1 article(s) from Summers, Adam P
A) Green dock beetle Gastrophysa viridula as an example for terrestrial attachment (image: Stanisla...
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SEM pictures of the surface of selected rocks found in running waters: (A) andesite, (B) slate, (C)...
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Examples of substrates which have been exposed to an aquatic environment and are covered with biofi...
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Two hydrophilic surfaces separated by water. Graph shows the location of the overall radius (ro) of...
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A) Zebra mussles attaching by byssal threads to a substrate, B) echinoderm foot (images: Petra Dits...
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(A–D) Attachment devices of E. assimilis larvae: (A) ventral view, (B) claw of the foreleg, (C) set...
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(A) Suction disc on the ventral side of Northern clingfish. Reproduced with permission from . (B) M...
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In air the volume of the cavity of suction cups increases. Due to the incompressibility of water th...
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The pressure difference of the cavity under the suction cup and its environment determines the maxi...
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A) Tarsal claw of the mayfly larva Baetis vardarensis. Abreviations: ug unguitractor, th theeth, s ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 2424–2439, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.252
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