Oxygen consumption rate showed the closest association with birth date, according to the results pub lished in the Journal of Physiology.
What does OCR stand for?
OCR stands for Oxygen Consumption Rate
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Marine snail oxygen consumption rate increased significantly (P < 0.
It can be seen that the oxygen consumption rate in catalyst layer increases with the increase of operating pressure.
Taking a series of oxygen measurements in the bubble and surrounding water, the team calculated the amount of oxygen flowing into the bubble before calculating the spider's oxygen consumption rate and found that the diving bell could extract oxygen from the most stagnant water even on a hot day.
To do so, they measured the fat cells' oxygen consumption rate in both cultures and surgical tissue samples from volunteers.
Lab experiments from ships have revealed that the squid can slow their oxygen consumption rate down by 80 to 90 percent, quite a feat for an active and muscular predator.
We calculated relative oxygen consumption rate (ROCR), reflecting respiratory activity, from the maximal linearly increasing fluorescence intensity slope (Fig.
Patients with severe sepsis had a statistically significant lower oxygen consumption rate than patients with SIRS at the level of P=0.