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- Hirst, Andrew G., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Global ecology and biogeography 2016 v.25 no.8 pp. 988-999
- Copepoda; adults; body size; chlorophyll; environmental factors; feeding methods; freshwater; life history; models; ontogeny; seasonal variation; temperature
- ... AIM: Body size is a master trait with significant ecological importance. Seasonal changes in body size within diverse ectothermic species can result from different environmental conditions experienced during ontogeny in subsequent generations. Whilst intraspecific changes in adult size have been well studied under controlled experimental conditions and across geographical ranges, comprehensive ana ...