Generalized size scaling of metabolic rates based on single-cell measurements with freshwater phytoplankton release_rev_04906e5b-df95-43df-8d21-e9e07e238073

by Silvia Zaoli, Andrea Giometto, Emilio Marañón, Stéphane Escrig, Anders Meibom, Arti Ahluwalia, Roman Stocker, Amos Maritan, Andrea Rinaldo


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