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Dynamic energy and mass budgets in biological systems
SALM Kooijman
Cambridge University Press, 2000
16592000
Dynamic energy and mass budgets in biological systems
S Kooijman
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK, 2000
16582000
Dynamic Energy Budgets in Biological Systems—Theory and Applications in Ecotoxicology
S Kooijman
Press, Cambridge, 1993
1658*1993
Dynamic energy budget theory for metabolic organisation
S Kooijman
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2010
13002010
From molecules to ecosystems through dynamic energy budget models
RM Nisbet, EB Muller, K Lika, S Kooijman
Journal of animal ecology, 913-926, 2000
5062000
A safety factor tor LC50 values allowing for differences in sensitivity among species
S Kooijman
Water Research 21, 269-276, 1987
4531987
Fundamental connections among organism C: N: P stoichiometry, macromolecular composition, and growth
T Vrede, DR Dobberfuhl, S Kooijman, JJ Elser
Ecology 85 (5), 1217-1229, 2004
2752004
The analysis of aquatic toxicity data
S Kooijman, JJM Bedaux
VU University Press, 1996
2691996
Formalised DEB theory restores coherence in core biology
T Sousa, T Domingos, JC Poggiale, S Kooijman
Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London this volume, 2010
246*2010
Making sense of ecotoxicological test results: towards application of process-based models
T Jager, EHW Heugens, SALM Kooijman
Ecotoxicology 15, 305-314, 2006
2402006
From empirical patterns to theory: a formal metabolic theory of life
T Sousa, T Domingos, S Kooijman
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
2232008
Quantitative aspects of metabolic organization: a discussion of concepts
S Kooijman
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2001
2232001
The “covariation method” for estimating the parameters of the standard Dynamic Energy Budget model I: Philosophy and approach
K Lika, MR Kearney, V Freitas, HW van der Veer, J van der Meer, ...
Journal of Sea Research 66 (4), 270-277, 2011
1992011
Modeling fish growth and reproduction in the context of the Dynamic Energy Budget theory to predict environmental impact on anchovy spawning duration
L Pecquerie, P Petitgas, SALM Kooijman
Journal of Sea Research 62 (2-3), 93-105, 2009
1942009
Parametric analyses of mortality rates in bioassays
S Kooijman
Water Research 15 (1), 107-119, 1981
1761981
From food‐dependent statistics to metabolic parameters, a practical guide to the use of dynamic energy budget theory
S Kooijman, T Sousa, L Pecquerie, J Van der Meer, T Jager
Biological Reviews 83 (4), 533-552, 2008
1692008
Population dynamics on the basis of budgets
SALM Kooijman
Metz, JA J, & O. Diekmann (eds). The Dynamics of Physiologically Structured …, 1986
1601986
A biodiversity-inspired approach to aquatic ecosystem modeling
J Bruggeman, SALM Kooijman
Limnology and oceanography, 1533-1544, 2007
1482007
Simultaneous modeling of multiple end points in life-cycle toxicity tests
T Jager, T Crommentuijn, CAM van Gestel, SALM Kooijman
Environmental science & technology 38 (10), 2894-2900, 2004
1332004
The AmP project: comparing species on the basis of dynamic energy budget parameters
GM Marques, S Augustine, K Lika, L Pecquerie, T Domingos, ...
PLoS computational biology 14 (5), e1006100, 2018
1322018
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