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Metachronal motion across scales: current challenges and future directions
Byron, M.L.; Murphy, D.W.; Katija, K.; Hoover, A.P.; Daniels, J.; Garayev, K.; Takagi, D.; Kanso, E.; Gemmell, B.J.; Ruszczyk, M.; Santhanakrishnan, A. (2021). Metachronal motion across scales: current challenges and future directions. Integrative and Comparative Biology Accepted Manuscript: icab105. https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/icb/icab105
In: Integrative and Comparative Biology. Oxford University Press: McLean, VA. ISSN 1540-7063; e-ISSN 1557-7023, more
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  • Byron, M.L.
  • Murphy, D.W.
  • Katija, K.
  • Hoover, A.P.
  • Daniels, J.
  • Garayev, K.
  • Takagi, D.
  • Kanso, E.
  • Gemmell, B.J.
  • Ruszczyk, M.
  • Santhanakrishnan, A.

Abstract
    Metachronal motion is used across a wide range of organisms for a diverse set of functions. However, despite its ubiquity, analysis of this behavior has been difficult to generalize across systems. Here we provide an overview of known commonalities and differences between systems that use metachrony to generate fluid flow. We also discuss strategies for standardizing terminology and defining future investigative directions that are analogous to other established subfields of biomechanics. Lastly, we outline key challenges that are common to many metachronal systems, opportunities that have arisen due to the advent of new technology (both experimental and computational), and next steps for community development and collaboration across the nascent network of metachronal researchers.

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