2 for Freestyle wrestlers, and a difference was found for only mesomorphy
value between the styles (p<0.
Compared to professional rugby league athletes, junior elite players have significantly lower body mass, mesomorphy
and greater skinfold thickness (Cheng et al.
Endomorphy is a measure of relative fatness, mesomorphy
is a measure of relative musculo-skeletal robustness, and ectomorphy is a measure of proportionality between body weight and height (29).
From the analysis of Table 2, referring to the somatotype presented by the total number of athletes (N = 27) in the present study, the highest mean was found for the second component, mesomorphy
, followed by endomorphy and ectomorphy, characterizing this group of gymnasts as mesoendomorphs.
The highest indexes of vulnerability (VI) and of mesomorphy
(MI) were found in M.
There was a predominance of meso and ectomorphy, with prevalence of mesomorphy
Quantitative data included here as indicators of relative mesomorphy
or xeromorphy of particular woods, and as a way of documenting presence of protracted juvenilism (paedomorphosis).
determine the body composition of elite Turkish swimmers, and at the end of the study, there was no significant difference between BMI, BF%, mesomorphy
values, and swimming styles.
The greater mesomorphy
of team handball players may be related to the fact that among the three sports, team handball has the most body contact and the highest number of physical collisions (Bayios et al.
Specifically, in accordance with the formula, prominence of ectomorphy or mesomorphy
was assigned as "a rating of at least three points higher .
phenotypic difference and similarity in terms of somatotype [body-type in terms of ectomorphy, endomorphy, and mesomorphy
as well as the crude realization of differences in height and weight]
Key words: Ecoanatomy, wood, mesomorphy
, conduction, Carlquist's indexes.