- Oxidative phosphorylation efficiency, proton conductance and reactive oxygen species production of liver mitochondria correlates with body mass in frogs
Summary: Key bioenergetics parameters of mitochondria (proton leak, ATP production efficiency and reactive oxygen species production) are correlated with body mass in frogs.
- Scaling of cerebral blood perfusion in primates and marsupials
Summary: Brain blood flow rate increases with brain size and body size much faster in primates than in marsupial mammals, correlating with differences in cognitive ability.
- Membranes as a possible pacemaker of metabolism in cypriniform fish: does phylogeny matter?
Summary: Membrane unsaturation of cypriniform fish decreases with mass as predicted by the membrane pacemaker theory of metabolism, but the allometric patterns of changes in individual fatty acids depend on phylogeny.