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Data from: Ontogenetic and interspecific scaling of consumption in insects
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uptake.;uptake;body mass;Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) theory;Insecta;Metabolic Rate;Invertebrate;metabolic theory of ecology (MTE)
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.35n9f
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interspecific size effects from ontogenetic size effects. Our model predicts uptake to scale with surface-area (mass2/3) during ontogenetic growth but more qui
Data from: On the scaling of activity in tropical forest mammals
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activity behavior;camera traps;Mammals;tropics
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.x3ffbg7ff
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ing?in herbivores (0.04). Empirical data showed that activity ranges scaled positively with?body mass for carnivores (0.061), which also had higher intercept val
Data from: Allometry of wing twist and camber in a flower chafer during free flight: how do wing deformations scale with body size?
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Coleoptera;Dynamic bending;Flexural stiffness;Protaetia cuprea;Insect wings;Flapping flight
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.qk7g8
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vely thin and flat aerofoil. We examined how wing deformations during free flight scale with body mass within a species of rose chafers (Coleoptera
Data from: Energetic benefits and adaptations in mammalian limbs: scale effects and selective pressures
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Cingulata;Macroevolution;limbs;Carnivora;Didelphimorphia;Morphological Evolution;Rodentia;Allometry;Mammals;Lagomorpha;Recent;Mammalia;phylogenetics;Artiodactyla;Perissodactyla;Hyracoidea;Adaptation
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.296h2
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g been subject to debate. In particular, it remains unknown if scale effects in whole limb morphology could partially underlie decreasing mass-specific locomotor
Data from: Evolution of body mass in the Pan-Alcidae (Aves, Charadriiformes): the effects of combining neontological and paleontological data
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Comparative Methods;wing-propelled diving;Mancallinae;Pinguinus;Niche partitioning;Charadriiformes;Pan-Alcidae;extant bubble;Cenozoic;fossil birds
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.3k7v7
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. Phylogenetically contextualized estimation of body mass values for extinct pan-alcids facilitated evaluation of broad scale trends in the evolution of pan-al
Capture-mark-recapture data modelling survival rates of Microcebus murinus in relation to glucocorticoid level, parasite infection and body condition
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Parasitology 60201 Behavioural Ecology 60203 Ecological Physiology Physiology 60207 Population Ecology
DOI:
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5259415
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r the reproductive season relative tohair cortisol concentration, scaled mass index, and pattern of parasitism whichwas measured as the parasite species richness (numb
Data from: Survival of the fattest? Indices of body condition do not predict viability in the brown anole (Anolis sagrei)
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correlational selection directional selection quadratic selection residual index scaled mass index selection gradient viability selection mark-recapture demography
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.bt7t0
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of condition: the popular residual index (Ri), and the scaled mass index (Mi), which was recently proposed as a more appropriate method. 3. Linear, quadratic
Data from: A computational analysis of locomotor anatomy and body mass evolution in Allosauroidea (Dinosauria Theropoda)
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Mesozoic;scaling;moment arms;Allosauroidea;Allosaurus;locomotion;Body Size;Acrocanthosaurus;dinosaur;modelling
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.09kf4g02
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, mass, and body proportions, are tested and all are unsupported in this analysis. Predictions from 3-D musculoskeletal models of medium-sized (Al
Data from: Image based modelling of lateral magma flow: the Basement Sill, Antarctica
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Sill;Rheology;Igneous intrusion;Magma
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.sn69s
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The McMurdo Dry Valleys magmatic system, Antarctica, provides a world-class example of pervasive lateral magma flow on a continental scale
Data from: Trait-demography relationships underlying small mammal population fluctuations
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Benthem, Koen J. van
关键词:
small mammal population fluctuations trait–based demography integral projection models population regulation phenotypic plasticity population ecology body mass trait dynamics
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.8vb83
摘要:
phase-specific changes in male adult body mass distribution in this population of prairie voles. Our analyses revealed that these changes were driven

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