Perspective: Nutrient Intake Chronophysiology: A Rising Public Health Concern

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  • Akbar Nikkhah University of Zanjan

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https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-5634.2014.03.04.1

Abstract

Perspective: Nutrient Intake Chronophysiology: A Rising Public Health Concern

Author Biography

Akbar Nikkhah, University of Zanjan

Animal Sciences

References

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2014-12-22

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