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1. Introduction to comparative growth studies: methods and standards
2. Europeans in Europe
3. European descendants in Australasia, Africa and the Americas
4. Africans in Africa and of African ancestry
5. Asiatics in Asia and the Americas 6. Indo-Mediterraneans in the Near East, North Africa and India
7. Australian Aborigines and Pacific Island peoples
8. Rate of maturation: population differences in skeletal, dental and pubertal development
9. Genetic influence on growth: family and race comparisons
10. Environmental influence ongrowth
11. Child growth and chronic disease in adults
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Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Children Growth, Children Anthropometry