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Anthropometric Standards. An Interactive Nutritional Reference of Body Size and Body Composition for Children and Adults. A. Roberto Frisancho, 2008, ISBN 13: 978-0-472-11591-4, ISBN 10: 0-472-11591-X, published in USA by The University of Michigan Press, price 85 USD, 335 pp., 143 growth references tables, 89 growth charts, complementary tables and figures, CD

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  • Vignerov, Jana, 2009. "Anthropometric Standards. An Interactive Nutritional Reference of Body Size and Body Composition for Children and Adults. A. Roberto Frisancho, 2008, ISBN 13: 978-0-472-11591-4, ISBN 10: 0-472-11591-X," Economics & Human Biology, Elsevier, vol. 7(1), pages 130-131, March.
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