Microtus pinetorum (Woodland vole):  

Implied properties for this entry

Model:  stx  

Energy investment, cumulated over the embryo period (left), and allocation during ontogeny

Exploding sectors mean dissipation; numbers denote fractions of mobilized reserve. Endpoints are somatic maintenance S, growth G, maturity maintenance J, maturity or reproduction R. Growth is splitted into overhead and flux fixed in tissue. Reproduction overhead is not idicated, since it is pays at conversion of buffer to eggs/foetuses. The change in reserve equals assimilation p_A minus mobilization p_C. Wet weight W_w and total energy E_W exclude the reproduction buffer in adults. Pies link to budget pages.

Implied properties at typical temperature (38.3 deg. C) and abundant food
symbol value units description
z 1.1822 -zoom factor
c_T 4.97029 -Temperature Correction factor
s_Hbp 0.00891061 -maturity ratio
s_HLbp 0.0901551 -maturity density ratio at f=1
s_s 0.0206722 -supply stress
a_b 13.5044 dage at birth
t_g 21.0004 dgestation time
a_p 111.605 dage at puberty
a_99 143.769 dage at length 0.99 * L_i
Wd_b 0.698964 gdry weight at birth
Wd_p 7.07193 gdry weight at puberty
Wd_i 7.67475 gultimate dry weight
L_b 0.531889 cmstructural length at birth
L_p 1.1504 cmstructural length at puberty
L_i 1.1822 cmultimate structural length
W_dWm 7.58 gwet weight at maximum growth
dWm 0.103642 g/dmaximum growth in wet weight
R_i 0.0222361 1/dultimate reproduction rate
N_i 28.637 #life time reproductive output
del_Wb 0.0910732 -birth weight as fraction of maximum weight
del_Wp 0.921454 -puberty weight as fraction of maximum weight
del_V 0.0645847 -fraction of max weight that is structure
r_B 0.0307643 1/dvon Bertalanffy growth rate
E_m 99991 J/cm^3[E_m], reserve capacity
t_starve 10.5762 dmaximum survival time when starved
t_E 10.0052 dmaximum reserve residence time
xi_WE 22.8774 kJ/ gwhole-body energy density of dry biomass (no reprod buffer)
J_Ob 0.00411921 mol/dO2 flux at birth
J_Op 0.0352368 mol/dO2 flux at puberty
J_Oi 0.0371206 mol/dultimate O2 flux