Hormones, Thermogenesis, and Obesity: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Steenbock Symposium Held June 12th Through June 16th, 1988, at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, U.S.A.
Henry A. Lardy, Frederick W. Stratman
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1989 - Body temperature - 528 pages
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Hormonal Adaptations to Energy Balance and Imbalance and the Regulation
Thermogenesis and the Thermodynamic Regulation of Metabolism
A Common Mechanism to Account for Changes in Thermogenesis
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