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Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

enterprising or ambitious drive

an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

a healthy capacity for vigorous activity

any source of usable power

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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

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Investigations of energy metabolism in weanling barrows: The interaction of dietary energy concentration and daily feed (energy) intake.
If the dietary energy deficit is large enough the liver will be overwhelmed by the fat and products called ketones are produced which act to suppress immunity.
The present data suggest that weight training alone and aerobic training alone do not induce changes in self-reported dietary energy intake in the short term, such that the negative caloric balance would be due solely to the energy expenditure during exercise.
31) Although records covering longer than three to four days may reduce accuracy of total dietary energy intake, it was believed seven-day recordings were more suitable for representing dietary carnitine intake, as carnitine-rich foods are not necessarily consumed every day The subjects in the present study were provided with detailed feedback on their food intakes in order to maintain compliance over the full seven days.
By combining the dietary energy and protein sources, efficiency of utilisation and yield of microbial protein will be improved.
Both are made from sesame seed - tahini being a savoury food, while halawa is sweetened and provides an important dietary energy source for Egyptians.
Women athletes in general report less dietary energy intake than what would be expected with their levels of activity, suggesting that these women are, in fact, in an energy-imbalanced state," said Ms.
Rate of metabolizable energy extracted from digesta was the dietary energy demand divided by the capacity of the digestive tract (MJ.
A national research survey reports that alcohol is the third-highest single source of dietary energy in this country, accounting for more than five percent of the total.
In many developing countries, nearly three quarters of the dietary energy comes from cereals, whilst in the more affluent countries the figure is still around a third of that proportion.
Other chapters look at metabolism (how fish maintain life processes, the effects of water temperature, the energy costs of movement, and the utilization of metabolizable energy for maintenance) and growth (conditions affecting growth, potential growth rates, growth on reduced food rations and a summary of dietary energy requirements).
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