chest depth

chest depth

[′chest ‚depth]
(anthropology)
A measurement of the chest taken front to back from the sternum to the spinal groove.
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CHAID, Exhaustive CHAID, and CART implemented in the estimation of cold carcass weight (CCW) and body weight (BW) from several body measurements (withers height (WH), chest depth (CD), body length (BL), hearth girth (HG) and leg circumference (LC)) measured from five sheep breeds (Akkaraman (9), Daglic (10), Kivircik (10), Merinos (10) and Karacabey Merino (8)) reared in Konya province conditions located in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey.
Quantitative morphometric characteristics included body length, chest girth, chest depth, height at withers, pelvic width, ear length, ear width,horn length, tail length, head length, headwidth,teat length, and scrotal circumference.
Body dimension traits consist of abdominal circumference (AC), body height (BH), body length (BL), cannon bone circumference (CBC), chest circumference (CC), chest depth (CD), chest width (CW), hip circumference (HC).
In the left half, the following measurements were performed according to the methodology described by CEZAR & SOUSA (2007): chest depth leg length and carcass internal length.
Weighing in at 201b with a length of 33 inches and a girth of 23,75 inches and a 9,75 inch chest depth, it was caught by one Tony Allen from Bulawayo.
Let us assume we are hunting a reasonably large animal with a chest depth of 20" (508mm).
Push hard (4 cm in infant, 5 cm or 1/3 of chest depth in children)
Withers height (WH), height at rump (HR), body length (BL), and chest depth (CD) were measured using a measuring stick.
Body measurements includes body length, heart girth, paunch girth, wither height and chest depth.
The following live morphometric traits were determined using a measuring tape [16]: height at withers, body length, chest girth, chest depth, chest width, hock/knee to floor and live weight.
Individuals who are not competent deepwater swimmers should restrict their tub and mat activities to water no deeper than chest depth, or wear a lifejacket.
The modeling of the 200 meters IM event for male swimmers involved the integration of height, span/height index, chest depth diameter, ankle flexion, trunk extension, swim velocity at lactic threshold, technical effectiveness in breaststroke (leg down sweep) and in FC (arm exit).