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Nutrition 33 (1947) 331-338. Group 4. Mitchell, H. H. and W. T. Haines: J. Agr. Research 34 (1927) 549-557; 927-943. Group 5. : J. Nutrition 10 (1935) 357-362. Group 6. Lee, R. : J. Nutrition 18 (1939) 489-500. The basal metabolism of a 3-5-kg. , Q = 40TPk,?. + 20. ^ Group 7. Benedict, F. G. and R. C. Lee: Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. No. 489 (1937). The basal metabolism of a 5-kg. , Q = 27-5 -f 49-8TFkg. The data for the goose are not included in the averages at the bottom of the table. Group 8.

Group 6. Lee, R. : J. Nutrition 18 (1939) 489-500. The basal metabolism of a 3-5-kg. , Q = 40TPk,?. + 20. ^ Group 7. Benedict, F. G. and R. C. Lee: Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. No. 489 (1937). The basal metabolism of a 5-kg. , Q = 27-5 -f 49-8TFkg. The data for the goose are not included in the averages at the bottom of the table. Group 8. Bruhn, J. : Am. J. Physiol. 110 (1934) 477-484. Group 9. The weighted means o f data obtained from P. E. Galväo. (Am. J. Physiol. 148 (1947) 478-489) estimating the basal metabolism, Q, of a 15-kg.

20. ^ Group 7. Benedict, F. G. and R. C. Lee: Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. No. 489 (1937). The basal metabolism of a 5-kg. , Q = 27-5 -f 49-8TFkg. The data for the goose are not included in the averages at the bottom of the table. Group 8. Bruhn, J. : Am. J. Physiol. 110 (1934) 477-484. Group 9. The weighted means o f data obtained from P. E. Galväo. (Am. J. Physiol. 148 (1947) 478-489) estimating the basal metabolism, Q, of a 15-kg. ^* and from M. M. Kunde and A. M. Steinhaus (Am. J. Physiol. 78 (1926) 127-135).

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