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The Journal of Gravitational Physiology invites the submission of original experimental or observational papers on subjects in the field of gravitational physiology. Review articles, theoretical papers and historical or biographical articles will also be solicited by the Editor for publication.

The wide scientific span of the Journal rests on physiology as its keystone. Gravitational physiology is considered to include the effects on cells and physiological organs and systems of humans, animals and plants of changes in the magnitude and directions of the gravitational force environment. The effects of weightlessness during space flight, high sustained G forces and chronic acceleration, vibration, impact and the various forms of simulated weightlessness are also included, as well as is consideration of the evolutionary consequences of gravity and the role of gravity in the manifestation of scale effects in animals and plants.



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