Statistical approaches to relationships between sitting height and leg length in adults.
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AbstractRelationships between sitting height (SH) and leg length (LL) in adults are almost always studied in terms of ratios such as the Cormic Index (CI), SH/stature, rather than as primary variables. They are affected by genetics and childhood nutrition.
CitationStatistical approaches to relationships between sitting height and leg length in adults. 2013, 40 (1):64-9 Ann. Hum. Biol.
JournalAnnals of human biology
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