Vital Energetics: A Study in Comparative Basal Metabolism

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1. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Mice 65
2. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Rats67
3. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Guinea pigs.70
4. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Rabbits72
5. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Marmots (Nutrition Laboratory)74
6. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Cats75
7. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Macaques77
8. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Dogs79
9. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Goats (Nutrition Laboratory)81
10. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Chimpanzees (Nutrition Laboratory)82
11. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Sheep84
12. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Caucasian men--(Nutrition Laboratory Series I and II)89
13. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Miao males (Kilborn)90
14. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Male Araucanian Mapuches (Pi-Suñer)90
15. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight-Male Maya of Yucatan91
16. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Caucasian women93
17. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Female Tamils (Mason)94
18. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Female Malayalis (Mason)95
19. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Female Araucanian Mapuches (Pi-Suñer)95
20. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Cows, steers, and bulls (Nutrition Laboratory)100
21. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Horses101
22. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Small birds (Nutrition Laboratory)104
23. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Doves and pigeons (Nutrition Laboratory)105
24. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Hens106
25. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Cocks106
26. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Geese (Nutrition Laboratory)107
27. Total 24-hour basal heat production referred to body weight--Wild birds (Nutrition Laboratory)108
28. Curves showing the trend of total heat production with increasing weight, of animal species in the weight range from 8 to 800 gm.115
29. Curves showing the trend of total heat production with increasing weight, of animal species in the weight range from 1 to 5 kg.118
30. Curves showing the trend of total heat production with increasing weight, of animal species in the weight range from 10 to 100 kg.124
31. Curves showing the trend of total heat production with increasing weight, of animal species in the weight range from 100 to 850 kg.127

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