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Does low daily energy expenditure drive low metabolic capacity in the tropical robin, Turdus grayi?

Does low daily energy expenditure drive low metabolic capacity in the tropical robin, Turdus grayi?

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WAGNER, Dominique N., Patrick M. MINEO, Carrie SGUEO, Martin WIKELSKI, Paul J. SCHAEFFER, 2013. Does low daily energy expenditure drive low metabolic capacity in the tropical robin, Turdus grayi?. In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 183(6), pp. 833-841. ISSN 0174-1578. eISSN 1432-136X. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00360-013-0747-2

@article{Wagner2013daily-38236, title={Does low daily energy expenditure drive low metabolic capacity in the tropical robin, Turdus grayi?}, year={2013}, doi={10.1007/s00360-013-0747-2}, number={6}, volume={183}, issn={0174-1578}, journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology B}, pages={833--841}, author={Wagner, Dominique N. and Mineo, Patrick M. and Sgueo, Carrie and Wikelski, Martin and Schaeffer, Paul J.} }

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