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underwater weighing
(62 times)
Nutritional Sciences
(33 times)
DXA (27 times)
BIA (16 times)
FFM (13 times)
1984 Body composition prediction in university football players.
urban wastewater
(18 times)
Environmental Health
(15 times)
AnMBR (4 times)
LCA (2 times)
OMWW (2 times)
2009 Co-treatment of olive-mill and urban wastewaters by experimental stabilization ponds.
uterine wet weight
(8 times)
(5 times)
EE (3 times)
ER (2 times)
GEN (2 times)
1993 Acute and permanent growth effects in the mouse uterus after neonatal treatment with estrogens.
untreated wastewater
(3 times)
Environmental Health
(3 times)
TWW (3 times)
ARGs (2 times)
HWW (2 times)
2020 Markers Specific to Bacteroides fragilis Group Bacteria as Indicators of Anthropogenic Pollution of Surface Waters.
underwater weighing method
(2 times)
Nutritional Sciences
(1 time)
ADP (1 time)
BIA (1 time)
CVs (1 time)
1998 Determination of percent body fat by the newly developed sulfur hexafluoride dilution method and air displacement plethysmography.
Universities Without Walls
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
CBR (1 time)
2020 Universities without Walls: A Blended Delivery Approach to Training the Next Generation of HIV Researchers in Canada.
upstream wastewater
(1 time)
(1 time)
CWI (1 time)
DWW (1 time)
EC (1 time)
2019 Seasonal variations of soil phosphorus and associated fertility indicators in wastewater-irrigated urban aridisol.
urban WW
(1 time)
Water Pollution
(1 time)
AMR (1 time)
HWW (1 time)
WW (1 time)
2020 Hospital discharges in urban sanitation systems: Long-term monitoring of wastewater resistome and microbiota in relationship to their eco-exposome.