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IJCRR. 2016; 8(17): 41-45


AN ANTHROPOMETRIC STUDY OF STATURE ESTIMATION AMONG MALES FROM THE MEASUREMENTS OF FEET IN UDAIPUR DISTRICT OF RAJASTHAN

Charu Taneja, Hitesh Babel, L.K. Jain.

Abstract
Background: Estimation of stature has a very significant role to play in forensic anthropometry for personal identification.
Objective: To discover out the correlation among proportions of feet with stature in tribals of Udaipur district in Rajasthan (India).
Material and Methods: The present study was conducted on a total number of 481 male tribals of Udaipur district by using standard anthropometric techniques.
Results: There was a high correlation between height and right (0.184) foot length & left (0.186) Foot Length in males.
Conclusion: Linear regression equations were deduced in males out of which lowest standard error of estimate was experienced in combined foot length of males.

Key words: Stature, Foot length, Regression equations



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