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Unusual allometry between respiration rate and body size in Chaoborus species

Respiration rates of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis at different temperatures

Estimating stem maintenance respiration rates of dissimilar balsam fir stands

Respiration rates of dominant hydromedusae in the North Inlet tidal estuary during winter and summer

Respiration rates of the copepod Pseudodiaptomus annandalei in tropical waters: beyond the thermal optimum

Rapid temperature acclimation of leaf respiration rates in Quercus alba and Quercus rubra

Changes in rates of photosynthesis and respiration during needle development of loblolly pine

Patterns of root respiration rates and morphological traits in 13 tree species in a tropical forest

No diurnal variation in rate or carbon isotope composition of soil respiration in a boreal forest

Comparison of temperature effects on soil respiration and bacterial and fungal growth rates

Evaluation of acoustic respiration rate monitoring after extubation in intensive care unit patients

Effects of Elevated Co2 Leaf Diets on Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) Respiration Rates

Respiration and germination rates of tomato seeds at suboptimal temperatures and reduced water potentials

A note on the report by M. B. Lavingne and M. G. Ryan relating stem maintenance respiration rate to stem growth rate

The effect of viral concentrate addition on the respiration rate of Chaetoceros gracilis cultures and microplankton from a shallow bay (Coliumo, Chile)

Population biomass, feeding, respiration and growth rates, and carbon budget of the scyphomedusa Aurelia aurita in the Inland Sea of Japan

Influence of heart rate, respiration and recipient atrial contraction on pulsed wave transmitral Doppler flow indices in orthotopic heart transplant recipients

 

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The rate at which the concentration of oxygen is reduced by respiration.

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