Unsteady flow affects swimming energetics in a labriform fish ( Cymatogaster aggregata )
Unsteady water flows are common in nature, yet the swimming performance of fishes is typically evaluated at constant, steady speeds in the laboratory. We examined how cyclic changes in water flow velocity affect the swimming performance and energetics of
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