|4.1 Zones of biological tolerance of species, in relation to climatic zones ||84|
|4.2 Model of eco-sensitivity and adaptability of organisms to environmental stimuli ||86|
|4.3 Model of adaptational changes of an organism in response to environmental stress (bio-adjustment) ||88|
|4.4 Adaptive changes of cardio-respiratory functions of humans, measured in various climatic conditions in industrial and urban settings in Poland ||89|
|4.5 Model of adaptive behaviour in modernisation: natural and socio-cultural environments ||90|
|4.6 Haemoglobin concentration plotted against hematocrite index in inhabitants of specified locations in Poland ||98|
|4.7 Infant mortality per 1,000 live births in Poland, 1946-1995, compared with annual percentage change in GNP ||102|
|4.8 Infant mortality rates in selected European countries, 1960, 1975 and 1985. ||103|
|6.1 Primary policy-making processes affecting life and health of populations ||136|
|7.1 Structural components of human ecosystems ||154|
|7.2 Biological and social constraints on fertility ||156|
|7.3 Prevalence of early maturers, experiencing menarche at age 12 or earlier, in selected Moroccan and Spanish populations ||158|
|7.4 Distribution of the interval between the birth of a last child and onset of menopause among women in urban Spain and in rural Morocco ||160|
|7.5 Variability of fertile life in selected Moroccan and Spanish populations ||163|
|7.6 Mean number of menstrual cycles experienced by Moroccan and Spanish women ||164|
|7.7 Variation in age at marriage in Spain, 1900-1985 ||165|
|7.8 Variability in some bio-social determinants of fecundity according to the level of education of Spanish women ||166|
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Book title: Health Ecology: Health, Culture, and Human-Environment Interaction.
Contributors: Morteza Honari - Editor, Thomas Boleyn - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1999.
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