Further Reading

Biro PA, Abrahams MV, Post JR, and Parkinson EA (2006) Behavioural trade-offs between growth and mortality explain evolution of submaximal growth rates. Journal of Animal Ecology 75:1165-1171.

Billerbeck JM, Schultz ET, and Conover DO (2000) Adaptive variation in energy acquisition and allocation among latitudinal populations of the Atlantic silverside. Oecologia 122: 210-219.

Conover DO and Schultz ET (1997) Natural selection and the evolution of growth rate in the early life history: What are the trade-offs? In: Chambers RC and Trippel EA (eds.) Early Life History and Recruitment in Fish Populations, pp. 305-332. London: Chapman and Hall.

Lima SL (1998) Stress and decision-making under the risk of predation: Recent developments from behavioral, reproductive, and ecological perspectives. Advances in the Study of Behavior 27: 215-290.

Sih A, Bell AM, Johnson JC, and Ziemba RE (2004) Behavioural syndromes: An integrative overview. Quarterly Review of Biology 79: 241-277.

Skulason S and Smith TB (1995) Resource polymorphisms in vertebrates. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 366-370.

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