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Myosotis Massidda, Laura Corrias, Marco Scorcu, Giuseppe Vona and Maria Carla Calò

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Cristina Bernis and Carlos Varea

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Agnieszka Suder and Andrzej Sokołowski

somatic and motor development in healthy men from Cracow. Cracow: AWF Studia i Monografie 30. Gacek M, Chrzanowska M, Matusik S. 2004. Wybrane zachowania zywieniowe męz-czyzn w wieku 40-50 lat aktywnych zawo-dowo. In: E Bartnikowska et al., editors. Fizjologiczne uwarunkowania postępowa-nia dietetycznego. Warszawa: Wydawnic-two SGGW. 497-502. Han TS, McNeill G, Seidell JC, Lean MEJ. 1997a. Predicting intra-abdominal fatness from anthropometric measures: the influence of stature. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord 21:587-93. Han TS, Seidell JC, Currall JEP Morrison CE

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Paraskevi Tritsaroli

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Krzysztof Szostek, Katarzyna Mądrzyk and Beata Cienkosz-Stepańczak

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Francesc Ribot Trafí, Mario García Bartual and Qian Wang

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