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Dr. M. Sharmila and *Dr. G. Swathi


Ageing may be defined as sum total of all changes that occurs in man with the passages of time and lead to functional impairment and death. The whole body weight of the animal is based on the water or hydration level as 80% of its availability is in tissue composition and the remaining is made up of proteins, minerals and other intracellular components. The relative relationship between organ weights versus total body weight has a functional relevance in terms of biometric and physiological events. Proteins are biochemical compounds consisting of one or more polypeptides typically folded into a globular or fibrous form, facilitating a biological function. The animals of each age group were divided into two batches of six each i.e., Control (C) and Exercised (E) rats. Three months exercise period was selected for the present study. The body weights were recorded at an interval of one week for a period of three months in young and old, control and treadmill exercised rats. The body weights of individual rat were normalized to 100gm and 200gm for young and old rats respectively. In the present study the influence of protein was examined in selected tissues of male Wister strain albino rats with particular reference to ageing.

Keywords: Body weight, Protein, Myosin, Actin.

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