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Figure 2. From: Body Mass Growth in Common Marmosets: Toward a Model of Pediatric Obesity.

Relations among maternal factors, birth factors and growth (from Tardif and Bales, Am J Primatol 2004).

Suzette D. Tardif, et al. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2013 January;150(1):21-28.
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Figure 3. From: Body Mass Growth in Common Marmosets: Toward a Model of Pediatric Obesity.

Relation of average fat/lean mass ratios to age in normal (less than 14% body fat) and obese (>14% body fat) year-old marmosets. From Power, et al., 2012 Am J Primatol

Suzette D. Tardif, et al. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2013 January;150(1):21-28.
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Figure 1. From: Body Mass Growth in Common Marmosets: Toward a Model of Pediatric Obesity.

(a) Relation of birth weight to mean (+/− s.e.) early adult weight for subjects born into twin (●) versus triplet (▲) litters; (b) relation of mean birth weight to early adult weight categories of lean and obese for twins versus triplets.

Suzette D. Tardif, et al. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2013 January;150(1):21-28.

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