Abstract

All the principal branches of mechanics have been used in studies of fossil vertebrates, including kinematics, statics, solid dynamics, strength of materials, hydrostatics and hydrodynamics. They have been applied to problems concerning jaws, posture, running, swimming, flight and blood circulation.

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