Data from: Negative relationships between population density and metabolic rates are not general

Varvara Yashchenko, Erlend I. Fossen, Øystein N. Kielland & Sigurd Einum
Population density has recently been suggested to be an important factor influencing metabolic rates, and to represent an important ‘third axis’ explaining variation beyond that explained by body mass and temperature. In situations where population density influences food consumption, the immediate effect on metabolism acting through specific dynamic action (SDA), and downregulation due to fasting over longer periods, is well understood. However, according to a recent review, previous studies suggest a more general effect of...
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