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Definition of the noun allometry

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noun - plural: allometries

  1. the study of the relative growth of a part of an organism in relation to the growth of the whole

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  1. [biology] The science studying the differential growth rates of the parts of a living organism's body part or process.

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Google previewDrug Design Strategies (2011)

Quantitative Approaches by David J. Livingstone, Andrew M. Davis

Allometry is an empirical approach to predicting pharmacokinetic parameters across species.

Allometry is a widely used technique in drug development.

Google previewPrinciples of Life (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Allometry is the study of the relationship of body size to shape, anatomy, physiology and finally behaviour, first outlined by...

Allometry is a wellknown study, particularly in statistical shape analysis for its theoretical developments, as well as in ...

Google previewReconstructing Human Origins, A Modern Sythesis (2016)

Anthropology, Anthropology by CTI Reviews

Allometry: Allometry is the study of the relationship between size and shape, first outlined by Otto Snell in1892andJulianHuxley in1932. Allometry is a wellknown study ...

Google previewThe Princeton Guide to Ecology (2016)

Biology, Ecology by CTI Reviews

Allometry is the study of the relationship of body size to shape, anatomy, physiology and finally behaviour, first outlined by...

Allometry is a wellknown study, particularly in statistical shape analysis for its theoretical developments, as well as in ...

Google previewBrain Mapping (2015)

An Encyclopedic Reference

Allometry Is the study of the relationship between organism size and its shape, anatomy, physiology, etc. (http://en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Allometry). Artifact Is an error in the representation of information introduced by the measuring equipment or ...

Google previewBringing Fossils to Life (2013)

An Introduction to Paleobiology by Donald R. Prothero

In fact, isometric growth is very rare in nature; allometry is the rule rather than the exception. In each case, we make our ...

Google previewDevelopment, Growth, and Evolution (2000)

Implications for the Study of the Hominid Skeleton by Paul O'Higgins, Martin J. Cohn

Allometry is a powerful tool, but there are several issues to be considered when using allometric analyses to correct for size in phylogenetic analyses. First, size ( especially body mass) is an important biological variable that is often the target of ...

Google previewEcology, From Individuals to Ecosystems (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Allometry is the study of the relationship of body size to shape, anatomy, physiology and ...

Google previewBiological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton (2011)

by M. Anne Katzenberg, Shelley R. Saunders

Ontogenetic allometry refers to shape variation that is related to growth. Static allometry is shape variation that correlates with adult size or size at some particular developmental stage. Bioinformatics The intersection of computer science and ...

Google previewModelling the Flying Bird (2008)

by C.J. Pennycuick

Allometry is the study of differences in shape between different animals (like birds ) that are all built on the same plan. This commonly takes the form of looking for deviations from a null hypothesis, which postulates that all animals in a particular ...

Google previewDictionary of Concepts in Physical Anthropology (1991)

by Joan C. Stevenson

"Quantitative Genetic Analysis of Multivariate Evolution, Applied to Brain: Body Size Allometry." Evolution 33:402-416. "Data from selection experiments on brain and body weights in mice support the conclusions that short- term differentiation ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Geomorphology (2013)

by Andrew Goudie, Visiting Professor and Special Adviser to the Principal Andrew Goudie

ALLOMETRY. Allometry is the measurement of proportional changes in parts of an organism and correlated with variation in size of the total organism (Gould 1966). Church and Mark (1980) have provided the most comprehensive discussion ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

Pertaining to allometry. 2. Descriptive of disproportional change in size of structure during development of an individual. 3. Relating to change measured ...

Google previewDictionary of Biological Psychology (2003)

by Philip Winn

allometry. (from Greek, allos: other, metron: measure) Allometry is the comparative measurement of the growth and size of parts of an organisms body in relation either to ...

Google previewThe Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, 3 Volume Set (2016)

by Susan Krauss Whitbourne

Allometric Meta-analysis Allometry is a term ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Evolution (2009)

by Stanley A. Rice

Allometry also helps to explain animal function. Larger animals need larger brains, because they have more sensory information to process and more muscles to control. However, brain size in mammals does not increase to the same extent ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

allometry. The growth of one part of an organism at a different rate from that of the whole organism. Allomyces. (order *Blastocladiales) A genus of *Fungi in which the *mycelium is branched and coenocytic (see COENOCYTE), attached to the ...

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