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Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
2018, br. 53, str. 79-84
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/gads53-17813
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Bilateralne razlike papilarnih linija kod desnorukih i levorukih osoba
Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Faculty of Biology, University of Plovdiv, 'Paisii Hilendarski', Bulgaria

e-adresa: nad87@abv.bg

Sažetak

Cilj ovog istraživačkog rada je proučavanje bilateralnih razlika učestalosti glavnih tipova papilarnih šara homolognih prstiju kod levorukuh i desnorukih osoba oba pola. Uzorkom je obuhvaćeno 379 zdravih osoba, bugarskog etničkog porekla starosti 17-58 godina. U ženskoj grupi bilo je 219 desnorukih i 53 levorukih osoba, dok je u muškoj grupi bilo 66 desnorukih i 41 levorukih osoba. Otisci prstiju uzeti su topografskom metodom rotacije. Papilarne šare klasifikovane su u četiri glavne grupe. Podaci su statistički obrađeni. Rezultati ukazuju na značajne bilateralne razlike kod žena (levorukih i desnorukih) u učestalosti ularnih petji kod trećeg prsta. Kod desnorukih muškaraca, uviđane su značajne razlike u učestalosti kružnih šara prvog i četvrtog prsta. Kod levorukih muškaraca nisu uočene razlike bilateralne komparacije učestalosti tipova papilarnih šara.

Ključne reči

šare otisaka prstiju; desnoruke osobe; levoruke osobe; rukost

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