & Abourachid, A. (2012). Transition from leg to wing forces during take-off in birds. Journal Of Experimental Biology, 215(23), 4115–4124.
Walking, Paddling, Waddling: 3D Kinematics Anatidae Locomotion (Callonetta leucophrys)
Provini, P., Goupil, P., Hugel, V., & Abourachid, A. (2012). Walking, Paddling, Waddling: 3D Kinematics Anatidae Locomotion (Callonetta leucophrys). Journal Of Experimental Zoology Part A-Ecological Genetics And Physiology, 317a(5), 275–282.
Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. A., Lambert, F., Gioanni, H., et al. (2011). Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics. Zoology (Jena), 114(6), 360–368.
Functional 3d Kinematics And Surface Morphometrics Of Theropod Hip-Joint
Souter, T., Abourachid, A., Baylac, M., Cornette, R., & Hutchinson, J. (2011). Functional 3d Kinematics And Surface Morphometrics Of Theropod Hip-Joint. Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 31, 198.
In defence of the slim dodo: a reply to Louchart and Mourer-Chauvire
Angst, D., Buffetaut, E., & Abourachid, A. (2011). In defence of the slim dodo: a reply to Louchart and Mourer-Chauvire. Naturwissenschaften, 98(4), 359–360.
Kinematic Modeling of Bird Locomotion from Experimental Data
Hugel, V., Hackert, R., & Abourachid, A. (2011). Kinematic Modeling of Bird Locomotion from Experimental Data. Ieee Transactions On Robotics, 27(2), 185–200.
Leg thrust forces in Zebra finches during take-off and landing on non-level perches
Provini, P., & Abourachid, A. (2011). Leg thrust forces in Zebra finches during take-off and landing on non-level perches. Integrative And Comparative Biology, 51, E112.
The end of the fat dodo? A new mass estimate for Raphus cucullatus
Angst, D., Buffetaut, E., & Abourachid, A. (2011). The end of the fat dodo? A new mass estimate for Raphus cucullatus. Naturwissenschaften, 98(3), 233–236.
The search for stability on narrow supports: an experimental study in cats and dogs
Galvez-Lopez, E., Maes, L. D., & Abourachid, A. (2011). The search for stability on narrow supports: an experimental study in cats and dogs. Zoology, 114(4), 224–232.
Limb-bone histology of temnospondyls: implications for understanding the diversification of palaeoecologies and patterns of locomotion of Permo-Triassic tetrapods
Sanchez, S., Germain, D., De Ricqles, A., Abourachid, A., Goussard, F., & Tafforeau, P. (2010). Limb-bone histology of temnospondyls: implications for understanding the diversification of palaeoecologies and patterns of locomotion of Permo-Triassic tetrapods. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology, 23(10), 2076–2090.
Three-Dimensional Geometric Morphometrics And Kinematics Of Theropod Hip-Joint Function
Souter, T., Abourachid, A., Hutchinson, J., & Baylac, M. (2009). Three-Dimensional Geometric Morphometrics And Kinematics Of Theropod Hip-Joint Function. Journal Of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29, 184A.
3D Kinematics of the walk of the quail
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Gioanni, H., & Hugel, V. (2008). 3D Kinematics of the walk of the quail. Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 150(3), S86.
Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground
Hackert, R., Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground. Laterality, 13(4), 310–319.
Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V. L., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed. J Exp Biol, 211(Pt 1), 138–149.
3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views
Hackert, R., Hugel, V., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2007). 3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1080.
Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals. J Exp Biol, 210(Pt 2), 366–372.
Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1044.
Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V., & Abourachid, A. (2007). Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1101–1102.
Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats
Hackert, R., Reghem, E., Abourachid, A., Maes, L., & Herbin, M. (2007). Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1079–1080.
Biomechanical analysis of the quail walking: From avian walk to a bipedal robot
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Gioanni, H., Hugel, V., & Blazevic, P. (2006). Biomechanical analysis of the quail walking: From avian walk to a bipedal robot. Journal Of Ornithology, 147(5), 111.
Finding adequate optimization criteria to solve inverse kinematics of redundant bird leg mechanism
Mederreg, L., Hugel, V., Abourachid, A., Blazevic, P., & Hackert, R. (2006). Finding adequate optimization criteria to solve inverse kinematics of redundant bird leg mechanism.

Rémi Hackert | Comments: 0

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Dopamine Modulates Motor Control in a Specific Plane Related to Support
Herbin, M., Simonis, C., Reveret, L., Hackert, R., Libourel, P. - A., Eugene, D., et al. (2016). Dopamine Modulates Motor Control in a Specific Plane Related to Support. PLoS One, 11(5), e0155058.
Proximate determinants of bite force capacity in the mouse lemur
Chazeau, C., Marchal, J., Hackert, R., Perret, M., & Herrel, A. (2013). Proximate determinants of bite force capacity in the mouse lemur. Journal Of Zoology, 290(1), 42–48.
Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. A., Lambert, F., Gioanni, H., et al. (2011). Bird terrestrial locomotion as revealed by 3D kinematics. Zoology (Jena), 114(6), 360–368.
Kinematic Modeling of Bird Locomotion from Experimental Data
Hugel, V., Hackert, R., & Abourachid, A. (2011). Kinematic Modeling of Bird Locomotion from Experimental Data. Ieee Transactions On Robotics, 27(2), 185–200.
3D Kinematics of the walk of the quail
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Gioanni, H., & Hugel, V. (2008). 3D Kinematics of the walk of the quail. Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 150(3), S86.
Limb preference in the asymmetrical locomotion of dogs, pikas and mouse lemurs
Maes, L., Hackert, R., Karin, L., Martine, P., Marc, H., & Karin, L. (2008). Limb preference in the asymmetrical locomotion of dogs, pikas and mouse lemurs. Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 150(3), S88–S89.
Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground
Hackert, R., Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Limb preference in the gallop of dogs and the half-bound of pikas on flat ground. Laterality, 13(4), 310–319.
Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V. L., & Abourachid, A. (2008). Steady locomotion in dogs: temporal and associated spatial coordination patterns and the effect of speed. J Exp Biol, 211(Pt 1), 138–149.
3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views
Hackert, R., Hugel, V., Herbin, M., Libourel, P. - A., & Abourachid, A. (2007). 3D-reconstruction of the quail trunk and limb kinematics from 2D videoradiographical views. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1080.
Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Experimental study of coordination patterns during unsteady locomotion in mammals. J Exp Biol, 210(Pt 2), 366–372.
Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion
Abourachid, A., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Maes, L., & Martin, V. (2007). Gait analysis during unsteady locomotion. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1044.
Gait parameters of treadmill versus overground locomotion in mouse
Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Gasc, J. - P., & Renous, S. (2007). Gait parameters of treadmill versus overground locomotion in mouse. Behav Brain Res, 181(2), 173–179.
Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits
Maes, L. D., Herbin, M., Hackert, R., Bels, V., & Abourachid, A. (2007). Interlimb coordination in dogs: Time and space variations related to speed and gaits. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1101–1102.
Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats
Hackert, R., Reghem, E., Abourachid, A., Maes, L., & Herbin, M. (2007). Pre-stance forelimb retraction versus speed in trotting rats. Journal Of Morphology, 268(12), 1079–1080.
Biomechanical analysis of the quail walking: From avian walk to a bipedal robot
Abourachid, A., Hackert, R., Gioanni, H., Hugel, V., & Blazevic, P. (2006). Biomechanical analysis of the quail walking: From avian walk to a bipedal robot. Journal Of Ornithology, 147(5), 111.
Finding adequate optimization criteria to solve inverse kinematics of redundant bird leg mechanism
Mederreg, L., Hugel, V., Abourachid, A., Blazevic, P., & Hackert, R. (2006). Finding adequate optimization criteria to solve inverse kinematics of redundant bird leg mechanism.
Interactions between motions of the trunk and the angle of attack of the forelimbs in synchronous gaits of the pika (Ochotona rufescens)
Hackert, R., Witte, H., & Fischer, M. S. (2006). Interactions between motions of the trunk and the angle of attack of the forelimbs in synchronous gaits of the pika (Ochotona rufescens).
Mechanical self-stabilization, a working hypothesis for the study of the evolution of body proportions in terrestrial mammals?
Hackert, R., Schilling, N., & Fischer, M. S. (2006). Mechanical self-stabilization, a working hypothesis for the study of the evolution of body proportions in terrestrial mammals? Comptes Rendus Palevol, 5(3-4), 541–549.
Sagittal spine movements of small therian mammals during asymmetrical gaits
Schilling, N., & Hackert, R. (2006). Sagittal spine movements of small therian mammals during asymmetrical gaits. J Exp Biol, 209(Pt 19), 3925–3939.
Biomimetic robotics should be based on functional morphology
Witte, H., Hoffmann, H., Hackert, R., Schilling, C., Fischer, M. S., & Preuschoft, H. (2004). Biomimetic robotics should be based on functional morphology. Journal Of Anatomy, 204(5), 331–342.
Spinal flexion contributes to self-stabilization of pikas' half-bound
Hackert, R., & Witte, H. (2003). Spinal flexion contributes to self-stabilization of pikas' half-bound. Archives of Physiology and Biochemistry, 111(Suppl. S), 2.
Multi-channel EMG of the M. triceps brachii in rats during treadmill locomotion
Schumann, N. P., Biedermann, F. H. W., Kleine, B. U., Stegeman, D. F., Roeleveld, K., Hackert, R., et al. (2002). Multi-channel EMG of the M. triceps brachii in rats during treadmill locomotion. Clin Neurophysiol, 113(7), 1142–1151.
The influence of numerical diffusion on the solution of the radiative transfer equations
Steinacker, J., Hackert, R., Steinacker, A., & Bacmann, A. (2002). The influence of numerical diffusion on the solution of the radiative transfer equations. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 73(6), 557–569.
Torque patterns of the limbs of small therian mammals during locomotion on flat ground
Witte, H., Biltzinger, J., Hackert, R., Schilling, N., Schmidt, M., Reich, C., et al. (2002). Torque patterns of the limbs of small therian mammals during locomotion on flat ground. J Exp Biol, 205(Pt 9), 1339–1353.

BIOADAPT research | Comments: 0

Research :        The core objective of the research team deals with adaptive responses of the organism to environmental factors, with a central focus on functional and evolutionary aspects. The conducted researches, using different models (plants,

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Research of FunEvol | Comments: 0

The focus of our research program is to better understand the origin and evolution of complex integrated systems and the mechanisms that lie at the basis thereof. Essential in such an approach is an understanding of the role of trade-offs

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ECOTROP research | Comments: 0

Research : Objectives are focused on the effects of natural (vegetal succession, climatic changes) and anthropogenic disturbances (logging, fragmentation, hunting) on the dynamic of indicator groups or vegetal and animal functional groups in the

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