Data from: Differential effects of food availability on minimum and maximum rates of metabolism

Sonya K. Auer, Karine Salin, Agata M. Rudolf, Graeme J. Anderson & Neil B. Metcalfe
Metabolic rates reflect the energetic cost of living but exhibit remarkable variation among conspecifics, partly as a result of the constraints imposed by environmental conditions. Metabolic rates are sensitive to changes in temperature and oxygen availability, but effects of food availability, particularly on maximum metabolic rates, are not well understood. Here, we show in brown trout (Salmo trutta) that maximum metabolic rates are immutable but minimum metabolic rates increase as a positive function of food...
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