Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
prethodni naslov Glasnik Antropološkog društva Jugoslavije (ISSN: 0351-1480) do 2007
izdavač(i) Antropološko društvo Srbije, Niš i Univerzitet u Nišu - Prirodno-matematički fakultet, Niš
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početna godina 2008
glavni urednik Perica Vasiljević, Univerzitet u Nišu, Prirodno-matematički fakultet, Departman za biologiju i ekologiju
adresa uredništva Bulevar dr Zorana Đinđića, 81-III-170,18000 Niš
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- Anthropometric characteristics of metabolically healthy overweight and obese women
- It is very well known that some obese per sons display a favorable metabolic profile de spite having higher body mass and excessive body fat ness. Data on prevalence and characteristics of this type of obesity are very heterogeneous, and the aim of this study was to analyze its prevalence in our population and to identify anthropometric characteristics of metabolically healthy obese persons. Study group consisted of 230 over weight or obese (BMI: 31.35±4.73 kg/m2) aged 51,90±11,45 years. According to values of to tal-, HDL- and LDL-cholesterol, tryglicerides and homeostasis model assessment-estimated insulin resistance, we defined metabolic profile of our subjects and analyzed differences in anthropometric characteristics (body mass, body height, total body fat and parameters of abdominal fat mass size) between metabolically healthy and metabolically obese women. We registered 14.35% metabolically healthy over weight or obese women. Comparing to metabolically obese women they were younger (44.77±14.49 vs. 53.01±10.52y) and higher (165.91±8.08 vs. 161.40±6.61 cm), with significantly higher values of sagittal abdominal diameter (25.10±5.39 vs. 23.01±4.76 cm) and lower values of WHR index (0.839±0.083 vs. 0.870±0.077). At the same time, metabolically healthy subjects had higher hip circumference, but the difference was not statistically significant. Body fat mass didn't differ significantly between these two groups. Our results point to some morphophenotypic differences between obese per sons with favor able and abnormal metabolic profile and confirmed age related in creasing of the metabolic risk. Identification of specific anthropometric profile could be important in understanding of factors that are involved or have protective role in the development of obesity-related complications.
- Anthropometrical characteristics of girls 7-8 years of age from the aspect of initial selection for rhythmic gymnastics
- The first step in correct planning and programming of activities in rhythmic gymnastics is selection and orientation of girls for engagement in this sport. Achieving top results in rhythmic gymnastics requires specific morphological characteristics of female gymnasts, including predominantly proportional body development, ideal weight, perfect body constitution, and absence of subcutaneous fat tissue. According to the usual practice, girls come in contact with gymnastic sports through developmental gymnastics, after which further selection is done based on morphological characteristics. The sample of 97 girls at the age of 7-8, from nine towns in Vojvodina, engaged in developmental gymnastics for at least one year, was tested for limiting effects of the girls' anthropometric characteristics on selection for rhythmic gymnastics. According to the current standard for body height and Brock index for that age, the sample of girls was reduced to 11 girls fulfilling these criteria. Apart from the conclusion that developmental gymnastics is a good sports activity for girls wishing to play rhythmic gymnastics, based on the comparison with FIG standards for general population, a conclusion is drawn that 7-8-year old girls being selected for rhythmic gymnastics have higher body height and lower body mass than their peers.
- Anthropometrical characteristics of newborn children in Kotor, during the year 1974. and 2004.
- Number of live born children in 1974. was 618 at Department for Gynecology and Obstetrics of Medical Centre in Kotor, In 2004. there was 445 newborn children, from whom were 233 (52,36%) boys and 212 (47,64%) girls. Average neonatal weight of newborn were 3389,17g, (3469,17) baby male weight were 3454,46 g (3538,67) and female 3331,29 g (3392,78) in 1974. (and 2004 ). Recumbent length of boys were 50,6 cm (51,89) and girls 50,33 (51.6 ) cm. Kids with low birth weight (4.53 % in 1974. and 1,57% in 2004) within live born children were frequently born from mothers younger than 20 and older than 40 years . Acceleration from 80g and about 1cm in relation to children born in 1974-2004. is noticeable. .
- Anthropometrical characteristics of premenarcheal and postmenarcheal girls from Niš from different time periods
- Menarche is the certain signal of girls puberty and is usually preceeded by a period of intensive growth. Anthropological investigation of height, weight and breadth of pelvic, and the age of menarche, was conducted on girls aged 8-15 years. The purpose of research was to establish presence of differences in some anthropometric measures between samples of girls measured 1983-84. (subject were 464 girls) and girls measured 2010. (subjects were 449 girls). The aim of investigation was to determine age of menarche, body status in premenarcheal and postmenarcheal girls, and differences in anthropometrical characteristics trough time. In this way, could be brought conclusion about the presence of acceleration or deceleration. In the both samples girls had menarche earliest on 11 years. Body indicators were higher in postmenarcheal girls. Numerically bigger values and BMI are marked at girls measured 2010.
- Anthropophysiological characterization of Bulgarian population from the regions of Panagurishte and Strelcha
- It were examined 90 men and 90 women from Panagurishte and 100 men and 100 women from Strelcha. It were followed the next anthropophyziological traits: Index digitalis, Hand clasping, Arm folding, Leg folding and Tongue rolling. At Index digitalis was observed nearly full predomination of the symmetric types. At Tongue rolling it was established an underlined predomination of the positive type. At clapping test, in this investigation, the most often is the right type, followed of neutral and left type. For Arm folding test is characteristic, that the left type is more often and for Leg folding - the right one. About the Hand clasping is established a predomination of the left type and the neutral type is not observed. Besides, there are not regional differences between the groups, but it were observed sexual differences at Clapping test (p 0.001). In comparison with the middle values, characteristic for our country, it were established some regional differences.
- Anthropophysiological tests of the hand at contemporary Bulgarian population from the regions of Petritch and Melnik
- In the study are investigated 200 individuals - Bulgarians of both sexes from the regions of Melnik and Petritch (100 men and 100 women of every group). It were explored the tests: Hand clasping, Arm folding and Clapping. At the test Clapping the most frequently was established the right type, at test Arm folding was established the left type and at the test Clapping was determined the neutral type. It were established significantly sexual and regional differences only at the test Arm folding. In comparison with the data for contemporary Bulgarian population, as a whole, it is seening that, the values at the tests Hand clasping and Arm folding are close, while at the Clapping test was established differences in the arranging (n d l to d n l). By means of the method T-criterium were determined significantly differences (p<0,01) in comparison with the Bulgarian population as a whole.
- Antigens of HLA system in the population of Vojvodina
- Analysis of antigens of HLA system, i.e. research of polymorphism of I and II class of HLA antigens, was conducted in the Vojvodina Institute for Blood Transfusion in Novi Sad, with unrelated persons from different parts of Vojvodina, with the aim to find compatible donors for tissue and organ transplantation and establishing parenthood in disputable cases. The researched was conducted on a sample of 350 unrelated persons phenotyped for HLA-A and HLA-B alleles and 174 unrelated persons phenotyped for HLA-DR and HLA-DQ alleles. Methods used for determining classes I and II of HLA antigens were the microlymphocytotoxicity test by Terassaki and the bicolor immunofluorescence method. The obtained results show that there exist differences in the frequency of certain HLA alleles in the population of Vojvodina, compared to the population of Europe, as well as specific variations compared to the population of Serbia, which points at the specificity of the population of Vojvodina, which is probably influenced among other things by a great number of nations, nationalities and ethnicities living in that area. .
- Antropološka istraživanja savremenog stanovništva opštine kozloduj
- The investigation covers 100 men and 100 women, aged 25-29 years. The were studied the next antropometric and functional features: height weight, BMY respiratory olufference and strength of both hands. It was established some increase og the height and decrease of the values of all others features in comparison with more early investigations. It were established significant siggerences only about this fact is due to the social-living conditions of life during the last years. .
- Antropometrical characteristics and motorical capabilites of the Military Academy students
- Physical training is an integral part of the whole physical training in the Serbian Army and it is carried out through the planned, systematic and continuous process of the training of its members and through organized physical activities which contribute to the physical development. This research is aimed at giving information about essential anthropometrical characteristics and motorical capabilities of the first-year Military Academy students, with about 141 students aged 19±6 mounts and particular differences between the groups. During the research nine anthropometrical parameters for the evaluation of morphological characteristics and eleven tests for the evaluation of motorical capabilities were chosen. The details which were received after measuring were analyzed by applying statistical programs for measuring central and dispersion parameters. In making differences between the groups in some variables ANOVA was used while the differences in the variables system in space were done by using MANOVA and by discriminate analysis(DS). On the basis of the results, it was concluded there were no differences between the groups in anthropometrical characteristics while the differences were in motorical capabilities. .
- Arms and legs power transformation after nature activities programe
- Nature activities class has a goal to familiarize students, future physical education teachers, with possibilities and contents of organized stay in nature so as with use of nature as a physical education tool. Learning basic nature residence skills, which could be used for teaching and every day's life. Practical teaching for third year students of the Faculty of Physical Education is organized every year in June at lakeside or seaside, for the duration of ten days. Students are engaged in the activities five classes every day. Repetitive arms and explosive legs power is tested before and after realized activities so that the differences in mobility could be tracked, but also the influence of the curriculum performed. Results are processed with appropriate statistical methods (t-test), and statistically significant changes were found with variables MSKLE - push-up (p=.046) and MZGIB - pull-up (p=.019). .
- Assessment of the size of unerupted permanent canines and premolars in mixed dentition
- The aim of this study was to find the correlation coefficient between mesiodistal width of permanent lower incisors and permanent canine and premolars for each quadrant, to establish equations for prediction of the sum of canine and premolars based on the sum of the lower incisors for the population of the Republic of Srpska as well as to compare the results with the values provided by Moyers's and Tanaka-Johnston's analysis and detremine sexual dimorphizm in tooth size. We analyzed 100 (50 male and 50 female) subjects with permanent dentition and class I molar relationship. The mesiodistal width of the lower permanent incisors, upper and lower canines and premolars were measured using a vernier caliper with the accuracy of 0.1 mm. The results show that for all groups of teeth, there is a significant difference (p <0.001) between mesiodistal width in male and female subjects. A linear regression equations are developed for the upper jaw (female y = 0.5276x +9.9756 and male y = 0.5927 x +8.986) and the lower jaw (female y = 0.489x+10.215 and male y =0.633x +7, 5636). We concluded that values provided by Moyers's and Tanaka-Johston's analysis do not coincide with the values of the population of the Republic of Srpska, but they can be clinically applied, with caution to females.
- Asymmetry in the root development of mandibular permanent molars
- The aim of this research was to determine the existence of asymmetry in the root development of the first and second permanent molar at different ages. The research was carried out based on orthopantomographic X-ray images of 523 children ( 253 boys and 270 girls), 6-14 years of age, who were orthodontic patients at the Dental Clinic of Nis. Asymmetry in the root development of the first and second permanent molar was analyzed by means of Gleiser's and Hunt's method, Tijanic's modification (1981). Asymmetric M1 root development is not present in any of the examinees. Asymmetric M2 root development is present in a total of 28 children (5,35 %), in 15 boys (5,93 %) and in 13 girls (4,81%). The difference in the stages of root formation is within the limits of one stage. Asymmetric root development is most often present in 5th and 6th stage, 46,67 % in boys and 38,4 % in girls. The next most prominent stages are 7th and 8th, 33,33 % in boys and 32,14 % in girls. Asymmetry in the root development of the lower, first permanent molar is not present in the examined samples, while asymmetry of the root development of the second lower permanent molar is present in the lower stages of development.