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生活形態と身長,体重,%Fatに関する比較研究

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概要 Measurement of height, weight and skifold thickness were carried out on seven Nepalese groups and three Japanese groups as a basic research of the Health Scientific Expedition in Nepal. Every adult ma...le groups had the different living style such as habitual accivities, eating habit and so on each other. Groups of residents in rural districts of Nepal showed mean height lower than city dwellers' groups such as Japanese groups and Nepalese groups in Kathmandu City. The city dwellers had the inactive living style and ate meat every day. Most of residents in rural districts were very active and ate high carbohydrate diets twice a day. Mean height of all Nepalese groups were lower than those of all Japanese groups. However, it is considered that the Nepalese was not genetically small races and the height is deeply influenced by the socio-economical conditions such as diet etc.. Some differences were found in mean weight of each group e.g. all Nepalese groups showed mean weight lower than all Japanese groups. However, these differences depended mainly on the difference of height, therefore, the difference of relative weight was not remarkable. %Fat was estimated from skinfold thickness according to Nagamine and Brozek. Relations among habitual activities, eating habits and %Fat were not clear e.g. mean %Fat of very active farmers' groups in rural districts of Nepal were almostly same as those of inactive city dwellers. These results suggest the possiblity that mean height of masses may be affected more intensively than mean %Fat or relative weight of masses by the changes of living style.続きを見る

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登録日 2009.09.08
更新日 2018.06.12