Calculate the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat using the following

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Calculate the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat using the following equation. ml O consumed/1 minute x 60 minutes/hour = ml O /hour Enter the oxygen consumption per hour. You answered: 6.3 ml O /hr. 30 2 2 2 Now that you have calculated the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat, you can calculate the metabolic rate per kilogram of body weight with the following equation (note that you need to convert the weight data from grams to kilograms to use this equation). Metabolic rate = (ml O /hr)/(weight in kg) = ml O /kg/hr Enter the metabolic rate. You answered: 1.575 ml O /kg/hr. 31 2 2 2 Calculate the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat using the following equation. ml O consumed/1 minute x 60 minutes/hour = ml O /hour Enter the oxygen consumption per hour. You answered: 6.4 ml O /hr. 32 2 2 2 Now that you have calculated the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat, you can calculate the metabolic rate per kilogram of body weight with the following equation (note that you need to convert the weight data from grams to kilograms to use this equation). Metabolic rate = (ml O /hr)/(weight in kg) = ml O /kg/hr Enter the metabolic rate. You answered: 1.568 ml O /kg/hr. 33 2 2 2 Calculate the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat using the following equation. ml O consumed/1 minute x 60 minutes/hour = ml O /hour Enter the oxygen consumption per hour. 34 2 2
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2020. 1. 13. PhysioEx Exercise 4 Activity 1 9/12 Experiment Data You answered: 6.3 ml O /hr. 2 Now that you have calculated the oxygen consumption per hour for this rat, you can calculate the metabolic rate per kilogram of body weight with the following equation (note that you need to convert the weight data from grams to kilograms to use this equation). Metabolic rate = (ml O /hr)/(weight in kg) = ml O /kg/hr Enter the metabolic rate. You answered: 1.5498 ml O /kg/hr. 35 2 2 2 Judging from their basal metabolic rates (an indicator of thyroid function), categorize the rats as hypothyroid (low thyroid levels; BMR below 1600), euthyroid ("good," or normal, thyroid levels; BMR = 1650-1750), or hyperthyroid (high thyroid levels; BMR above 1800) after the PTU injection. The normal rat is You correctly answered: hypothyroid. 36 Judging from their basal metabolic rates (an indicator of thyroid function), categorize the rats as hypothyroid (low thyroid levels; BMR below 1600), euthyroid ("good," or normal, thyroid levels; BMR = 1650-1750), or hyperthyroid (high thyroid levels; BMR above 1800) after the PTU injection. The thyroidectomized (Tx) rat is You correctly answered: hypothyroid. 37 Judging from their basal metabolic rates (an indicator of thyroid function), categorize the rats as hypothyroid (low thyroid levels; BMR below 1600), euthyroid ("good," or normal, thyroid levels; BMR = 1650-1750), or hyperthyroid (high thyroid levels; BMR above 1800) after the PTU injection.
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