Study on Some Morphological and Physical Indexes of Vietnamese People

Mai Van Hung

Abstract


Researches were carried out on 7000 students (3500 males and 3500  females), at the age of 16-18. They come from some regions of Northern Vietnam, South Vietnam and Central Vietnam. The results show that in general, the indexes of height, weight, measurement of chest, heart rate etc… have increased compared with those registered in"Vietnameses’physiologic constants in 1975" and those in "Vietnamese’ anthropometry in 1990". Some indexes of students from different regions are different. This indicates that living environment has effects on these indexes include as: nutrition, psychological, physical activitity and economic and natural conditions


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regions, physical, morphological, index, Vietnamese, student

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