Predictions & Data for this entry

Model: abj climate: Am migrate:
COMPLETE = 4.5 ecozone: TPi food: biCi
MRE = 0.320 habitat: 0iFp, 0iFm gender: D
SMSE = 0.501 embryo: Fh reprod: O

Zero-variate data
DataObservedPredicted(RE)UnitDescriptionReference
ab 5 4.801 (0.03976)dage at birthBestAdat2010
aj 30 15.39 (0.4872)dage at metamSchi2002
ap 75 91.04 (0.2138)dage at pubertyEatoFarl1974a
am1643 912.2 (0.4446)dlife spanGerhKauf2002
L00.07 0.0885 (0.2643)cmegg diameterForbPres2010
Lb0.39 0.3212 (0.1764)cmtotal length at birthSchi2002
Lj0.39 1.013 (1.597)cmtotal length at metamSchi2002
Lp3.25 3.441 (0.05876)cmtotal length at pubertyEatoFarl1974a
Li 5 5.11 (0.02199)cmultimate total length SpenGerl2008, Schi2002
W00.0001 7.26e-05 (0.274)gegg dry weightAugu2009
Wi 1 0.9079 (0.0921)gultimate wet weightAugu2009
Ri240 116.1 (0.516)#/dmax reproduction EatoFarl1974b
GSI0.15 0.1466 (0.02239)-Gonado Somatic Index ForbPres2010
Uni-variate data
DatasetFigure(RE)Independent variableDependent variableReference
tL_KimmBall1995 see Fig. 1 (0.2963)agestandard length KimmBall1995
tL_Schi2002 see Fig. 2 (0.06995)agetotal length Schi2002
tL_BarrBurg1999_25 see Fig. 3 (0.552)time since birthtotal length BarrBurg1999
tL_BarrBurg1999_28 see Fig. 3 (0.2312)time since birthtotal length BarrBurg1999
tL_BarrBurg1999_31 see Fig. 3 (0.2423)time since birthtotal length BarrBurg1999
tW_BarrBurg1999_25 see Fig. 4 (0.7802)time since birthwet weight BarrBurg1999
tW_BarrBurg1999_28 see Fig. 4 (0.8856)time since birthwet weight BarrBurg1999
tW_BarrBurg1999_31 see Fig. 4 (0.8341)time since birthwet weight BarrBurg1999
WL_BarrBurg1999_25 see Fig. 5 (0.552)wet weighttotal length BarrBurg1999
WL_BarrBurg1999_28 see Fig. 6 (0.2312)wet weighttotal length BarrBurg1999
WL_BarrBurg1999_31 see Fig. 7 (0.2423)wet weighttotal length BarrBurg1999
tL_EatoFarl1974 see Fig. 8 (0.06499)time since birthtotal length EatoFarl1974b
tL_BagaPels2001 see Fig. 9 (0.0961)time since birthtotal length BagaPels2001
LWw_BagaPels2001 see Fig. 10 (0.6556)total lengthwet weight BagaPels2001
LWd_BagaPels2001 see Fig. 11 (0.5691)total lengthdry weight BagaPels2001
tL_GomeConc2010 see Fig. 12 (0.1245)time since birthfork length GomeConc2010
tW_GomeConc2010 see Fig. 13 (0.4582)time since birthwet weight GomeConc2010
LW_GomeConc2010 see Fig. 14 (0.4582)fork lengthwet weight GomeConc2010
tL_BarrFern2010 see Fig. 15 (0.7197)time since birthtotal length BarrFern2010
tW_BarrFern2010 see Fig. 16 (0.4675)time since birthwet weight BarrFern2010
LW_BarrFern2010 see Fig. 17 (0.4675)total lengthwet weight BarrFern2010
tS_GerhKauf2002 see Fig. 18 (0.07083)time since birthsurviving fraction GerhKauf2002
tO2_BangGong2004 see Fig. 19 (0.3525)ageO_2 consumption BangGong2004
tC_BangGong2004 see Fig. 20 (0.3862)ageC BangGong2004
tN_BangGong2004 see Fig. 21 (0.509)ageN BangGong2004
tL_BestAdat2010 see Fig. 22 (0.09043)time since birthtotal length BestAdat2010
tL_LawrEber2002_high see Fig. 23 (0.08701)time since birthtotal length LawrEber2008
tL_LawrEber2002_low see Fig. 23 (0.07306)time since birthtotal length LawrEber2008
tL_SchaRyan2006_24 see Fig. 24 (0.08671)time since birthstandard length SchaRyan2006
tL_SchaRyan2006_28 see Fig. 24 (0.2129)time since birthstandard length SchaRyan2006
tL_112 see Fig. 25 (0.01736)time since birthtotal length AuguGagn2011
tL_113 see Fig. 25 (0.005807)time since birthtotal length AuguGagn2011
tL_221 see Fig. 25 (0.009087)time since birthtotal length AuguGagn2011
tL_142 see Fig. 25 (0.01208)time since birthtotal length AuguGagn2011
tR_112 see Fig. 26 (0.1716)time since birthcumulative # eggs AuguGagn2011
tR_113 see Fig. 26 (0.4384)time since birthcumulative # eggs AuguGagn2011
tR_142 see Fig. 26 (0.07531)time since birthcumulative # eggs AuguGagn2011
tR_221 see Fig. 26 (0.4934)time since birthcumulative # eggs AuguGagn2011
Pseudo-data at Tref
DataGeneralised animalDanio rerioUnitDescription
v 0.02 0.0278cm/denergy conductance
kap 0.8 0.4366-allocation fraction to soma
kap_R 0.95 0.95-reproduction efficiency
p_M 18 500.9J/d.cm^3vol-spec som maint
k_J 0.002 0.016621/dmaturity maint rate coefficient
kap_G 0.8 0.8994-growth efficiency

Discussion

  • Starrlight Augustine: 0 weight is given to studies by KimmBall1995 because I could not figure out how to relate structure in the embryonic period to a given length measurement
  • Starrlight Augustine: 0 weight is given to studies by SchaeRyan2006, BarrFern2010, BarrBurg99, BagaPels2001 because growth deviates from what is assumed to be the normal patterns of growth at constant food (see EatoFarly1974,LawrEber2008, Schi2002, BestAdat2010 and discussion in AuguGagn2011)
  • Starrlight Augustine: possible to implement different Arrhennius temperatures for embryo and adult
  • Number of eggs in the fist spawn of individual 112 is a par, which I did not count at the time (hundreds of small white flecks in the water)
  • Number of lost eggs of one spawn of individual 221 is a par put here more for graphical purposes

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Bibtex file with references for this entry


Starrlight Augustine, 2011/05/02

accepted: 2016/02/24

refer to this entry as: AmP Danio rerio version 2016/02/24 bio.vu.nl/thb/deb/deblab/add_my_pet/