Influences of muscle, fat and hormones on bone development in women : a cross-sectional and longitudinal study spanning three generations
Published inStudies in sport, physical education and health
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
kehon koostumus puberty girls premenopause postmenopause body composition bone muscle fat mass lean mass insulin-like growth factor-1 estradiol testosterone Pitkittäistutkimus Poikkileikkaustutkimus luusto kehitys lihakset rasvakudokset hormonit estradioli testosteroni tytöt naiset murrosikä vaihdevuodet ikääntyminen
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