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The predominance of quarter-power scaling in biology : Metabolic scalingSAVAGE, V. M; GILLOOLY, J. F; WOODRUFF, W. H et al.Functional ecology (Print). 2004, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 257-282, issn 0269-8463, 26 p.Article

Grasping in wonderland: altering the visual size of the body recalibrates the body schemaBERNARDI, N. F; MARINO, B. F; MARAVITA, A et al.Experimental brain research. 2013, Vol 226, Num 4, pp 585-594, issn 0014-4819, 10 p.Article

Evidence against universal metabolic allometryBOKMA, F.Functional ecology (Print). 2004, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 184-187, issn 0269-8463, 4 p.Article

Intra- and intersexual selection on male body size in the annual killifish Austrolebias charruaPASSOS, Carlos; TASSINO, Bettina; LOUREIRO, Marcelo et al.Behavioural processes. 2013, Vol 96, pp 20-26, issn 0376-6357, 7 p.Article

Body size and metabolic rate: calculated exponents are independent of the units usedREISS, M. J.Journal of theoretical biology. 1986, Vol 123, Num 1, pp 125-126, issn 0022-5193Article

Fund einer ungewöhnlich grossen Wechselkröte Bufoviridis Laurenti, 1768 (Salienta: Bufonidae) in der Tschechoslowakei = Découverte d'un B.v.L., 1768 (S., B.) d'une taille inhabituelle en Tchécoslovaquie = Finding of a Bufo viridis Laurenti, 1768 (Salientia, Bufonidae) having an unusual size in CzechoslovakiaROTH, P.Salamandra (Frankfurt am Main). 1983, Vol 19, Num 1-2, pp 96-97, issn 0036-3375Article

Large body size for winning and large swords for winning quickly in swordtail males, Xiphophorus helleriPRENTER, John; TAYLOR, Phillip W; ELWOOD, Robert W et al.Animal behaviour. 2008, Vol 75, pp 1981-1987, issn 0003-3472, 7 p., 6Article

Connecting landscape structure and patterns in body size distributionsBORTHAGARAY, Ana I; ARIM, Matías; MARQUET, Pablo A et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 5, pp 697-710, issn 0030-1299, 14 p.Article

Body composition in fishes: body size mattersBRECK, James E.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 2014, Vol 433, pp 40-49, issn 0044-8486, 10 p.Article

Testing Bergmann's rule and the Rosenzweig hypothesis with craniometric studies of the South American sea lionSEPULVEDA, Maritza; OLIVA, Doris; DURAN, L. René et al.Oecologia. 2013, Vol 171, Num 4, pp 809-817, issn 0029-8549, 9 p.Article

Determinants and consequences of interspecific body size variation in tetraphyllidean tapewormsHASEEB SAJJAD RANDHAWA; POULIN, Robert.Oecologia. 2009, Vol 161, Num 4, pp 759-769, issn 0029-8549, 11 p.Article

Effect of body size and gender in overarm throwing performanceVAN DEN TILLAAR, Roland; ETTEMA, Gertjan.European journal of applied physiology. 2004, Vol 91, Num 4, pp 413-418, 6 p.Article

Body size evolution in insular vertebrates : generality of the island ruleLOMOLINO, Mark V.Journal of biogeography. 2005, Vol 32, Num 10, pp 1683-1699, issn 0305-0270, 17 p.Article

Dry heat loss in incubator: comparison of two premature newborn sized manikinsELMOUNTACER BILLAH ELABBASSI; BELGHAZI, Khalid; DELANAUD, Stéphane et al.European journal of applied physiology. 2004, Vol 92, Num 6, pp 679-682, 4 p.Conference Paper

Of mice and mammoths: generality and antiquity of the island ruleLOMOLINO, Mark V; VAN DER GEER, Alexandra A; LYRAS, George A et al.Journal of biogeography. 2013, Vol 40, Num 8, pp 1427-1439, issn 0305-0270, 13 p.Article

Variation in size of cover used by watersnakes (Nerodia) : Do smaller snakes use smaller rocks?GREGORY, Patrick T.Acta oecologica (Montrouge). 2009, Vol 35, Num 2, pp 182-187, issn 1146-609X, 6 p.Article

Do differences in conspecific body size induce social stress in domestic rainbow trout?YUE, Stephanie; DUNCAN, Ian J. H; MOCCIA, Richard D et al.Environmental biology of fishes. 2006, Vol 76, Num 2-4, pp 425-431, issn 0378-1909, 7 p.Article

Body size variation of a high-Arctic seabird: the dovekie (Alle alle)WOJCZULANIS-JAKUBAS, Katarzyna; JAKUBAS, Dariusz; WELCKER, Jorg et al.Polar biology (Print). 2011, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 847-854, issn 0722-4060, 8 p.Article

Rugby morphologies: bigger and taller, reflects an early directional selectionSEDEAUD, A; VIDALIN, H; TAFFLET, M et al.Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness. 2013, Vol 53, Num 2, pp 185-191, issn 0022-4707, 7 p.Article

Size relationship of metabolic rate : Oxygen availability as the missing link between structure and function?SINGER, Dominique.Thermochimica acta. 2006, Vol 446, Num 1-2, pp 20-28, issn 0040-6031, 9 p.Article

Clinal variation in body and cell size in a widely distributed vertebrate ectothermLITZGUS, Jacqueline D; DURANT, Sarah E; MOUSSEAU, Timothy A et al.Oecologia. 2004, Vol 140, Num 4, pp 551-558, issn 0029-8549, 8 p.Article

Phylogeny, regression, and the allometry of physiological traitsO'CONNOR, Michael P; AGOSTA, Salvatore J; HANSEN, Frank et al.The American naturalist. 2007, Vol 170, Num 3, pp 431-442, issn 0003-0147, 12 p.Article

Body size and VO2peak: A new perspective?MCCANN, D. J.International journal of sports medicine. 2004, Vol 25, Num 1, pp 50-55, issn 0172-4622, 6 p.Article

Impact of Intrasexual Selection on Sexual Dimorphism and Testes Size in the Mexican Howler Monkeys Alouatta palliata and A. pigraKELAITA, Mary; DIAS, Pedro Américo D; AGUILAR-CUCURACHI, Ma. Del Socorro et al.American journal of physical anthropology. 2011, Vol 146, Num 2, pp 179-187, issn 0002-9483, 9 p.Article

Habitat structure and body size distributions: cross-ecosystem comparison for taxa with determinate and indeterminate growthNASH, Kirsty L; ALLEN, Craig R; BARICHIEVY, Chris et al.Oikos (København). 2014, Vol 123, Num 8, pp 971-983, issn 0030-1299, 13 p.Article

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