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The Pace of Life of Juvenile Brown Trout - Inter- and Intra-individual Variation in Growth and Behaviour


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Title: The Pace of Life of Juvenile Brown Trout - Inter- and Intra-individual Variation in Growth and Behaviour
Authors: Näslund, Joacim
E-mail: joacim.naslund@bioenv.gu.se
joacim.naslund@gmail.com
Issue Date: 9-Oct-2015
University: University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Science
Institution: Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences ; Institutionen för biologi och miljövetenskap
Parts of work: Näslund, Joacim; Pauliny, Angela; Blomqvist, Donald; Johnsson, Jörgen I. 2015. DonaldTelomere dynamics in wild brown trout: effects of compensatory growth and early growth investment. Oecologia 177(4): 1221-1230.
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Näslund, Joacim; Sandquist, Lin; Johnsson, Jörgen I. Behaviour in a novel environment is associated with body size, but not affected by recent feeding history, in brown trout Salmo trutta fry. Manuscript

Näslund, Joacim; Johnsson, Jörgen I. State-dependent behavior and alternative behavioural strategies in brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) fry. Manuscript

Näslund, Joacim; Saarinen Claesson, Per; Johnsson, Jörgen I. Can a faster pace-of-life be safer? Investigating the growth-mortality trade-off in brown trout during the early-life selective bottleneck. Manuscript

Näslund, Joacim; Sundström, L. Fredrik; Johnsson, Jörgen I. Autumn food-restriction affects smoltification, but not over-winter performance in wild juvenile brown trout. Manuscript

Závorka, Libor; Aldvén, David; Näslund, Joacim; Höjesjö, Johan; Johnsson, Jörgen I. 2015. Linking lab activity with growth and movement in the wild: explaining pace-of-life in a trout stream. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 877-884.
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Date of Defence: 2015-10-30
Disputation: Fredagen den 30 oktober 2015, kl. 10.00, Föreläsningssalen Zoologihuset, Medicinaregatan 18A
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: Behavioural syndrome
Compensatory growth
Growth rate
Mortality
Salmo trutta
Pace-of-life syndrome
State-dependent behaviour
Trade-off
Abstract: The pace-of-life (POL) syndrome hypothesis is the prevailing model used for explaining the differences in how animals live their lives. The POL syndrome is a framework connecting life-history traits (traits describing the characteristics of the life cycle of an organism) with behavioural and physiological traits, which can be used to describe differences between species, individuals and even within single individuals at different energetic states. A fast POL reflects attributes such as increased... more
ISBN: 978-91-628-9606-5
978-91-628-9605-8
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/40167
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