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Publications by Douglas Altshuler

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  1. Gaede, A.H., B. Goller, J.P.M. Lam, D.R. Wylie, and D.L. Altshuler. 2017. Neurons responsive to global visual motion have unique tuning properties in hummingbirds. Current Biology 27:279-285 Link »
  2. Dakin, R., T.K. Fellows, and D.L. Altshuler. 2016. Visual guidance of forward flight in hummingbirds reveals control based on image features instead of pattern velocity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113:8849-8854 Link »
  3. Read, T.J.G., P.S. Segre, K.M. Middleton, and D.L. Altshuler.. 2016. Hummingbirds control turning velocity with body orientation and turning radius with asymmetrical wingbeat kinematics. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13:20160110 Link »
  4. Segre, P.S., R. Dakin, T.J.G. Read, A.D. Straw, and D.L. Altshuler. 2016. Mechanical constraints on flight at high elevation decrease maneuvering performance of hummingbirds. Current Biology 26:3368–3374 Link »
  5. Altshuler, D.L., J.W. Bahlman, R. Dakin, A.H. Gaede, B. Goller, D. Lentink, P.S. Segre, and D.A. Skandalis. 2015. The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles and sensors. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:961-975 Link »
  6. Kruyt, J.W., G.F. van Heijst, D.L. Altshuler, and D. Lentink. 2015. Power reduction and the radial limit of stall delay in revolving wings of different aspect ratio. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12:20150051 Link »
  7. Segre, P.S., R. Dakin, V.B. Zordan, M.H. Dickinson, A.D. Straw, and D.L. Altshuler. 2015. Burst muscle performance predicts the speed, acceleration, and turning performance of hummingbirds. eLife 4:e11159 Link »
  8. Goller, B. and D.L. Altshuler. 2014. Hummingbirds stabilize hovering by tracking visual motion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 111:18375-18380 Link »