Further Reading

Baumgartner RN, Koehler K, Gallagher D et al. (1998) Epidemiology of sarcopenia among the elderly in New Mexico. American Journal of Epidemiology 147: 755-763. Ding M, Odgaard A, Linde F, and Hvid I (2002) Age-related variations in the microstructure of human tibial cancellous bone. Journal of Orthopedic Research 20: 615-621. Elia M (1992) Organ and tissue contribution to metabolic rate. In: Kinney JM and Tucker HN (eds.) Energy Metabolism. Tissue Determinants and Cellular Corollaries, pp. 61-77. New York: Raven Press.

Ellis KJ (2000) Human body composition: in vivo methods. Physiological Reviews 80: 649-680.

Forbes GB (1987) Human Body Composition: Growth, Aging, Nutrition, and Activity. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Gallagher D, Belmonte D, Deurenberg P et al. (1998) Organ-tissue mass measurement allows modeling of REE and meta-bolically active tissue mass. American Journal of Physiology 275: E249-E258.

Goran MI (2001) Metabolic precursors and effects of obesity in children: a decade of progress, 1990-1999. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 73: 158-171.

He Q, Horlick M, Fedun B, Wang J, Pierson RN Jr, Heshka S, and Gallagher D (2002) Trunk fat and blood pressure in children through puberty. Circulation 105: 1093-1098.

Kleiber M (1961) The Fire of Life, and Introduction to Animal Energetics. New York: Wiley.

Roche AF, Heymsfield SB, and Lohman TG (eds.) (1996) Human Body Composition. Champaign: Human Kinetics.

Snyder WS, Cook MJ, Nasset ES et al. (1975) Reports of the task group on reference men. International Commission on Radiological Protection 23. Oxford: Pergamon.

Wang Z, Pierson RN Jr, and Heymsfield SB (1992) The five level model: a new approach to organizing body composition research. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 56: 19-28.

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