Study on Some Morphological and Physical Indexes of Vietnamese People
Keywords:regions, physical, morphological, index, Vietnamese, student
Researches were carried out on 7000 students (3500 males and 3500Â 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 etcâ€¦ have increased compared with those registered in"Vietnamesesâ€™physiologic constants in 1975" and those in "Vietnameseâ€™ 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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