isodynamic law

i·so·dy·nam·ic law

for energy purposes, the different foodstuffs may replace one another in accordance with their caloric values when burned in a calorimeter.

isodynamic law

[ī′sōdīnam′ik]
the rule that for energy purposes different foods may replace one another in accordance with their caloric values, as determined when burned in a calorimeter.

iso·dy·nam·ic law

(īsō-dī-namik law)
For energy purposes, different foodstuffs may replace one another in accordance with their caloric values when burned in a calorimeter.