Table 1.

Variables calculated for all individuals with intact or reduced pectoral fin area

VariableIntact finReduced finF value (d.f.=1,3)P value
Distance traveled (cm)40.3±1.440.5±0.900.98
Duration of trial (s)0.91±0.050.93±0.080.10.93
Duration of initial P (%)61.8±1.560.4±2.60.90.41
Duration of final B (%)29.1±2.529.3±2.700.85
Vavg (cm s-1)45.1±2.046.1±2.30.20.72
Vmax (cm s-1)70.9±3.573.7±3.20.20.66
Initial Vmax (cm s-1)46.3±3.951.8±4.91.00.39
Accelmax (cm s-2)721±77625±720.60.51
Decelmax (cm s-2)-479±44-546±820.70.46
DecelMJP (cm s-2)-295±48-310±530.20.72
VMJP (cm s-1)21.9±1.723.0±1.80.60.51
Time of initial Vmax (%)17.2±1.623.4±3.61.60.29
Time of Vmax (%)44.6±2.747.3±3.60.10.73
Time of MJP (%)93.5±1.095.3±0.64.20.13
Time of min pect. angle (%)98.1±1.099.7±0.11.50.31
Time of min pelv. angle (%)92.6±1.693.3±1.10.20.66
Time of max med. angle (%)92.9±2.093.1±1.800.99
  • Values are means ± s.e.m; N=19 for intact and N=18 for reduced pectoral fin area. The F values from two-way ANOVAs, which were performed separately on each variable.

    P, propulsion only; B, braking only; Vmax, maximum velocity; Vavg, average velocity; VMJP, velocity at max jaw protrusion; MJP, maximum jaw protrusion; Accelmax, maximum acceleration; Decelmax, maximum deceleration; DecelMJP, deceleration at maximum jaw protrusion; pect., pectoral fin; pelv., pelvic fin; med., median fin.