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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ER / energy retention

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Long Form:   energy retention
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2014 A benchmark comparison of deterministic and probabilistic methods for defining manual review datasets in duplicate records reconciliation. FIE
2013 Scintillation event energy measurement via a pulse model based iterative deconvolution method. DDLC, DGI, PMID
2010 A fast cardiac gamma camera with dynamic SPECT capabilities: design, system validation and future potential. S-SPECT, SR
2006 CZT detectors: How important is energy resolution for nuclear breast imaging? CZT
2005 Optimum energy window setting on Hg-201 x-rays photopeak for effective Tl-201 imaging. ---
1997 Partitioning of fat and protein in energy retention of growing animals. ---
1995 Na+/H+ and Na+/Ca2+ exchange in regulation of [Na+]i and [Ca2+]i during metabolic inhibition. HMA, MI
1994 Utilization of colostral energy by the newborn pig. CST, FHP, HP, IBW, ME
1993 Energy metabolism of growing pigs after transportation, regrouping, and exposure to new housing conditions as affected by feeding level. HP
10  1986 Energy and nitrogen metabolism of rabbits during pregnancy, lactation, and concurrent pregnancy and lactation. CPL, DM, MEI, NP
11  1985 Studies on the energy metabolism of the pregnant sow. 2. The partition and utilization of metabolizable energy intake in pregnant and non-pregnant animals. ME, MEm
12  1984 Energy metabolism and body composition of young pigs given low-protein diets. DM, ME
13  1984 High efficiency of energy utilization in 'cafeteria'-and force-fed rats kept at 29 degrees. CP, ME
14  1983 The influence of protein:energy value of the ration and level of feed intake on the energy and nitrogen metabolism of the growing pig. 1. Energy metabolism. DM, ME, MEm
15  1982 Intake energy, energy retention and heat production in lambs from birth to 24 weeks of age. HP, IE, MEI
16  1979 Estimates of maintenance requirement of growing lambs. ME, MEI
17  1978 The effects of plane of nutrition and environmental temperature on the energy metabolism of the growing pig. 3. The efficiency of energy utilization for maintenance and growth. ME