The association between amount of red muscle and mobility in fishes: A statistical evaluation View Full Text


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DATE

1991-04

AUTHORS

Robert L. McLaughlin, Donald L. Kramer

ABSTRACT

It is commonly accepted that more active fishes have a greater proportion of red muscle in their trunk musculature than do less active fishes. Further, the proportion of red muscle has been used to classify fish species into functional groups reflecting different activity patterns. Nevertheless, existing measures of both red muscle and mobility have several limitations, and the relationship between these parameters has never been evaluated quantitatively. Using data from the literature, we demonstrate a positive, statistical association between the proportion of red muscle in the caudal peduncle of marine fishes and a qualitative measure of mobility (categorization as sedentary vs. mobile based on natural-history accounts). Analyses of the frequency distribution of the proportion of red muscle also provide evidence for two subdistributions. However, this bimodality does not correspond with sedentary vs. mobile or sit-and-wait vs. active search dichotomies. More... »

PAGES

369-378

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TITLE

Environmental Biology of Fishes

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

30

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02027980

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02027980

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