arm length

arm length

[′ärm ‚leŋkth]
(anthropology)
The length of the arm measured from top of the clavicle to the tip of the middle finger, with the arm straight down at the side of the body.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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[4] Studies have been done to know the influence of height on the NCV and late responses [5-11] In few studies, arm length has been used as an alternate to height, [11,12] to record NCV conduction velocity but not to record LLR.
Hand grip strength was significantly correlated with upper arm length (correlation coefficient = 0.417 p = 0.001) and mean arm circumference (correlation coefficient = 0.307 p = 0.014).
That optimal distance where people are most accurate, it turns out, depends on their mind's perception of arm length.
The reengineered design uses less component parts but still outperforms standard products in clamping force and clamping arm length: prorata to the size of clamp being used.
Payload is 10kg and arm length is 650mm, both of which are identical to the previous Toshiba Machine SCARA in the range.
Scientists measured the arm length and knee height of 2,798 men and women with an average age of 72.
payload, total arm length of 550 mm, and positioning repeatability of [+ or -] 0.015 mm for the x-y plane and [+ or -] 0.01 mm for the z axis.
Total arm length of the TH550 is 550mm while the TH850s total arm length is 850mm.
"This means the model's height, torso, arm length, leg length, bust, waist, and hips [along with all other body measurements] match this requirement." It's a body measurement that also must be maintained to the half inch.
inermis using the feulgen staining method due to the large number of chromosomes, small morphological differences between the chromosomes and variability from cell to cell for chromosome length and arm length ratio.
During the study, an international team of researchers asked the participants to estimate their perceived arm length and how far they could reach with their arms.