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70 in exactly the same way as energetic cost of running. HYPOTHESIS I will conclude this paper with a hypothesis which could explain both the functions relating energetic cost of running, speed, and body mass and which can be tested experimentally. MflHMMMeil. ίΓ,νΓΓΡ-Ε& - FASTER FIBERS USED AT HIGHER SPEEDS — FASTER FIBERS USED BY SMALLER ANIMALS 40 Musuclar force must be generated and decay more rapidly as an animal increases its speed. This is accomplished by recruiting faster muscle fibers within a muscle, which have more rapid rates of cycling of their cross- bridges between actin and myosin.

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