Kristina Arranz

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Understanding biological processes, such as growth, is crucial to development management and sustainability plans for bivalve populations. Von Bertalanffy and Gompertz models have been commonly used to fit bivalve growth. These models assume that individual growth is only determined by size, overlooking the effects of environmental and intrinsic conditions(More)
Allometric relationships between biometric parameters (i.e., soft body and shell weights and shell organic content vs. shell length) as well as for routine and standard metabolic and ammonia excretion rates related to flesh weight and shell length were estimated and compared for subtidal and intertidal populations of Mytilus galloprovincialis in Galicia (NW(More)
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