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||Human Homo sapiens
||Irving PH. 2007. The physics of the human body: a physical view of
physiology biological and medical physics, biomedical engineering.
New York: Springer. p.17 table 1.7
||D.A. Winter: Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement, 3rd edn (Wiley, New York 2005)
||"Table 1.7 gives the masses (or weights) of different anatomical parts of the
body as fractions of total body mass mb (or equivalently, total body weight. Wb). The mass and volume of body segments are determined on cadaver body
segments, respectively by weighing them and by measuring the volume of water
displaced for segments immersed in water. (This last measurement uses
Archimedes’ Principle, described in Chap. 7.) The average density of different
body segments can then be determined, as in Table 1.7."