# Question: 1.98 Divide De We Of Yes (Immed By Your Imple Ltd0615 Ml 9. Le Compare The Result Of The Experiments Performer Under Different Environ Y Calculate Some Corrections All Redu Volume) Bould Be Corrected The Metal Wall Ha Hem Herved Wer Conditions Of SIT (where STP = Band Emperature 10 “) And Pressure (160 Mm The Following Forwal May Be Used For This Purpose …

Question: 1.98 Divide De We Of Yes (Immed By Your Imple Ltd0615 Ml 9. Le Compare The Result Of The Experiments Performer Under Different Environ Y Calculate Some Corrections All Redu Volume) Bould Be Corrected The Metal Wall Ha Hem Herved Wer Conditions Of SIT (where STP = Band Emperature 10 “) And Pressure (160 Mm The Following Forwal May Be Used For This Purpose …

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1.98 Divide de we of yes (Immed by your Imple Ltd0615 ml 9. le compare the result of the experiments performer under different environ y calculate some corrections All redu volume) bould be corrected the metal wall ha hem herved wer conditions of SIT (where STP = band emperature 10 “) and pressure (160 mm The following forwal may be used for this purpose Voor – W X D X 273 – Corrected Volume TC. т – chamber tempor Voor meded volume in milies Webs-cherved volume in milliers The “Voor indicates the foxygen consumed by the animal ander standard conditions – 0.594 ml, min – Voor Example Voer- $15.762.m. X 2 760 mg (34C273 ) 6. You may asume that each normalnim eleme U Lilocalories of heat for each liter of exygen wed or 4calories of beat for each ml of oxygen used. Therefore heel prodoction can now be xelated from anyen consumption by multiplying the volume of oxygen used as determined above) by 48. This will give the number of calories of heat produced by the animal per minute Since IMR determinations we hased on the time interval of one hour, the number of calories produced per minute must be multiplied by 60 to cover to boars. The calculations continue below: Record your corrected voli 250 43 calories ml of oxygen (used for each 1 ml of oxygen) 60 minutes – 1 hour U. Y caloriestor 250 (volmin)X 4* X 60 Exemple: X 40, xe/ how – 171 cal/hour = 0.171 kcal hour 7. The production of heat by animal is related to that animal surface area (in this case) in square centimeters (see table below) There is a chance your mouse will weigh less than 35 gram. If so, just divide the weight of your mouse by 0464. This will give you the surface area of your mouse. Or, if you have a large mouse, you may use the following chart SURFACE AREA RELATIONSHIPS FOR SMALL ANIMALS: Weight of Animal Grums Surface Area cm Weight of Animal Crui Surface Area om 35 75.4 140 2696 40 150 2823 45 97.0 100 294.7 50 107.7 170 3069 55 1180 180 318.8 1297 190 200 210 3105 3435 60 65 70 75 30 150 1923 1331 1939 1614 3754 3861 19 4073 417.7 4200 210 240 250 250 220 200 90 95 100 110 2033 2154 203 300 130 Hy dividing the number of calories by m’of body surface, we will be obtained in standard IMR units (calories boom’s The calculation continue as follow -U8 Reed your calculated color hour Mouse’s fear 0.4067 Divide your calories bourby wartocera Example: 171 calor – 5.29 hour 33 cm Conversion to cal howm Example 0.17 kalhou 529 kcal/hour 0.00323 32.3 cm X 110,000 – 00323 mm Mouse weight 55 Review Questions (Comparison of Mouse IM to Human HMR) Research performed comice and human shows that mice consume 165 kgh compared to 0.21 LO/kg for human From your mouse data wer the following questions and compare the calculated value of kilocalories samed by the mouse to your kilocalories come from method of exercise 3.2 1. Convert your memor, commod/min, into Liters or med /hour 2. Calculate the Lohkg for your mouse (linti wwwer from question I divided by weight of moin ke 3. How does this compare to the given value? (Hint given value is in the paragraph at top of page)

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