Data from: Growth and development rates have different thermal responses

Jack Forster, Andrew G. Hirst & Guy Woodward
Growth and development rates are fundamental to all living organisms. In a warming world, it is important to determine how these rates will respond to increasing temperatures. It is often assumed that the thermal responses of physiological rates are coupled to metabolic rate and thus have the same temperature dependence. However, the existence of the "temperature-size rule" (TSR) suggests intraspecific growth and development are decoupled. Decoupling of these rates would have important consequences for individual...
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