composition of the body

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Electrical Conductivity to Predict Body Composition of Mammals and the Effect of Gastrointestinal Contents

Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis of the Body Composition of Nigerian Children with Calcium‐deficiency Rickets

Bioelectrical impedance analysis of the body composition of Nigerian children with sickle cell disease

Influences of body composition upon the relative metabolic and cardiovascular demands of load-carriage

641PThe influence of body composition on the systemic exposure of paclitaxel in esophageal cancer patients

Does Body Mass Index Adequately Capture the Relation of Body Composition and Body Size to Health Outcomes?

Trunk Muscle Composition as a Predictor of Reduced Functional Capacity in the Health, Aging and Body Composition Study: The Moderating Role of Back Pain

Morphology and Body Composition Predict Ovipositional History of Female Smokybrown Cockroaches (Dictyoptera: Blattidae) in the Laboratory

The Effects of Dairy Products on Body Composition, Bone Mineralization, and Weight in Adolescent Girls

The Role of Radiologic Methods in Assessing Body Composition and Related Metabolic Parameters

Daphnia magna feeding on Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii: the role of food composition, filament length and body size

Cytokines and neurohormones relating to body composition alterations in the wasting syndrome of chronic heart failure



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By far the largest component of the body is water, accounting for some 60% of the total weight, which in a 70 kg person amounts to about 40 litres. Of ...

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