Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)
Relationship of the comb pattern of fingers with phenotypic features in men belonging to various ethno-territorial groups of the carpathian region
The article presents the results of the study of the interactions of finger dermatogliphycal and anthropometric parameters of the population of various ethno-territorial groups of the population of the Carpathian region. As a result of the correlation analysis, we received data on that for men of different ethno-territorial groups with high level of reliability (p> 0.05) the positive and negative correlation between anthropometric and dermatogliphycal parameters of fingers was revealed. It is established that in men of Hutsul group with a high level the reliability of each other correlates the length of the body, palm length and sign LW, forehead height and sign W; men of Boyko group -nose height and A height of face, zygomatic diameter and LR, height of face, zygomatic diameter and LU, transverse diameter of the head, upper width of face and LW; in men of Lemko group between the length of the hand and A, head circumference, upper width of face and W; for control group - palm length, upper width of face and LU, head circumference, bigonial width, upper width of face and LW, high nose and LR, W.
How to cite this article:
Kozan Natalia. Relationship of the comb pattern of fingers with phenotypic features in men belonging to various ethno-territorial groups of the carpathian region. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):1154-1156.