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Bioenergetics bibliography

Adams, D., 1987, The bigger they are, the harder they fall: Implications of ischial curvature in ceratopsian dinosaurs, in ch. 1-6 of Currie, P. J., and Koster, E., eds., Fourth Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems: Drumheller, Canada, Tyrrell Museum.

Alexander, R. M., 1977, Fast locomotion of some African ungulates: Journal of Zoology, v. 183, p. 291-300.

Bakker, R. T., 1980, Dinosaur heresy-dinosaur renaissance: Why we need endothermic archosaurs for a comprehensive theory of bioenergetic evolution, in Thomas, D. K., and Olson, E. C., eds., A Cold Look at the Warm Blooded Dinosaurs: Washington, D.C., American Association for the Advancement of Science, p. 351-462.

---, 1987, The return of the Dancing Dinosaurs, in Czerkas, S. J., and Olson, E. C., eds., Dinosaurs Past and Present, 1: Los Angeles, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, p. 38-69.

Broda, E., 1975, The Evolution of the Bioenergetic Processes: Oxford, Pergamon.

Brody, S., 1945, Bioenergetics and Growth: New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1023 p.

Caple, G. R., Balda, R. P., and Willis, W. R., 1983, The physics of leaping animals and the evolution of preflight: American Naturalist, v. 121, p. 455-476.

Carrier, D. R., 1987, The evolution of locomotion stamina in tetrapods: Circumventing a mechanical constraint: Paleobiology, v. 13, p. 326-341.

Fedak, M. A., and Seeherman, H. J., 1979, Reappraisal of energetics of locomotion shows identical cost in bipeds and quadrupeds including ostrich and horse: Nature, v. 282, p. 713-716.

Gessamen, J. A., 1979, Methods of Estimating the Energy Cost of Free Existance, in Gessamen, J. A., ed., Ecological Economics of Homeotherms: Logan, Utah, Utah State University Press, p. 3-31.

Lotka, A. J., 1922, Contribution to the energetics of evolution: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 8, p. 147-155.

Odum, H. T., and Pinkerton, R. C., 1955, Time's speed regulator: the optimum efficiency for maximum power output in physical and biological systems: American Scientist, v. 43, no. 2, p. 331-343.

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