Body Composition in Biological Anthropology
Cambridge University Press, 1991. 1. 17. - 345페이지
This volume provides a thought-provoking perspective on the empirical and analytic study of body form and composition. The techniques used for measuring body components such as fat, water, lean tissue, bone mass and bone density are evaluated against potential 'gold standards'.
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Epidemiological indices anthropometric and cadaver
Determination of body water
Estimation of bone mass
Developmental changes growth and aging
Genetic influences upon body composition
Pathological disturbances of body composition
Human adaptability and body composition
adaptation adipocytes adipose tissue adult anorexia nervosa anthropometric athletes average Biol biological body composition body density body fat body form bone mass cadaver calcium cells changes circumference Clin coefficient computed tomography correlation creatinine cross-section decrease determined diet distribution Durnin effects energy environment environmental equations estimates of body exercise extracellular factors fat content female fluid Forbes g/cm genetic growth habitat hormone human hydrostatic increase individual intake Katch lean body mass lean mass lean tissue limb Lohman loss male malnutrition measurements metabolism method muscle mass nitrogen normal Nutr nutrition obesity osteoporosis Parizkova percentage of body Phys physical activity Physiol population potassium prediction protein radiographs ratio relationship relative residual volume Shephard skeletal skinfold readings skinfold thickness sodium Sports standard stature studies subcutaneous fat subjects subscapular substantial suggested Table Tanner technique total body fat total body mass total body water triceps variables weight women