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close this bookCauses and Mechanisms of Linear Growth Retardation (International Dietary Energy Consultative Group - IDECG, 1993, 216 pages)
close this folderAdequacy of dietary mineral supply for human bone growth and mineralisation
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View the document1. Body content, biological role and childhood accretion rates
View the document2. Likely manifestations of mineral deficiencies in children
View the document3. Dietary intakes of children in developing countries
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