Scaling of metabolism in Helix aspersa snails: changes through ontogeny and response to selection for increased size.

@article{Czarnoeski2008ScalingOM,
  title={Scaling of metabolism in Helix aspersa snails: changes through ontogeny and response to selection for increased size.},
  author={Marcin Czarnołeski and Jan Kozłowski and Guillaume Dumiot and Jean-Claude Bonnet and Jacques Mallard and Mathilde Dupont-Nivet},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={211 Pt 3},
  pages={391-400}
}
Though many are convinced otherwise, variability of the size-scaling of metabolism is widespread in nature, and the factors driving that remain unknown. Here we test a hypothesis that the increased expenditure associated with faster growth increases metabolic scaling. We compare metabolic scaling in the fast- and slow-growth phases of ontogeny of Helix aspersa snails artificially selected or not selected for increased adult size. The selected line evolved larger egg and adult sizes and a faster… CONTINUE READING
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