Characteristics genotipics and fenotipics in athletics sprinters
The purpose this study was to comparate the genotipics and the phenotipics characteristics in a group of the runners sprint. They were part 19 athletes of both sexes and describe for 22,42±3,53 age, 66,61±7,66kg body mass and 173,18±7,23cm weight. The genetic profile and the somatotype were based in Cummins & Midlo (1961) and Heath & Carter (1990) respectively, and the evaluation isokinetic were based in Adams (1998). The found results that, in group: (a) D10=12,00 and SQTL=123, (b) for the types of drawings, A=2,1%; L=64,7% and W=33,2%, (c) the profile somatotypic of the group was classificated by meso-balance, the values was 2,33 - 4,11 - 2,81, (d) the values suggested for the torque isokinetic in the different intervals among the repetitions 1-3 and 48-50, were respectively, 348,67±24,4% and, 150±24,7%, (e) doesn't exist significant difference for a value of p<0,0001 between the classification of the variables genotipics and fenotipics. In conclusion, it study accumulates the possibility dermatoglyphics insert in this sporting, as method prognostic that can aid, in the lower cost and, in the subject's evaluation diagnostic.
The authors of submitted manuscripts must transfer the full copyright to Journal Motricidade / Desafio Singular Editions. Granting copyright permission allows the publication and dissemination of the article in printed or electronic formats and copyrights start at the moment the manuscript is accepted for publication. It also allows Journal Motricidade to use and commercialize the article in terms of licensing, lending or selling its content to indexation/abstracts databases and other entities.
According to the terms of the Creative Commons licence, authors may reproduce a reasonable number of copies for personal or professional purpose but without any economic gains. SHERPA/RoMEO allows authors to post a final digital copy (post-printing version) of the article in their websites or on their institutions' scientific repository.