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“…Growing and maturing rapidly (Hansen, 1977), Mazzaella varies in abundance throughout the year (Hansen, 1977;Foster, 1982;DeWreede and Green, 1990;Dyck and DeWreede, 2006b). Unlike engineering materials, living biological tissues, as in tendon, ligament and some macroalgae, can actively alter their material properties over time in response to changing mechanical loadings imposed in situ (Noyes, 1977;Norton et al, 1981;Armstrong, 1987;Woo et al, 1987;Kraemer and Chapman, 1991;Hayashi, 1996;Buchanan and Marsh, 2001;Kitzes and Denny, 2005;Arampatzis et al, 2007). Yet fatigue properties of M. flaccida apparently do not shift with seasonal fluctuations in wave-imposed forces.…”
Section: Seasonal Effectsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Growing and maturing rapidly (Hansen, 1977), Mazzaella varies in abundance throughout the year (Hansen, 1977;Foster, 1982;DeWreede and Green, 1990;Dyck and DeWreede, 2006b). Unlike engineering materials, living biological tissues, as in tendon, ligament and some macroalgae, can actively alter their material properties over time in response to changing mechanical loadings imposed in situ (Noyes, 1977;Norton et al, 1981;Armstrong, 1987;Woo et al, 1987;Kraemer and Chapman, 1991;Hayashi, 1996;Buchanan and Marsh, 2001;Kitzes and Denny, 2005;Arampatzis et al, 2007). Yet fatigue properties of M. flaccida apparently do not shift with seasonal fluctuations in wave-imposed forces.…”
Section: Seasonal Effectsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have shown that stress deprivation can significantly reduce the extracellular matrix biosynthesis and mechanical properties of components of the musculoskeletal system, such as bone (Takata and Tasui 2001;Bikle et al 2003) and tendon (Hayashi 1996;Kjaer 2004). On the other hand, overload may cause similar problems in these tissues (Hayashi 1996).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…With cartilage and bone loss in the medial compartment, the varus deformity progresses and lateral laxity develops following stiffening of the peri-articular ligaments [3]. Ligaments are capable of adapting to altered loads by change of material properties [8,15,31] anti dimensions [l]. As the disease progresses, the bony deformity and imbalance between medial and lateral ligamentous structures may further accelerate cartilage wear.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%