body weight ratio

body weight ratio

Body weight in grams divided by body height in centimeters.
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Since frequency and/or intensity of exercise differed between the studies, these factors may be related to the lack of changes in total cholesterol and soleus muscle weight/ body weight ratio, as shown for high- and moderate-intensity exercise (37).
The weight of thymus, spleen and bursa of fabricius were recorded and relative organ body weight ratio (organ weight/100g of live body weight) was calculated.
The liver and body weights of each mouse were measured, and the liver weight/ body weight ratio (LW/BW) was determined to assess the degree of liver regeneration.
Five birds from each group were killed on days 14, 21, 28 and 35 to check bursa to body weight ratio, bursometery, gross and histopathological lesions scoring.
In addition, experimental colitis markedly reduced eWAT/ body weight ratio and eWAT adipocyte size in WT mice, but not in FGF21-KO mice (Figures 2(c) and 2(d)).
Parameters of investigation were weight gain, feed conversion ratio (FCR), live to dressed body weight ratio; weight of various lymphoid organs i.e.
The liver to body weight ratio in group treated with passage 9 virus was non-significantly comparable to un-inoculated control group.
The club also finished second and third in their wilks scores (strength to body weight ratio) which was achieved by Andrew (second) and Chris Baker (third).
These findings are in accordance with the [11,14,19] It could be concluded that IBDV vaccines interfere with the NDV vaccine.4.2- Effects of IBD vaccine on humoral immune response and body weight ratio of thymus, bursa and spleen:The hot strain used in this study provokes more invasive andimmunosuppressive response than the intermediate strain.
Epididymal adipose tissue to body weight ratio was slightly and similarly higher in both fructose-fed animal groups versus CONT group (Figure 5(b)).
Alteration in body weight and/or organ to body weight ratio has been shown to imply toxicity arising from exposure to a toxicant [24,25].