TAILIEUCHUNG - Báo cáo " The impact of environment on morphological and physical indexes of Vietnamese and South Korean students "

Researches were carried out on 916 male students and 910 female Korean students at the age of from 20 to 25 in Seoul National University, South Korea. The results show that in general, the basic morphological and physical indexes of students of South Korea are approximately equal to the average standard of the world’s youth now and the Korean students have anthropometric indexes better than Vietnamese students. For reasons that effect to anthropometry index of South Korean students, except for the influences of genetic, endocrine and race. . | VNU Journal of Science Natural Sciences and Technology 24 2008 50-55 The impact of environment on morphological and physical indexes of Vietnamese and South Korean students Mai Van Hung Sunyoung Pak Seoul National University Korea Received 25 October 2007 Abstract. Researches were carried out on 916 male students and 910 female Korean students at the age of from 20 to 25 in Seoul National University South Korea. The results show that in general the basic morphological and physical indexes of students of South Korea are approximately equal to the average standard of the world s youth now and the Korean students have anthropometric indexes better than Vietnamese students. For reasons that effect to anthropometry index of South Korean students except for the influences of genetic endocrine and race. The environment including Location Geography Climate regimen Psychology Physical exercise etc. are important factors which have effects on health and morphology and physical status of students. 1. Introduction Most of the previous researches showed that the values of morphological and physical indexes are influenced by the environment. H. Nygard et al studied on the musculoskeletal capacity of employees from 44 to 58 in physical mental and mixed types of work in European 1 . Sunnegardh and E. Bratterby have found that the maximal oxygen uptake anthropometry and physical activity of 8 and 13 years old children in Sweden 2 the Midtby et al study on the variation in bone formation markers with age gender anthropometry and season in both men and women 3 . Ritsuko Imamura et al studied on effects of wearing long and mini-skirt for a year on subcutaneous fat thickness and body circumference 4 Annie C. Wetter and Christina D. Economos study on the skeletal status in young adulthood Corresponding author. Tel. 84-0211-863202. E-mail drmaihung@ may require more specific moderate to vigorous physical activity 5 . Roderic Floud John Komlos Richard Steckel and Kenneth Sokoloff

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