Research Paper Volume 10, Issue 10 pp 2709—2722

Increased environmental temperature normalizes energy metabolism outputs between normal and Ames dwarf mice

Figure 2. Increased eT increased adiposity in both normal and dwarf mice. (a) Total fat weight from the epididymal, perirenal, subcutaneous, and brown adipose depots, (b) percent body fat, (c) weight of the epididymal fat depot as a % body weight, (d) weight of the perirenal fat depot as a % body weight, (e) weight of the subcutaneous fat depot as a % body weight, (f) weight of the brown fat depot as a % body weight (n = 6-8). N = normal, df/df = dwarf. The results of the Two-way ANOVA are reported as G (effect of genotype), T (effect of temperature), and GxT (interaction of genotype and temperature). Significant effects (P < 0.05) are in bold text.