Data from: How does evolutionary variation in basal metabolic rates arise? A statistical assessment and a mechanistic model

 

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Description Data on basal metabolic rate, body mass, and geographic, climatic and ecological variables for 195 rodent species.
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Description Parameter estimation (and standard deviation) for models including exogenous factors in addition to body mass.
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Description Data on basal metabolic rate and intestinal length for 30 rodent species.
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Naya DE, Spangenberg L, Naya H, Bozinovic F (2013) How does evolutionary variation in basal metabolic rates arise? A statistical assessment and a mechanistic model. Evolution 67(5): 1463-1476. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12042

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Naya DE, Spangenberg L, Naya H, Bozinovic F (2012) Data from: How does evolutionary variation in basal metabolic rates arise? A statistical assessment and a mechanistic model. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m83r0
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