No. 27 (160), issue 20
Pages 26-27

At sportsmen in rest the interrelation between indicators of variability of a warm rhythm and morphological structure of blood is studied. The associativity in reorganisation of physiological mechanisms of regulation of warm activity and concentration significances of haemoglobin in blood is revealed.

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