Behavioural trade-offs between growth and mortality explain evolution of submaximal growth rates

Blackwell Publishing
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Journal Of Animal Ecology, 2006, 75 (5), pp. 1165 - 1171
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1. The importance of body size and growth rate in ecological interactions is widely recognized, and both are frequently used as surrogates for fitness. However, if there are significant costs associated with rapid growth rates then its fitness benefits m
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