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Associations between bioelectric impedance and anthropometric variables



Associations between bioelectric impedance and anthropometric variables



Human Biology 59(2): 235-244



Associations of bioelectric resistance with anthropometric variables for stature, weight, upper arm and calf circumferences and 7 skinfold thicknesses were analysed in 153 young white men and women. Bivariate correlations of resistance with weight and upper arm and calf circumferences were negative and significant in each sex.

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DOI: 10.2307/41463869



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