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allometric

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mystinus by having the ventral margin of head and ventrum generally flat versus rounded and by the allometric development of the symphyseal knob (length of dentary symphysis 4.
In contrast, a study conducted by Ramblado (2002) in the Mediterranean Sea found a positive allometric pattern (b = 3.
Change in growth of select structures, which might be sexually dependent, may be observed as either allometric or isometric rate change (Mazlum et al.
The question of allometric variation (size - developmental stability) however, is an essential and to be solved with frontier methodological approaches.
Significant relationships between RWs and size were interpreted as being indicative of allometric rather than isometric growth (Birch, 1999; Hood and Heins, 2000).
79), signifying that the relation between P mass and body mass was not allometric.
A 'b' value greater than 3 indicates positive allometric growth as large specimens have increased in width at a greater rate than in length.
hilgendorfi from the field regularly during their growing season, and estimated the biomass of individuals using an allometric equation.
The program PADWIN was used to reclassify the individuals of the two populations, and for the analysis of allometric effects, using simple linear regression, with size and origin as independent variables and the conformation as the dependent variable.
To assess the pattern of allometric growth and trend of growth of some selected demographic parameters namely total population, population density, literacy rate, cultivator, rural population etc.