body weight

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  • Info The term body weight is used colloquially and in the biological and medical sciences to refer to a person's mass or weight. more...
  • The same body weight over a smaller area means greater pressure on that area.
  • These changes in blood pressure occurred with no changes in body weight.
  • Brain growth is usually less affected than whole body weight or length.
  • They eat up to three times their own body weight daily.
  • Nevertheless, they may represent up to half of the female's body weight.
  • They believe health to be independent of body weight.
  • He felt his body's weight less on that miserable foot of his. Cited from Initials Only, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Birth weight is the body weight of a baby at its birth.
  • However, the hands in this case are allowed as much of the body's weight as the feet.
  • Also her snake-like hair is strong enough to hold up all of her body weight without much effort.
  • During this time the male does not feed and can lose nearly one quarter of his body weight.
  • The brain size to body weight ratio is higher than that of a human.
  • She has since then lost almost half her body weight since 2010.
  • This may continue every night for three or four months during which time the male may lose half his body weight.
  • Smith lost over half his body weight before succumbing to the disease.
  • The same is done for the seven female body weight categories.
  • He became only the fifth man to ever clean and jerk three times his own body weight.
  • Body weight can range between, although typically these birds average between, One mean body mass of was reported.
  • The average horse can carry up to approximately 30% of its body weight.
  • Smaller fish consume more oxygen per unit of body weight than larger fish.
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