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Puberty is marked by the greatest growth and sexual development since the stages of fetal development and major transformations in body composition, linear growth and distribution of fat in different body regions (Rogol, 2002).
Effect of preventive zinc supplementation on linear growth in children under 5 years of age in developing countries: a meta-analysis of studies for input to the lives saved tool.
The solution for the fixed effects of the unconditional linear growth model indicated that the average individual began the intervention with a score of 15.
After documenting descriptive statistics for the student characteristics and measurement conditions, we ran a two-level hierarchical linear growth model.
Conditional linear growth models examining estimated effect on students' baseline sedentary time and sedentary time trajectories Estimated effect on baseline sedentary time (minutes/day, 95% CI) Fixed effect p-value Student characteristics Model 1 Gender Female 7.
Meanwhile, mounting evidence has shown that poor hygiene and sanitation also constrain linear growth in children.
Hierarchical linear growth modeling was used to explain individual and group differences in growth trajectories of writing maturation as measured by PCWS.
The observed association between food insecurity and linear growth suggests that the diet quality and quantity of children from food-insecure households had been compromised for a lona time.
Measurements were carried out in the following modes: 1) linear growth of shear stress, when [tau] changes by the law [tau] = at (a is assigned constant rate of shear stress increasing), value of shear deformation [epsilon] is measured; this mode allows to define deformation curves and yield stress; 2) a creep mode: initially constant shear stress t is applied, it is maintained some time, then [tau] = 0 is established, dependence of strain [epsilon] on time [tau] is fixed; 3) sinusoidal tangential oscillations of the top plate with constant frequency f = 10 Hz and amplitude of deformation ea in a range of values 0.
48 cm per year in linear growth velocity during the first year of treatment, against a background average growth rate of 69 cm per year.

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