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Linking secondary structure of individual size distribution with nonlinear size-trophic level relationship in food webs

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1890_13_0742_1

Linking secondary structure of individual size distribution with nonlinear size-trophic level relationship in food webs

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Linking secondary structure of individual size distribution with nonlinear size-trophic level relationship in food webs

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Linking secondary structure of individual size distribution with nonlinear size-trophic level relationship in food webs

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United States: Ecological Society of America

Journal title

Ecology (Durham), 2014, Vol.95 (4), p.897-909

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1890_13_0742_1

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English

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United States: Ecological Society of America

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Existing individual size distribution (ISD) theories assume that the trophic level (TL) of an organism varies as a linear function of its log-transformed body size. This assumption predicts a power-law distribution of the ISD, i.e., a linear relationship between size and abundance in log space. However, the secondary structure of ISD (nonlinear dom...

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Linking secondary structure of individual size distribution with nonlinear size-trophic level relationship in food webs

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1890_13_0742_1

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1890_13_0742_1

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0012-9658

E-ISSN

1939-9170

DOI

10.1890/13-0742.1

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