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EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chicana Feminism, Mexican Americans, Semiotics
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WGSS 1000 Media Analysis Ethnocentrism The tendency to view one's own culture as superior and apply one's own culture values in judging the behavior of others Textual...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr
EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Blood Pressure, Ejection Fraction, Cardiac Output
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EXPH 1490 The Cardiovascular System and its control Lecture 6 (2) What is Stroke Volume? How is it calculated? Volume of blood pumped in one heartbeat End Diastolic Volume - End Systo...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr
EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tricuspid Valve, Aortic Valve, Pulmonary Valve
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EXPH 1490 The Cardiovascular System and its control Lecture 6 (1) What are the major functions of the cardiovascular system? Delivers O2, Nutrients, removes CO2/waste, Transports Hormones, o...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr
EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Isotonic Contraction, Dynamometer, Myocyte
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EXPH 1490 Muscles at Work Static contraction Muscle tension or internal force exerted against an external load, internal force is equal to or weaker than external load No visible movement of external load Ex: win...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr
EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Muscular System, Augite, Simple Machine
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Movement Concepts Mass (m) • A measure of matter or inertia • Inertia is the reluctance to change the state of motion. Weight (wt) • A measure of the force of gravity on the mass of the body • Weight = mass(m) Dir...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr
EXPH 1490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Angular Velocity, Angular Displacement, Biochemical Engineering
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Clinical and Sports Biochemical Biomechanics: • The study of human movement • Examines forces acting against the human body and effects produced by these forces. • Draws on...

Exercise Physiology
EXPH 1490
Marc Barr

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