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Class Notes for MEDI110 at University of Wollongong

Human Growth Nutrition and Exercise

MEDI110 Lecture 1: Week 1 Lecture A, Types of Research

Learning Objectives; 1. Recognise the health risk associated with p...

Medical and Health Sciences
MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 22: Week 10 Lecture B, Minerals and Diet

Why are minerals so important? Minerals are: Inorganic Have various...

Medical and Health Sciences
MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 23: Week 11 Lecture B, Genes and Chromosomes

Basics on Gene and Chromosomal Disorders in Development Genomes det...

Medical and Health Sciences
MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 17: Week 8 Lecture A, Proteins essential why?

Why is protein so critical Provide essential amino acids (indispens...

Medical and Health Sciences
MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 20: Week 9 Lecture B, Fat

Does eating fat make you fat? Dietary Lipids Source of fuel, effici...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 14: Week 6 Lecture B, Nutrition

Nutrition Food derived from animal or plant sources that provide en...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 12: Week 5 Lecture B Motor Development

Motor Behaviour Three main areas Motor Development: Change is motor...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 15: Week 7 Lecture A, Carbohydrates in Diet

Carbohydrates in a diet Carbohydrates are made up on carbon, hydrog...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 19: Week 9 Lecture A, Exercise and CHO

Nutrition for exercising person. Benefits of Regular Physical Activ...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Negative Energy, Thermogenesis, Energy Density

Energy Balance A state which energy intake in the form...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bone Density, Synovial Fluid, Osteopenia

Physiology of ageing 65 years= older adults seniors...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 18: Week 8 Lecture B, Role of Proteins

Hence roles of proteins? Building blocks of body components Maintai...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 10: Week 4 Lecture B, Chronic Adaptions to Exercise

Chronic Adaptations to Exercise Guidelines Cardiovascular adaptatio...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
MEDI110 Lecture 9: Week 4 Lecture A, Acute Responses to Exercise, and Muscle changes

Acute Responses to exercise System Exercise Effects Cardiovascular ...

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MEDI110
John Sampson
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Genetics is the study of heredity and variations observed in living...

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