FFM


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FFM

Abbreviation for fat-free body mass.

FFM

fat-free body mass
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Baseline age, bone age and FFM were not different between rhythmic gymnasts and untrained controls, and increased similarly after the 3-year study period (Table 1).
Over the past years of knowing FFM, I find that they are not catering to this demographic.
Given FFM's lack of use in most markets, and given the poor utility for biotechnology of those approaches that are widely used, the present authors considered that FFM might offer hidden and as yet, unexplored, utility as a strategic planning model for biotechnology firms.
In all patients, there was a wide range in FM and FFM values across the BMI spectrum, Figure 1.
Interestingly, the mean difference in EE between walking and running when expressed relative to BM or FFM was the same for both genders (~0.
FFM also contains anti-nutrive compounds such as glucosinolates, tannins, phytic acid and sinapine (Matthaus and Zubr, 2000).
FFM employees will be transferred to PMC following the sale.
In the study, it was observed that weight, height, kg FFM had a significance influence on BMR.
The TBM resistive force protocol was inclusive of the fat component of body composition, whereas the FFM protocol was not.
As Havens partner Mark Adler, FFM CIO pointed out, "We all know that building an industry means more than having outside projects come and go or approving an occasional Michigan project for incentives -- we need to find out exactly what is keeping our residents from working in the film and production fields they love?
3% in men and women, respectively) in >75 y-old compared to 18 to 34-y-old subjects was greater than the FFM change (-11.