Publications relevant to neuroscience

  • Shapiro, L., F. Anapol, and W. Jungers (1997). Interlimb coordination, gait, and neural control in chimpanzees and other nonhuman primates. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 102:177-186.
  • Anapol, F., and K. Barry (1996). Fiber architecture of the extensors of the hindlimb insemiterrestrial and arboreal guenons. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 99(3):429-447.
  • Herring, S.W., F.C. Anapol, and L.E. Wineski (1991). Motor unit territories in the masseter muscle of infant pigs. Archiv. Oral Biol. 36(12):867-873.
  • Anapol, F., and S.W. Herring (1989). Length-tension relationships of masseter and digastricmuscles of miniature swine during ontogeny. J. Exp. Biol. 143:1-16.
  • Herring, S.W., L.E. Wineski, and F.C. Anapol (1989). Neural organization of the masseter muscle in the pig. J. Comp. Neurol. 280(4):563-576.
  • Anapol, F.C., and W.L. Jungers (1987). Telemetered electromyography of the fast and slowextensors of the leg of the brown lemur (Lemur fulvus). J. Exp. Biol. 130:341-358.
  • Anapol, F.C., Z.F. Muhl, and J.H. Fuller (1987). The force-velocity relation of the rabbit digastric muscle. Archiv. Oral Biol. 32(2):93-99.
  • Anapol, F., and W.L. Jungers (1986). Architectural and histochemical diversity within thequadriceps femoris of the brown lemur (Lemur fulvus). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol.69(3):355-375.
  • Jungers, W.L., and F. Anapol (1985). Interlimb coordination and gait in the brown lemur(Lemur fulvus) and talapoin monkey (Miopithecus talapoin). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol.67(2):89-98.