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There are correlations between differences in height and lines of gender, ethnicity and generations. To what extent are differences in height linked to long term structural differences in nutrition? Does the fact that over centuries, men's privileged position meant that they received more food than women contribute to the fact that women are on average shorter? And is the reason why children are often taller than their parents, that their generation grew up wealthier on average?