International Journal of Evolutionary Biology / 2013 / Article / Tab 7

Research Article

Indian Craniometric Variability and Affinities

Table 7

Significant craniometric differences between northern and southern Indians.

Measurement or indexMales (in bold if northern Indians values higher)Females (in bold if northern Indians values higher)

SOSAll comparisons except Haryanavis cf. Konkanis and TeluguAll comparisons except Hindis and Haryanavis cf. Konkanis and Urdu
OBBAll comparisonsPunjabis cf. Telugu; Haryanavis cf. Telugu and Malayalam; Hindis cf. Konkanis and Telugu
OBB:OBHAll comparisonsAll comparisons involving Telugu, Tulu, Tamils and Malayalam, plus Punjabis and Haryanavis cf. Kannada
DKBAll comparisons involving Telugu, Konkanis, Tamils, and MalayalamAll comparisons involving Telugu, Tulu and Tamils, plus Punjabis and Haryanavis cf. Kannada, and Haryanavis cf. Malayalam
DKSAll comparisons except Haryanavis cf. Telugu and MalayalamAll comparisons involving Hindis, plus Haryanavis cf. Malayalam
SSSAll comparisons involving Tulu and Kannada, plus Haryanavis cf. Tamils and MalayalamAll comparisons involving Haryanavis, plus Punjabis cf. Tulu and Malayalam, and Hindis cf. Tulu
BBH:GOLAll comparisons involving Hindis and Haryanavis, plus Punjabis cf. Konkanis Punjabis cf. Kannada and Malayalam; Haryanavis cf. Konkanis, Kannada, Tulu and Tamils; Hindis cf. Konkanis, Kannada and Tamils
STBAll comparisons involving Punjabis and Hindis, plus Haryanavis cf. TuluNo comparisons
XFBAll comparisons involving Hindis, plus Punjabis and Haryanavis cf. Kannada, Tulu and Tamils, and Punjabis cf. Konkanis and TeluguHindis cf. Telugu, Kannada and Tamils

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