Applied Bionics and Biomechanics / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Contributions of Limb Joints to Energy Absorption during Landing in Cats

Table 3

Mean and SD of the selected ROMs across jump heightsa.

Height (m)ROM1 (deg)ROM2 (deg)ROM3 (deg)ROM4 (deg)ROM5 (deg)ROM6 (deg)

1.052.03 (7.28)49.86 (8.96)68.25 (11.93)15.84 (3.91)30.64 (10.36)37.13 (8.09)
1.247.83 (8.35)34.16 (6.31)78.49 (12.54)20.51 (5.15)41.22 (8.69)56.75 (12.67)
1.445.82 (6.27)31.35 (6.53)80.93 (13.10)26.51 (6.44)42.52 (9.42)61.70 (14.95)
1.639.99 (7.99)30.41 (5.08)88.90 (14.97)32.61 (5.98)43.40 (11.67)73.90 (15.38)
1.837.18 (5.84)32.97 (9.76)90.12 (15.75)34.29 (8.16)43.62 (10.20)74.07 (19.17)
2.036.08 (4.18)46.08 (6.30)97.76 (15.35)46.70 (9.76)70.89 (17.09)120.26 (23.63)

aValues in the parentheses are the standard deviation (SD). ROM1–6 are the ranges of motion of the angle between the fore paw and the ground, wrist joint, and elbow joint and the angle between the hind paw and the ground, ankle joint, and knee joint. Parameter shows statistically significant difference between jump heights.