Ontogeny of energy allocation reveals selective pressure promoting risk-taking behaviour in young fish cohorts

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Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 2005, 272 (1571), pp. 1443 - 1448
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Given limited food, prey fishes in a temperate climate must take risks to acquire sufficient reserves for winter and/or to outgrow vulnerability to predation. However, how can we distinguish which selective pressure promotes risk-taking when larger body
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