Human Body Composition - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483227573, 9781483282695

Human Body Composition

1st Edition

Approaches and Applications

Editors: Josef Brožek
eBook ISBN: 9781483282695
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 324
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Description

Human Body Composition: Approaches and Applications focuses on approaches to the description of human physique; clarification of the role of factors determining and modifying body composition; and assessment of biological and medical significance of individual differences in body composition. The selection first discusses advances and developments in the methods for the study of body composition and chemical analysis of the body. Discussions focus on direct and roentgenographic studies of bone mineralization; caliper and roentgenogrammetric values of the thickness of subcutaneous adipose tissue; and soft tissue roentgenography. The text also looks at determination of specific gravity of live sheep and its correlation with fat percentage and interpretation of whole body potassium measurements.
The manuscript evaluates research on body composition and its relevance for human biology, including sex, growth, and aging, physical activity, loss and gain of body weight, and body composition in animals. The book also elaborates on sex difference in body composition, physical activity and body composition, hydrometry of growth and aging, and body composition and appraisal of nutriture.
The selection is a reliable reference for readers interested in the composition of the human body.

Table of Contents


Contents

1. Approaches

Methods For the Study Of Body Composition: Some Recent Advances and Developments

Chemical Analysis Of The Body

Determination Of Specific Gravity Of Live Sheep and Its Correlation with Fat Percentage

Interpretation Of Whole Body Potassium Measurements

Human Size, Shape, and Composition

Somatic Standards Of Reference

2. Applications In Normal Man

Research on Body Composition and Its Relevance for Human Biology

Stores in The Human Body

Sex Difference In Body Composition

Body Composition, Culture, and Sex: Two Comments

Physical Activity and Body Composition

Body Composition in Normal Adults

Hydrometry of Growth and Aging

Radiographic Studies of Body Composition in Children and Adults

3. Applications to the Study of Disease

Introductory Comment

Body Composition and Appraisal of Nutriture

Some Effects of Malnutrition on Body Composition

Body Composition and the Etiology of Degenerative Diseases

4 . Appendixes

1. Body Composition and Human Biology: An Epilogue

2. Body Cell Mass: A Special Review


Details

No. of pages:
324
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1965
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483282695

About the Editor

Josef Brožek