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Altitude and growth: a study of the patterns of physical growth of a high altitude Peruvian Quechua population



Altitude and growth: a study of the patterns of physical growth of a high altitude Peruvian Quechua population



American Journal of Physical Anthropology 32(2): 279-292




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PMID: 5437839

DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.1330320217


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