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Whitbourne, S. K. (1985) "The Aging Body: Physiological Changes and Psychological Consequences"

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  1. osteoarthritis Digital Ageing Atlas
  2. mouth becomes drier Digital Ageing Atlas
  3. bone becomes more brittle, less flexible Digital Ageing Atlas
  4. mineralization of bone tissue increases Digital Ageing Atlas
  5. bone porosity increases Digital Ageing Atlas
  6. calcium absorption in intestine decreases Digital Ageing Atlas
  7. increase in incidence of diverticulosis Digital Ageing Atlas
  8. weakening of intestinal wall Digital Ageing Atlas
  9. atrophy of all four layers of large intestine Digital Ageing Atlas
  10. reduction in small intestine absorption rate Digital Ageing Atlas
  11. atrophy of mucosal lining in small intestine Digital Ageing Atlas
  12. gastric secretions diminish Digital Ageing Atlas
  13. maximum volume of air in lungs decreases Digital Ageing Atlas
  14. work done by respiratory muscles increases Digital Ageing Atlas
  15. rigidity of ribs and muscles increases Digital Ageing Atlas
  16. number of alveoli decreases Digital Ageing Atlas
  17. alveolar duct size increases Digital Ageing Atlas
  18. ventilatory rate at maximum exertion decreases Digital Ageing Atlas
  19. fractures are cleaner Digital Ageing Atlas
  20. neurotransmitter and neuro receptor concentrations are altered Digital Ageing Atlas
  21. weaker digestive tract muscle contractions Digital Ageing Atlas
  22. diminishing of glandular secretions Digital Ageing Atlas
  23. slowing down of peristaltic motion in alimentary canal Digital Ageing Atlas