Using log–log scaling slope analysis for determining the contributions to variability in biological variables such as leaf mass per area: why it works, when it works and how it can be extended
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Volume 190, Issue 1, pages 5–8, April 2011
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Renton, M. and Poorter, H. (2011), Using log–log scaling slope analysis for determining the contributions to variability in biological variables such as leaf mass per area: why it works, when it works and how it can be extended. New Phytologist, 190: 5–8. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2010.03629.x
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