Predictions & Data for this entry

Model: abj climate: MC, ME migrate:
COMPLETE = 3.6 ecozone: MANW food: biPp
MRE = 0.162 habitat: 0jMp, jiMb gender: D
SMSE = 0.191 embryo: Mp reprod: O

Zero-variate data
DataObservedPredicted(RE)UnitDescriptionReference
ab 4 4.437 (0.1093)dage at birthCull1974
aj 35 8.235 (0.7647)dage at metamorphosisCull1974
ap365 377 (0.03274)dage at puberty Naid1970, ParsRobi1992
am7300 7317 (0.002268)dlife spanMacDThom1985
Lb0.0105 0.01279 (0.2181)cmshell length at birthCull1974
Lj0.035 0.02864 (0.1818)cmshell length at metamorphosisCull1974
Lp2.5 3.348 (0.3392)cmshell length at puberty Naid1970, LangRobi1987, ParsRobi1992
Li 23 16.68 (0.2747)cmultimate shell lengthADW
Wdb1.5e-07 1.137e-07 (0.2422)gdry tissue weight at birthguess
Wdj1e-06 1.276e-06 (0.2759)gdry tissue weight at metamorphosisguess
Wdp0.5 0.4581 (0.08386)gdry tissue weight at pubertyguess
Wdi 50 56.65 (0.133)gultimate dry tissue weightguess
Ri3e+05 2.705e+05 (0.09822)#/dmaximum reprod rate MacDThom1985, Guess
Uni-variate data
DatasetFigure(RE)Independent variableDependent variableReference
tL1 see Fig. 1 (0.07834)time since birthshell lengthMacDThom1988
tL2 see Fig. 1 (0.02632)time since birthshell lengthMacDThom1988
tL3 see Fig. 2 (0.1678)time since birthshell lengthRoddLund1994
LWd see Fig. 3 (0.2269)shell lengthtissue dry weightClaeBure1994
LN see Fig. 4 (0.1649)shell lengthfecundityMcGaSerc1992
WJO see Fig. 5 (0.2604)dry weightO_2 consumption rateGranCran1991
WJO1 see Fig. 6 (0.06403)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
WJO3 see Fig. 6 (0.07515)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
WJO6 see Fig. 6 (0.08257)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
WJO8 see Fig. 6 (0.04204)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
WJO10 see Fig. 6 (0.05052)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
WJO19 see Fig. 6 (0.05207)dry weightO_2 consumption rateShumBart1988
TJO see Fig. 7 (0.1545)temperatureO_2 consumption rateMacDThom1986
Pseudo-data at Tref
DataGeneralised animalPlacopecten magellanicusUnitDescription
v 0.02 0.001333cm/denergy conductance
kap 0.8 0.6715-allocation fraction to soma
kap_R 0.95 0.95-reproduction efficiency
p_M 18 28.52J/d.cm^3vol-spec som maint
k_J 0.002 0.0021/dmaturity maint rate coefficient
kap_G 0.8 0.8016-growth efficiency

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Romain Lavaud, 2018/01/22

accepted: 2018/01/23

refer to this entry as: AmP Placopecten magellanicus version 2018/01/23 bio.vu.nl/thb/deb/deblab/add_my_pet/