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Finding the best estimates of metabolic rates in a coral reef fish
- D. Roche, S. Binning, Y. Bosiger, J. L. Johansen, J. Rummer
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 June 2013
Standard metabolic rate estimates in swimming respirometry were similar to those in resting respirometry when a three-parameter exponential or power function was used to extrapolate the swimming speed– relationship to zero swimming speed, and MMR estimates using the Ucrit protocol was higher than MMR derived from the 15 min chase protocol.
Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology
The Commentary by Portner, Bock and Mark elaborates on the oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance (OCLTT) hypothesis.
Methods matter: considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes
- J. Rummer, S. Binning, D. Roche, J. L. Johansen
- Biology, Environmental ScienceConservation Physiology
- 23 March 2016
Maximum metabolic rates are estimated in four steady-swimming coral reef fishes - two body-caudal and two median-paired fin swimmers - using three different techniques to induce maximum performance.
Unsteady flow affects swimming energetics in a labriform fish (Cymatogaster aggregata)
- D. Roche, M. Taylor, S. Binning, J. L. Johansen, P. Domenici, J. Steffensen
- Engineering, Environmental ScienceJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 February 2014
The results suggest that the costs of swimming in unsteady flows are context dependent in labriform swimmers, and may be influenced by individual differences in the ability of fishes to adjust their fin beats to the flow environment.
Public Data Archiving in Ecology and Evolution: How Well Are We Doing?
It is suggested that cultural shifts facilitating clearer benefits to authors are necessary to achieve high-quality PDA and key guidelines to help authors increase their data’s reuse potential and compliance with journal data policies are highlighted.
Ectoparasites increase swimming costs in a coral reef fish
It is shown that parasitized fish have higher standard metabolic rates, poorer aerobic capacities and lower maximum swimming speeds than non-parasitized fish, and the main cost of this ectoparasite is probably its direct effect on streamlining, reducing swimming performance at high speeds.
Localised intraspecific variation in the swimming phenotype of a coral reef fish across different wave exposures
Phenotypic variation among sites in traits functionally linked to swimming ability in the damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus is shown, suggesting that functional relationships among swimming phenotypes and water flow not only structure species assemblages, but can also shape patterns of phenotypic divergence within species.
Wave-induced abiotic stress shapes phenotypic diversity in a coral reef fish across a geographical cline
It is found that local selection driven by wave-induced abiotic stress is an overarching ecological mechanism shaping the inter- and intraspecific locomotor diversity of coral reef fishes.
Fight-flight or freeze-hide? Personality and metabolic phenotype mediate physiological defence responses in flatfish.
This work finds consistent metabolic differences between individuals of a given behavioural type across an environmental gradient in the olive flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, the first empirical evidence that the metabolic response to stressful situations differs between bold and shy individuals.
Troubleshooting Public Data Archiving: Suggestions to Increase Participation
This Perspective offers some practical solutions to reduce costs and increase benefits for individual researchers in public data archiving.