Yes,vitamin A's deficiency cause stunted growth
There is some disagreement as to whether a child taking part in gymnastics will have stunted growth. Some people believe that long hours of training, or injury prior to puberty may cause damage to the growth plates in bones and cause them to close before the individual has reached their full height. Therefore, the age at which the child begins puberty would be the age when growth would not be affected.
Yes in the hell it can
Can cause stunted growth increased acne and organ problems.
lack of nutrient will cause stunted growth and poor yield
His growth was stunted from drinking too much coffee as a child.
I'm not sure I understand the question. But cancer can cause multiple symptoms. Such as, tiredness, aches, muscle pains, and stunted growth in some areas.
My friend stunted in her growth because she drank to much coffee.
No I'm pretty sure it cant but you should probably go check with your vet about it!
The growth of an animal can be stunted if they don't get enough food rich in proteins. It can also be due to malfunction of pituitary gland which releases growth hormone. Such cases lead to dwarfism.
your growth most likely will not be stunted, as long as you still get about 8 hours of sleep lying down every night
The effects of chemotherapy can range between complications in development of a fetus including stunted growth or abnormal growth in the fetus. Chemotherapy can also cause a miscarriage.
when the roots are trimmed there is less absortion of plants nutrients and this results into stunted growth hence causing dwarfing of the plant
She was isolated from society.
Trees that are located in cities and exhibit stunted growth and abnormal leaves and buds have probably been affected by lack of proper nutrients.
stunted growth, yellow leaves
Stunted growth and yellow leaves.
I found this really interesting website about this. It seems that high level gymnasts do indeed have their growth stunted. http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archive/female-gymnasts-injury.html If you go to google.com and put in 'stunted growth gymnastics ' you will get a lot of information. As a high level gymnast, I have concluded that it does stunn your growth. I disagree. I have been a gymnast for 14 years, and YES I am short but gymnastics is not the only factor involved. I did a 10 page report on this last year and concluded that 1). small children are attracted to the sport and 2.) gymnastics may play a tiny part in being a bit shorter but I would say about 95% of it is genetics. ANOTHER ANSWER: I have not checked out the abovementioned websites, But I have heard of girls and young ladies that really push themselves physically, training, doing gymnastics as well as long-distant runners who push their bodies to the MAX, have been shown to MISS a period or even two. When girls back off on the over-workouts, and listen to their bodies, their menses cycles will come back to normal. I have not read about permenant damage. Ask your doctor. Hope this heelps!! <<>> ANOTHER ANSWER: im 15 and i did gymnastics my whole life until recently. im 5'9". so im obviously not short. but however i did start puberty late and barely have a chest but the rest of my family has HUGE chests. I dont know if they are related or not.
Gymnastic does affect your growth because by doing gymnastics your height stops growing.
Some plants with very stunted growth exist.
Without sufficient pollination, the growth of the corn is stunted.
Stunted growth and yellow older leaves (:
Marasmus produces a very skinny child with stunted growth.