Journal of Anthropology / 2014 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Nutritional Status among Females of Bhaina Tribe of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India: An Anthropological Insight

Table 4

Anthropometric measurements and its derived variables among Bhaina tribe of Bilaspur.

Mean ± SDRange

Maximum head length18.29 ± 0.5317.00–19.50Long
Maximum head breadth12.49 ± 0.5211.50–13.50Very narrow
Nasal height4.22 ± 0.2203.80–04.70
Nasal breadth3.70 ± 0.1603.30–04.00Above medium
Morphological facial height10.42 ± 0.5109.40–12.20Low
Breadth of bizygomatic arch12.63 ± 0.5310.10–13.50Narrow
Derived variables
 Cephalic index (CI)68.35 ± 3.4361.50–75.00Hyperdolichocephalic
 Nasal index (NI)87.72 ± 5.2875.56–97.56Chamaerhinae
 Facial index (FI)82.62 ± 4.9570.37–99.01Mesoprosopic

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