Further Reading

Brown JH, Gillooly JF, Allen AP, Savage VM, and West GB (2004) Toward a metabolic theory of ecology. Ecology 85: 1771-1789. Charlesworth B (1980) Evolution in Age-Structured Populations.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dobzhansky T (1950) Evolution in the tropics. American Scientist 38: 209-221.

Koztowski J and Konarzewski M (2004) Is West, Brown and Enquist's model of allometric scaling mathematically correct and biologically relevant? Functional Ecology 18: 283-289.

Koztowski J, Konarzewski M, and Gawelczyk AT (2003) Intraspecific body size optimization produces interspecific allometries. In: Blackburn TM and Gaston KJ (eds.) Macroecology: Concepts and Consequences, pp. 299-320. Oxford: Blackwell.

MacArthur RH (1962) Some generalized theorems of natural selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 48: 1893-1897.

MacArthur RH and Wilson EO (1967) The Theory of Island Biogeography. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Mylius SD and Diekmann O (1995) On evolutionarily stable life histories, optimization and the need to be specific about density dependence. Oikos 74: 218-224.

Pianka ER (1970) On r-and K-selection. American Naturalist 104:592-597.

Promislow DEL and Harvey PH (1990) Living fast and dying young: A comparative analysis of life-history variation among mammals. Journal of Zoology 220: 417-437.

Read AF and Harvey PH (1989) Life history differences among the eutherian radiation. Journal of Zoology 219: 329-353.

Reynolds JD (2003) Life histories and extinction risk. In: Blackburn TM and Gaston KJ (eds.) Macroecology: Concepts and Consequences, pp. 195-217. Oxford: Blackwell.

Reznick D, Bryant MJ, and Bashey F (2002) r- and K-selection revisited: The role of population regulation in life-history evolution. Ecology 83: 1509-1520.

Roff DA (2002) Life History Evolution. Sunderland: Sinauer.

Stearns SC (1977) The evolution of life history traits: A critique of the theory and a review of the data. Annual Review of Ecology of Systematics 8: 145-171.

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