BMR

BMR may refer to:

  • UK Music subsidiary British Music Rights
  • Basal metabolic rate, the amount of daily energy expended by humans and other animals at rest
  • Pegaso BMR, a 6x6 wheeled armoured personnel carrier produced in Spain
  • BMR Advisors, Indian tax advisory firm
  • Big Money Rustlas, a 2010 comedy film starring Detroit hip hop group Insane Clown Posse
  • Geoscience Australia's earlier form as the Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics
  • Bad Moon Rising (disambiguation)
  • Big Machine Records, an American independent record label specializing in country music artists
  • Buffalo Metro Rail, the primary mass transit system in Buffalo, New York

Other articles related to "bmr, bmrs":

Standard Metabolic Rate - Longevity - Organism Longevity and Basal Metabolic Rate
... than one gram, and so this MR will be referred to as BMR ... reveals that as ME increases over 25%, BMR approaches zero ... that for all W > one gram, where W is the organization of all of the BMRs of the organism's structure, but also includes the activity of the structure, as ME increases over 25%, MR/MPLS ...
Standard Metabolic Rate - Description
... BMR generally decreases with age and with the decrease in lean body mass (as may happen with aging) ... Increasing muscle mass increases BMR, although the effect is not significant enough to act as a weight-loss method ... exercise, while previously thought to have effect on BMR, has been shown in the 1990s not to correlate with BMR, when fat-free body mass was adjusted for ...
Standard Metabolic Rate - Physiology - Animal BMR
... Kleiber's law relates the BMR for animals of different sizes and the observations indicate that the BMR is proportional to the 3/4 power of body mass ...
Pegaso BMR
... The Pegaso 3560 BMR is a 6x6 wheeled armoured personnel carrier produced in Spain by Enasa since 1979 ... Pegaso BMRs are used by Spanish, Egyptian, Saudi Arabian, Moroccan and Peruvian Armies ... The Spanish Army BMRs (or BMR-600) have been instrumental in the performance of Spanish forces in international interventions in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Lebanon ...