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I don't think there is a single "class of graph" that isn't used in biology. In biology (just like in any other natural science), we have all kind of data types; non-ordinal variables boolean ordinal categorical numeric tree data other types of network data pure functions (from statistical or theoretical models) pictures sounds etc.. We make all kind of ...


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There are very many details to address in this question. I will try to keep it brief and keep the scope of your question in mind, which is rather narrow. I also think your friend is over-simplifying and misleading you, assuming he is honest about the explanation he gave you. We are talking about sexual reproduction, correct? Firstly, with 3+ parents: it's ...


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Yeah, it's hours. Further down in the paper, you can read, The mass exponent was estimated to be −0.33 (b in Eq. (4)) for the specific metabolic rate \begin{equation} V_{O_{2}} (mg\space {O_{2}} \cdot kg^{-1} \cdot h^{-1}) \end{equation} Rate by very definition implies an extent of time; since mg refers to oxygen and kg refers to water, the only ...


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