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4 The carotene content of the ancient Mongoloids was greater than in the Congoid's and Caucasoid's, which was responsible for their yellowish complexion.
When stratified by race, the pooled OR was just statistically significant in Caucasian population, not in Mongoloid and others.
Given the clear biological differences between Negrito and southern Mongoloid peoples in the Philippines, and the presence of linguistically unrelated Negrito populations in both the Malay peninsula, where they speak Austroasiatic (AA) languages, and in the Andaman islands, where the languages form two families that have no clear relationship to one another or to anything else (Abbi 2004), parsimony clearly favors treating the Philippine Negritos as a distinct population that underwent language shift at some time in the prehistoric past (Reid 1987, 1994a, 1994b, Blust 2013).
Regarding crowding or overcrowding of the upper lateral incisors, it is more common in Mongoloid populations and less frequent in Caucasian populations (9), but it was absent in temporary dentition and was low in frequency with permanent dentition.
Loh HS, Mongoloids features of the permanent mandibular second molar in Singaporean Chinese.
Palpebral fissure inclination (degrees): In the present study, South Indian ethnic adults showed mongoloid type of palpebral fissure.
All children were diagnosed as DS on the basis of their phenotypic findings like mongoloid facies, brachycephaly, depressed nasal bridge,
However, significant differences of deflecting wrinkle and protostylid degree 1 (foramen caecum) suggest that the sample has received influences from mongoloid regional groups, as in the case ofpaeces and guambianos who inhabit this region.
As far as Mongoloid racial stock is concerned, this includes tribes of Himalayan region, especially of North-Himalayan zone as, for example, the Naga, the Chakma, the Lepcha, etc.
The prevalence of these spots has been reported to be as high as 80-90% in neonates of mongoloid race.
The contribution of Caucasoid and Mongoloid components in the formation of the anthropological type of the Kazakhs was proved earlier by Ismagulov (1970) on the basis of a comprehensive study of paleoantropological and craniological materials.
Freedman went on to explain that the Eastern European Jews who form 92 per cent of the world's population of so-called Jews were originally Khazars, a Mongoloid race forced out of Asia into Eastern Europe.