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Growth and development. III. Skin color in Negro infants and parents: its relationship to birth weight, reflex maturity, socioeconomic status, length of gestation, and parity



Growth and development. III. Skin color in Negro infants and parents: its relationship to birth weight, reflex maturity, socioeconomic status, length of gestation, and parity



Journal of Pediatrics 52(5): 547-558




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