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  • Robert F. Schmidt
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The references listed below, mostly major textbooks, monographs and review articles, were chosen by the authors of the individual chapters. Additional references can be found in the corresponding chapters of Human Physiology (R. F. Schmidt and G. Thews, eds.: Springer, Berlin — Heidelberg — New York, 1983).

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References for Chapter 1

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References for Chapter 2

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References for Chapter 4

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References for Chapter 5

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References for Chapter 6

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References for Chapter 8 and 9

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  • Robert F. Schmidt
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  1. 1.Physiologisches Institut der UniversitätWürzburgGermany

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