In female patients, body mass index was 34.12 [+ or -] 6.91, BMR was 6172.40 [+ or -] 823.53, [BFM.sub.%] was 40.68 [+ or -] 5.15, [BFM.sub.kg] was 34.10 [+ or -] 11.52, FFM was 47.56 [+ or -] 6.74, TBW was 34.93 [+ or -] 4.99, and WHR was 0.85 [+ or -] 0.05.
For example, body composition may also be another important factor for evaluating the side effects; TBW can be a cheap, noninvasive indicator to evaluate hydration; and also, respiratory functions can rather be affected by fat mass, fat-free mass, and so on[14, 15]; thus, we hypothesized that these factors helps us to evaluate the respiratory performance.
BMI BMR Patients (mean [+ or -] SD) (mean [+ or -] SD) Female (n = 25) 34.12 [+ or -] 6.91 6172.40 [+ or -] 823.53 Male (n = 35) 28.72 [+ or -] 6.12 7126.06 [+ or -] 1035.63 BFM (%) BFM (kg) Patients (mean [+ or -] SD) (mean [+ or -] SD) Female (n = 25) 40.68 [+ or -] 5.15 34.10 [+ or -] 11.52 Male (n = 35) 24.88 [+ or -] 8.23 21.80 [+ or -] 10.74 FFM TBW Patients (mean [+ or -] SD) (mean [+ or -] SD) Female (n = 25) 47.56 [+ or -] 6.74 34.93 [+ or -] 4.99 Male (n = 35) 61.08 [+ or -] 9.06 * 44.49 [+ or -] 7.54 * WHR Patients (mean [+ or -] SD) Female (n = 25) 0.85 [+ or -] 0.05 Male (n = 35) 0.96 [+ or -] 0.06 * [FEF.sub.25-75%][DELTA] was statistically correlated with FFM, TBW, and WHR in men.
Table 2: Five dominant species of birds recorded at TBWS 2009 to 2011.
Table 3: Categories of occurrence status of avian diversity recorded at TBWS.
In Pakistan development planners ignored the importance of biodiversity of protected areas and their role to human life.The present paper focuses to categories the biodiversity of TBWS and to identify the significant dependency of local community on biodiversity of the area.
Study Site: Present study was conducted (2009 to 2011) in TBWS (30o 30' N, 70o 50' E) which is located at an altitude of 137m in district Muzaffargarh, southern Punjab Pakistan.
The 41-year-old, who lives at a TBWS flat in Preston Park, North Shields, said: "We go on walks and use the Metro.
TBWS centre manager Helen Farrow said: "The response and feedback we have had is tremendous.
Helen Farrow, TBWS
centre manager, said: "The My Guide service will help to develop the independent lifestyle for North Tyneside's blind and partially sighted people."
Prior work has shown both the TBW and PSS to be malleable.
While sensory experience is undoubtedly an important element that influences perceptual plasticity, feedback signals that inform an individual regarding the accuracy of their perceptual judgments are likely to interact with sensory experience to influence temporal recalibration of the TBW and PSS.