Weight of pineal gland for reference adult

Range male 0.18g: female 0.15g grams
Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference Snyder WS, Cook MJ, Nasset ES, Karhausen LR, Howells GP, Tipton IH. Report of the Task Group on Reference Man. Oxford, United Kingdom: Pergamon Press, 1975. International commission on radiological protection, ICRP Publication 23, link p.206 bottom of page, heading '1' and p.207 table 89
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Comments P.206 under heading '1': "The weight of the pineal gland of male and female is presented as a function of post-natal age in Table 89 (ref. 632a, p. 821 see also refs. 24, p. 92 104, table 30 686, p. 75 715, p. 379 775, p. 162)."
Entered by Uri M
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