David Lloyd Morgan
David Lloyd Morgan
Adjunct Professor, Monash University Honorary Professor, Melbourne Univeristy
Verified email at monash.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Muscle damage from eccentric exercise: mechanism, mechanical signs, adaptation and clinical applications
U Proske, DL Morgan
The Journal of physiology 537 (2), 333-345, 2001
12322001
New insights into the behavior of muscle during active lengthening.
DL Morgan
Biophysical journal 57 (2), 209, 1990
7091990
Human hamstring muscles adapt to eccentric exercise by changing optimum length
CL Brockett, DL Morgan, UWE Proske
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33 (5), 783-790, 2001
5192001
Predicting hamstring strain injury in elite athletes.
CL Brockett, DL Morgan, U Proske
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 379-87, 2004
4222004
Thixotropy in skeletal muscle and in muscle spindles: a review
U Proske, DL Morgan, JE Gregory
Progress in neurobiology 41 (6), 705-721, 1993
4181993
Early events in stretch-induced muscle damage
DL Morgan, DG Allen
Journal of Applied Physiology 87 (6), 2007-2015, 1999
3971999
Decline running produces more sarcomeres in rat vastus intermedius muscle fibers than does incline running
R Lynn, DL Morgan
Journal of applied physiology 77 (3), 1439-1444, 1994
2941994
The effect on tension of non‐uniform distribution of length changes applied to frog muscle fibres.
FJ Julian, DL Morgan
The Journal of Physiology 293 (1), 379-392, 1979
2581979
Aftereffects in the responses of cat muscle spindles and errors of limb position sense in man
JE Gregory, DL Morgan, U Proske
Journal of neurophysiology 59 (4), 1220-1230, 1988
2561988
Separation of active and passive components of short-range stiffness of muscle
DL Morgan
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 232 (1), 45-49, 1977
2451977
Differences in rat skeletal muscles after incline and decline running
R Lynn, JA Talbot, DL Morgan
Journal of Applied Physiology 85 (1), 98-104, 1998
2191998
A comparison of the effects of concentric versus eccentric exercise on force and position sense at the human elbow joint
C Brockett, N Warren, JE Gregory, DL Morgan, U Proske
Brain research 771 (2), 251-258, 1997
2071997
Popping sarcomere hypothesis explains stretch‐induced muscle damage
DL Morgan, U Proske
Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology 31 (8), 541-545, 2004
2002004
Changes in passive tension of muscle in humans and animals after eccentric exercise
NP Whitehead, NS Weerakkody, JE Gregory, DL Morgan, U Proske
The Journal of physiology 533 (2), 593-604, 2001
1872001
Identifying athletes at risk of hamstring strains and how to protect them
U Proske, DL Morgan, CL Brockett, P Percival
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 31 (8), 546-550, 2004
1862004
Tendon stiffness: methods of measurement and significance for the control of movement. A review
U Proske, DL Morgan
Journal of biomechanics 20 (1), 75-82, 1987
1851987
Do cross-bridges contribute to the tension during stretch of passive muscle?
U Proske, DL Morgan
Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility 20 (5-6), 433-442, 1999
1811999
Human forearm position sense after fatigue of elbow flexor muscles
LD Walsh, CW Hesse, DL Morgan, U Proske
The Journal of physiology 558 (2), 705-715, 2004
1802004
Tension changes in the cat soleus muscle following slow stretch or shortening of the contracting muscle
DL Morgan, NP Whitehead, AK Wise, JE Gregory, U Proske
The Journal of Physiology 522 (3), 503-513, 2000
1702000
Changes in the mechanical properties of human and amphibian muscle after eccentric exercise
C Jones, T Allen, J Talbot, DL Morgan, U Proske
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 76 (1), 21-31, 1997
1651997
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