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Coronary blood flow and its distribution under hypoxia in rats born and staying at a simulated altitude of 3500 meters comparison with sea level controls and those exposed to simulated altitude later in life



Coronary blood flow and its distribution under hypoxia in rats born and staying at a simulated altitude of 3500 meters comparison with sea level controls and those exposed to simulated altitude later in life



Bhatia, Balraj, Ghina And Baldev Singh (ed.). Selected Topics In Environmental Biology. Xxvi International Congress Of Physiological Sciences. New Delhi, India, Oct. 20-26, . Xiv 529p. Illus. Pergamon Press: New York, N.y., Usa; Oxford, England. ISBN 0-08-021210-7: 283-290




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