Comparative nutrition of man and domestic animals. Volume I. by Harold Hanson Mitchell

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Physiol. 148 (1947) 478-489) estimating the basal metabolism, Q, of a 15-kg. ^* and from M. M. Kunde and A. M. Steinhaus (Am. J. Physiol. 78 (1926) 127-135). Kg* Group 10. Blaxter, K. : J . Agr. Sei. 38 (1948) 207-215. Probably the minimum basal metabolism has not been attained in other studies on sheep. Group 11. Ritzman, E. , L. E. Washburn, and F. G. Benedict: New Hampshire Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. ββ (1936). Group 12. Bruhn, J. M. and F. G. Benedict: Proc. Am. Acad. Arts Sei. 71 (1936) 259-326.

And from M. M. Kunde and A. M. Steinhaus (Am. J. Physiol. 78 (1926) 127-135). Kg* Group 10. Blaxter, K. : J . Agr. Sei. 38 (1948) 207-215. Probably the minimum basal metabolism has not been attained in other studies on sheep. Group 11. Ritzman, E. , L. E. Washburn, and F. G. Benedict: New Hampshire Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. ββ (1936). Group 12. Bruhn, J. M. and F. G. Benedict: Proc. Am. Acad. Arts Sei. 71 (1936) 259-326. Group 13. Harris, J. A. and F. G. Benedict: Carnegie Inst. Wash. Bull.

850 66-43 78-3 7-37 9-22 1109 These computations were made with the unweighted data, and surface areas were computed by the Du Bois and Du Bois (1915) equation. For both men and women more constant values for basal metabolic rate, as measured by coefficients of variation, were secured using surface area as the unit of body size than when using the three-fourths power of the body weight. For the men the difference in coefficients is statistically insignificant, but for the women it is highly significant, with a probability of less than 0*1% (0-001).

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