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Calculates parameters from Q10 temperature coefficient for chemical or biological systems. This function can be used in two ways. 1. if four of the first five parameters are given (`Q10`

, `R1`

, `R2`

, `T1`

, `T2`

) then the fifth parameter is returned, or 2. if `R_vec`

and `T_vec`

are given, then the best Q10 for those data is returned.

1 |

`Q10` |
factor by which rate changes due to 10 °C increase in temperature. |

`R1` |
rate 1. |

`R2` |
rate 2. |

`T1` |
temperature 1 (in °C). |

`T2` |
temperature 2 (in °C). |

`R_vec` |
a vector of rate values. |

`T_vec` |
a vector of temperature values (in °C). |

`model` |
logical. If |

*Q10 = (R2 / R1) ^ (10 / (T2 - T1))*

Matthew A. Birk, [email protected]

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Q10(R1 = 5, R2 = 10, T1 = 10, T2 = 20) # Returns Q10; = 2
Q10(Q10 = 2.66, R1 = 5, T1 = 10, T2 = 20) # Returns R2; = 13.3
# My species has an MO2 of 9.5 umol/g/h at 10 *C. What MO2 should I expect at 13 *C?
Q10(Q10 = 2, R1 = 9.5, T1 = 10, T2 = 13) # expect ~11.7 umol/g/h at 13 *C.
# I measured MO2 at a spectrum of temperatures. What Q10 value best fits my data?
Q10(R_vec = c(1, 2, 5, NA, 18, 33), T_vec = c(0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50))
# I want to see a plot of my data with a Q10 curve through them.
T_vec = c(5, 13, 13, 20, 27) # dummy data
R_vec = c(1, 3, 4, 9, 20)
curve_x = data.frame(T_vec = seq(5, 30, by = 0.01))
best_fit = Q10(R_vec = R_vec, T_vec = T_vec, model = TRUE)$model
curve_y = predict(best_fit, newdata = curve_x)
plot(T_vec, R_vec)
lines(curve_x$T_vec, curve_y)
# A 100 g individual at 10 *C has an MO2 of 1270 umol/h. How much
# would a 250 g individual likely consume at 14 *C?
Q10(Q10 = 2, R1 = scale_MO2(mass_1 = 100, MO2_1 = 1270, mass_2 = 250), T1 = 10, T2 = 14)
# Visualize MO2 scaling by mass and temperature:
mass <- seq(10, 200, 10)
temp <- 10:25
base_mass <- 50
base_temp <- 20
base_MO2 <- 750
mo2 <- outer(mass, temp, function(mass, temp){
scale_MO2(mass_1 = base_mass, mass_2 = mass, MO2_1 = Q10(Q10 = 2, R1 = base_MO2,
T1 = base_temp, T2 = temp))
})
persp(mass, temp, mo2, xlab = 'Mass (g)', ylab = 'Temperature (*C)', zlab = 'MO2 (umol / hr)',
theta = 35, phi = 15, expand = 0.5, ticktype = 'detailed', nticks = 10)
``` |

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