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Contribution to the Study of Sex Differences during Growth of Portuguese Students (Queluz Town)

  • A. J. Piedade
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Abstract

The body shape of the two sexes continuously changes during childhood because of different rates of growth of different parts. The changes are not equal in both sexes; they thus contribute to the establishment of sexual dimorphism.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. J. Piedade
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  1. 1.Museu e Laboratório Zoológico e Antropológica F.C.L.LisboaRepublic of Portugals

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