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Energy and mass

Mass, metal, and energy feedback in cosmological simulations


Energy, momentum and mass outflows and feedback from thick accretion discs around rotating black holes

Under- and Overreporting of Energy Intake using Urinary Cations as Biomarkers: Relation to Body Mass Index

Body mass regulation in response to changes in feeding predictability and overnight energy expenditure

Review: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Physics: Locality, Fields, Energy and Mass

Underreporting of energy, protein and potassium intake in relation to body mass index

Influence of Fat-Free Mass and Functional Status on Resting Energy Expenditure in Underweight Elders

The spectral energy distribution and mass-loss history of IRC + 10420

A comprehensive nbody study of mass segregation in star clusters: energy equipartition and escape

Dark matter and dark energy accretion on to intermediate-mass black holes

Leaf area distribution and radiative transfer in open-canopy forests: implications for mass and energy exchange

Non-thermal insights on mass and energy flows through the Galactic Centre and into the Fermi bubbles

Relation of Height, Body Mass, Energy Intake, and Physical Activity to Risk of Renal Cell Carcinoma: Results from the Netherlands Cohort Study

Off-Mass-Shell Behaviors of Nucleon Self-Energies and the Gamow-Teller Sum Rule in the Relativistic Hartree-Fock Approach

Effects of feeding time constraints on body mass regulation and energy expenditure in wintering dunlin (Calidris alpina)

Serum hepatocyte growth factor is associated with truncal fat mass and increased mortality in chronic kidney disease stage 5 patients with protein-energy wasting

Flux and energy modulation of redshifted iron emission in NGC 3516: implications for the black hole mass


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