|Title:||Mechanical stress, functional adaptation and the variation structure of the human Femur diaphysis (Advances in anatomy, embryology and cell biology, Bd. 44, Heft 3)|
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According to the classical theory of functional structure of bone which was developed by J. Wolff (1884, 1892) and W. Roux (1895) following the investigations of the functional architecture of the su. Identical twins show a significant lower variability of length of femur than binovular twins. Population variability of length of femur due to heritability may exceed twice the variability due to environmental factors (Knussmann, 1968). A significant part of the total variation of femur shape characteristics remains therefore unexplained supposing that the sources of variation due to heritability and environmental factors are also nearly the same for the other traits.
The form and structure of the normal human femur diaphysis is modeled out in the postnatal development by mechanical, dietetic, hormonal and genetical factors. Amtmann E. (1971) Summary. In: Mechanical Stress, Functional Adaptation and the Variation Structure of the Human Femur Diaphysis. Ergebnisse der Anatomie und te, Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology, Revues d’anatomie et de morphologie expérimentale, vol 44/3. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
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Mechanical Stress, Functional Adaptation and the Variation Structure of the Human Femur Diaphysis. According to the classical theory of functional structure of bone which was developed by J. Roux (1895) following the investigations of the functional architecture of the substantia spongiosa by H. von Meyer (1867), bone is "functionally" laid down in gross form as well as in minute architecture in accordance with the. 1. The Formation of the Normal Femur Shape. 2. The Functional Structure of the Femur Corticalis. 5. Thickness of Compacta and Breaking Strength. 6. Factor Analysis of the Variation Structure of Human Femur Cross-sections. b) The Correlation Matrix, the Estimation of Communalities and the Number of Factors to be Determined. The Problem of Lack of Bone Resorption in the Vicinity of the Neutral Surface. The Adaptation of Femur Cross-sections to Fluctuating Bending Stresses on the Assumption that Bone is an Isotropic Material
Mechanical Stress, Functional Adaptation and the Variation Structure of the Human Femur Diaphysis.
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Mechanical Stress, Functional Adaptation and the Variation. Extensive loss of tibial diaphysis.
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