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Developing general allometric relationships for regional estimates of carbon sequestration-an example using Eucalyptus pilularis from seven contrasting sites.
The population dynamics within the food web follows a model based on bioenergetics and allometric reasoning, which involves parameterizing the model using power functions of individual body mass.
0 (b<3) growth is generally exhibited as negative allometric (A-) for all the sexes as shown by the exponents values of 'b' indicating that increase in length is not proportionate to increase in weight.
Allometric (KA), Fulton's (KF), and relative condition factors (KR) and relative weight (WR) of Botia dario from the Ganges River, northwestern Bangladesh.
However, improvement in allometric traits from osmoprimed seeds was due the emergence of more healthy and vigorous seedlings.
It was verified that in general, there was a good fit between OLA and allometric measurements, with [R.
Allometric models for leaf area estimation across different leaf-age groups of evergreen broadleaved trees in a subtropical forest.
In contrast, the estimates of the allometric coefficients for these two models were quite similar and consistently smaller than 3, indicating allometric growth (Table 5).
Allometric scaling of isometric biceps strength in adult females and the effect of body mass index.
The allometric relationship between maternal body mass and birth mass also might have a role in explaining body size variation.
Change in growth of select structures is sexually dependent and rates may be characterized as either allometric or isometric based on the regression slope constant b (Mazlum et al.