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Vol 13, No 1-1 (2017) Increasing human adaptation possibilities through adaptation to stressful situations
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Mosina N.V., Mosin O.V.
Vol 12, No 1 (2016) Morphological and some physiological features of the development of the female body and its adaptation to physical stress
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Khorkova A.S.
Vol 12, No 1 (2016) Features of cellular and humoral immunity athletes Khanty-Ugra
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Stogov M.V., Nenenko N.D.
Vol 12, No 1 (2016) Anthropometric and somatometric characteristics of girls athletes Khanty-Ugra
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Nenenko N.D., Kuchin R.V., Brutov D.S.
Vol 11, No 1 (2015) Ethnolinguistic tolerance in cross-cultural dialogue
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Vafeev R.A.
Vol 13, No 1-1 (2017) Some physiological characteristics of girls - descendants of migrants of the first generation living in the territory of KHMAO-Yugra, who practice combative sports
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Maksimova T.A., Stogov M.V., Chernitsyna N.V.
Vol 13, No 1-1 (2017) Features of psychophysiological adaptation of students to study at university in conditions of uncomfortable climatic region in the course of regular aerobics
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Nenenko N.D., Agafonova S.V.
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