Rapid growth results in increased susceptibility to predation in Menidia menidia

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  • Conover D
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Several recent studies have demonstrated that rapid growth early in life leads to decreased physiological performance. Nearly all involved experiments over short time periods (

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  • Cost of growth
  • Growth trade-off
  • Menidia menidia
  • Pomatomus saltatrix
  • Risk sensitive foraging
  • Size-dependent mortality

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