Predictions & Data for this entry

Model: stx climate: BSh, BSk, Cfa, Cfb migrate:
COMPLETE = 2.8 ecozone: TA food: bxM, xiHl
MRE = 0.120 habitat: 0iTa, 0iTs, 0iTi, 0iTh gender: Dg
SMSE = 0.252 embryo: Tv reprod: O

Zero-variate data
DataObservedPredicted(RE)UnitDescriptionReference
tg36.41 36.44 (0.0007746)dgestation timePool1975
tx319 333.5 (0.0454)dtime since birth at weaningPoolCarp1982
tp639 642 (0.00463)dtime since birth at pubertyPoolCatl1974
am9125 9355 (0.02517)dlife spanAnAge
Lb0.88 0.6543 (0.2565)cmhead length at birthPoolCarp1982
Lx 13 12.59 (0.03157)cmhead length at weaningPoolCarp1982
Lp16.4 17.48 (0.06594)cmhead length st pubertyPoolCarp1982
Li18.5 21.64 (0.1695)cmultimate head lengthPoolCarp1982
Wwb0.8 0.9038 (0.1298)gwet weight at birthPool1975
Wwx6500 6439 (0.009414)gwet weight at weaningPool1975
Wwp1.74e+04 1.724e+04 (0.009282)gwet weight at pubertyPool1975
Wwi3.5e+04 3.268e+04 (0.06633)gultimate wet weightPoolCarp1982
Ri0.00274 0.002798 (0.0214)#/dmaximum reprod ratePoolPilt1964
pL7.28e+07 2.406e+05 (0.9967)J/daverage yearly milk productionCorkDove1989
JO94.65 96.78 (0.02254)ml O2/minO2 consumptionDawsMunn2000
Uni-variate data
DatasetFigure(RE)Independent variableDependent variableReference
tL see Fig. 1 (0.08042)time since birthhead lengthPoolCarp1982b
tW see Fig. 2 (0.09637)time since birthwet weightPoolCarp1982b
Pseudo-data at Tref
DataGeneralised animalMacropus giganteusUnitDescription
v 0.02 0.06735cm/denergy conductance
kap 0.8 0.7596-allocation fraction to soma
kap_R 0.95 0.95-reproduction efficiency
p_M 18 24.46J/d.cm^3vol-spec som maint
k_J 0.002 0.0021/dmaturity maint rate coefficient
kap_G 0.8 0.7998-growth efficiency

Discussion

  • 90 percent of milk production originates from upregulation

Bibliography

  • [Wiki] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macropus_giganteus.
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Jessica Ridenour, 2012/11/16 (last modified by Bas Kooijman 2016/11/14)

accepted: 2016/11/14

refer to this entry as: AmP Macropus giganteus version 2016/11/14 bio.vu.nl/thb/deb/deblab/add_my_pet/