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Height and survival at older ages among men born in an inland village in Sardinia (Italy), 1866-2006

Bibliographic reference Salaris, Luisa ; Poulain, Michel ; Samaras, Thomas T.. Height and survival at older ages among men born in an inland village in Sardinia (Italy), 1866-2006. In: Biodemography and Social Biology, Vol. 58, no. 1, p. 1-13 (2012)
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