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Temperature dependence of competitive ability differs from that of growth rate
The effect of climate warming on future community composition is expected to be contingent on competitive outcomes, yet we currently lack mechanistic ecological understanding of how temperature affects competitive ability. Here, we combine resource competition theory with metabolic scaling theory and test hypotheses about how the temperature dependence of competitive ability changes with temperature. We find that the minimum resource requirement for growth, R* - an inverse indicator ofdoi:10.1101/2022.07.20.499942 fatcat:7tbmvtrylnfdpbcjukrafipr2m