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James H. Brown, Geoffrey B. West, eds.
Scaling in Biology.
OUP. 2000

Contents

James H. Brown, Geoffrey B. West, Brian J. Enquist. Scaling in Biology: Patterns and Processes, Causes and Consequences. 2000
John Tyler Bonner, Henry S. Horn. Allometry and Natural Selection. 2000
R. McNeill Alexander. Hovering and Jumping: Contrasting Problems in Scaling. 2000
Andrew A. Biewener. Scaling of Terrestrial Support: Differing Solutions to Mechanical Constraints of Size. 2000
Mimi A. R. Koehl. Consequences of Size Change During Ontogeny and Evolution Consequences of Size Change During Ontogeny and Evolution. 2000
Geoffrey B. West, James H. Brown, Brian J. Enquist. The Origin of Universal Scaling Laws in Biology. 2000
John K-J. Li. Scaling and Invariants in Cardiovascular Biology. 2000
Mair Zamir. Vascular System of the Human Heart: Some Branching and Scaling Issues. 2000
Wolfgang Schreiner, Rudolf Karch, Friederike Neumann, Martin Neumann. Constrained Constructive Optimization of Arterial Tree Models. 2000
Brian J. Enquist, Geoffrey B. West, James H. Brown. Quarter-Power Allometric Scaling in Vascular Plants: Functional Basis and Ecological Consequences. 2000
Henry S. Horn. Twigs, Trees, and the Dynamics of Carbon in the Landscape. 2000
Richard E. Lenski, Judith A. Mongold. Cell Size, Shape, and Fitness in Evolving Populations of Bacteria. 2000
Jan Kozlowski. Does Body Size Optimization Alter the Allometries for Production and Life History Traits?. 2000
Paul H. Harvey. Why and How Phylogenetic Relationships Should be Incorporated into Studies of Scaling. 2000
Helene Cyr. Individual Energy Use and the Allometry of Population Density. 2000
William A. Calder. Diversity and Convergence: Scaling for Conservation. 2000
John Harte. Scaling and Self-Similarity in Species Distributions: Implications for Extinction, Species Richness, Abundance, and Range. 2000