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To investigate whether higher metabolic rate is associated with aging in humans, this study examined whether energy expenditure, measured in a metabolic chamber over 24 hours and during rest predicts natural mortality.
Medcalfe also found that the resting metabolic rate as adults was 20% higher than if they had grown more steadily.
We examined sex-based differences in the metabolic rate of two species of wolf spider that differ in their degree of sexual dimorphism and predatory strategy.
NASDAQ: HARE) today announced the purchase, for an undisclosed amount of cash, notes and stock, of the exclusive worldwide rights to manufacture and market a unique hand-held device that will allow precise measurement of an individual's metabolic rate and daily caloric expenditure.
2006; 127: 1-14, SIRT1 was shown for the first time in a human population to accelerate metabolic rate.
For instance, an animal's metabolic rate appears to be proportional to mass to the 3/4 power, and its heart rate is proportional to mass to the--1/4 power.
INFLUENCE OF FOOD AND PHOTOPERIOD ON THE METABOLIC RATE OF BANDED SCULPIN, COTTUS CAROLINAE.
Every time you exercise your metabolic rate stays elevated for several hours after stopping the workout.