Tom Weihmann
Tom Weihmann
University of Rostock; Institute of Bio-Sciences; Animal Physiology
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Dynamics and kinematics of ant locomotion: do wood ants climb on level surfaces?
L Reinhardt, T Weihmann, R Blickhan
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (15), 2426-2435, 2009
Jumping kinematics in the wandering spider Cupiennius salei
T Weihmann, M Karner, RJ Full, R Blickhan
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 196, 421-438, 2010
Fast and powerful: biomechanics and bite forces of the mandibles in the American cockroach Periplaneta americana
T Weihmann, L Reinhardt, K Weißing, T Siebert, B Wipfler
PLoS One 10 (11), e0141226, 2015
Cupiennius salei: biomechanical properties of the tibia–metatarsus joint and its flexing muscles
T Siebert, T Weihmann, C Rode, R Blickhan
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 180, 199-209, 2010
Comparing inclined locomotion in a ground-living and a climbing ant species: sagittal plane kinematics
T Weihmann, R Blickhan
Journal of comparative physiology A 195, 1011-1020, 2009
Speed dependent phase shifts and gait changes in cockroaches running on substrates of different slipperiness
T Weihmann, PG Brun, E Pycroft
Frontiers in zoology 14, 1-15, 2017
Crawling at High Speeds: Steady Level Locomotion in the Spider Cupiennius salei—Global Kinematics and Implications for Centre of Mass Dynamics
T Weihmann
PloS one 8 (6), e65788, 2013
Hydraulic leg extension is not necessarily the main drive in large spiders
T Weihmann, M Günther, R Blickhan
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (4), 578-583, 2012
Functional morphology of the mandibular apparatus in the cockroach Periplaneta americana (Blattodea: Blattidae)-a model species for omnivore insects
T Weihmann, T Kleinteich, S Gorb, B Wipfler
Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 73, 477-488, 2015
The cephalic morphology of the American cockroach Periplaneta americana (Blattodea)
B Wipfler, K Weissing, K Klass, T Weihmann
Arthropod systematics & phylogeny 74, 267-297, 2016
Requirements and limits of anatomy-based predictions of locomotion in terrestrial arthropods with emphasis on arachnids
T Weihmann, HH Goetzke, M Günther
Journal of Paleontology 89 (6), 980-990, 2015
Leg force interference in polypedal locomotion
T Weihmann
Science Advances 4 (9), eaat3721, 2018
Climbing in hexapods: a plain model for heavy slopes
M Günther, T Weihmann
Journal of theoretical biology 293, 82-86, 2012
Schnelle Bewegungen bei Arthropoden: Strategien und Mechanismen
R Blickhan, S Petkun, T Weihmann, M Karner
Autonomes Laufen, 19-45, 2005
Survey of biomechanical aspects of arthropod terrestrialisation–substrate bound legged locomotion
T Weihmann
Arthropod structure & development 59, 100983, 2020
The generalized feeding apparatus of cockroaches: a model for biting and chewing insects
T Weihmann, B Wipfler
Insect Mouthparts: Form, Function, Development and Performance, 203-262, 2019
Rules of nature’s formula run: Muscle mechanics during late stance is the key to explaining maximum running speed
M Günther, R Rockenfeller, T Weihmann, DFB Haeufle, T Götz, S Schmitt
Journal of theoretical biology 523, 110714, 2021
The load distribution among three legs on the wall: model predictions for cockroaches
M Günther, T Weihmann
Archive of Applied Mechanics 81, 1269-1287, 2011
Conservation genetic analysis of a Central-European range-margin population of the yellow-bellied toad (Bombina v. variegata)
F Weihmann, S Weihmann, T Weihmann
Conservation genetics 20, 557-569, 2019
Biomechanische Analyse der ebenen Lokomotion von Ancylometes bogotensis (Keyserling, 1877)(Chelicerata, Arachnida, Lycosoidea)
T Weihmann
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