Table 5.

. | Body mass . | Age . |
---|---|---|

Lean mass | r=0.601, P=0.00045* | r=0.0941, P=0.621 |

Lean mass (as % body mass) | r=-0.592, P=0.00056* | r=0.415, P=0.0227 |

Fat mass | r=0.615, P=0.00030* | r=-0.406, P=0.026 |

Fat content (as % body mass) | r=0.574, P=0.00091* | r=-0.457, P=0.011 |

Heart mass | r=0.614, P=0.00031* | r=0.173, P=0.360 |

Lung mass | r=0.490, P=0.0060* | r=0.080, P=0.675 |

. | Body mass . | Age . |
---|---|---|

Lean mass | r=0.601, P=0.00045* | r=0.0941, P=0.621 |

Lean mass (as % body mass) | r=-0.592, P=0.00056* | r=0.415, P=0.0227 |

Fat mass | r=0.615, P=0.00030* | r=-0.406, P=0.026 |

Fat content (as % body mass) | r=0.574, P=0.00091* | r=-0.457, P=0.011 |

Heart mass | r=0.614, P=0.00031* | r=0.173, P=0.360 |

Lung mass | r=0.490, P=0.0060* | r=0.080, P=0.675 |

The table shows partial correlation coefficients (*r*) and *P* values. Asterisks indicate *P* values remaining significant after sequential Bonferroni correction (adjusted α=0.0071). In younger animals, no body composition variable was significantly correlated with age after correction for body mass.

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