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EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: List Of Flexors Of The Human Body, Linear Motion, Rigid Body
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Chapter 1 Terms - Kinesiology - Body motion wo regard to torques or forces that produce motion - Two types of motion in body - Translation - Linear motion where all body part move parallel to and same direction as every ot...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Viscoelasticity, Internal Resistance, Body Force
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Formulas - Torque = force x moment arm - Inertia = mass x p2 - Acceleration = delta x VT - Force = MA - Torque = F x moment arm - Impulse = FxT - Momentum = Mass x Velocity - Power = FV or WT Terms - Elasticity - Going bac...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Acetabular Labrum, Iliofemoral Ligament, Hyaline Cartilage
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Kinesiology - Hip Hip labrum and articular cartilage - Acetabular labrum - Fibrocartilage extension of acetabulum - Adds depth and stability to joint - Articular cartilage - Mx thickness of acetabular and femoral articular...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tarsometatarsal Joints, Subtalar Joint, Malleolus
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Ankle and foot - Provide shock absorption and thrust - Pliability - Absorb force of body weight - Rigidity - Provide thrust - Functions through interaction of interrelated joints, connective tissues, and muscles Osteology ...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Patellar Ligament, Lower Extremity Of Femur, Quadriceps Tendon
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Kinesiology- knee Knee joint - Large joint complex in body - Condyloid joint - Tibiofemoral roll and slide kinematics - Patellofemoral joint - Planar joint - In bw two long bones - increases vulnerability to torque forces ...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tarsometatarsal Joints, Subtalar Joint, Hyaline Cartilage
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Ankle and foot - Provide shock absorption and thrust to body when walking - Pliability - absorbs force of body weight - Rigidity - provide propulsie thrust - Functions through interrelated joints, CT tissues and muscles Os...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 310
Morgan
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Exercise Physiology, Gas Exchange, Body Fluid
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Exercise physiology Ch 10 Respiratory response Respiration - Pulmonary respiration o Ventilation (breathing) o Exchange o2 and Co2 in lungs - Purposes of respiratory system during exercise o Gas exchange bw environment and...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Bradycardia, Atrioventricular Node, Exercise Physiology
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Exercise physiology Cardiovascular response 2 Cardiac output - Amount blood pumped by heart each minute - Determined by: o Heart rate Number of heartbeatsminute o Stroke volume Amount blood ejected from heart w each beat -...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Exercise Intensity, Vasoconstriction, Hemorheology
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Exercise Physiology Cardiovascular response 4 Circulatory response to exercise - Depends on: o Exercise intensity Incremental or steady state o Exercise type Arm or leg o Exercise duration Short or long o Environment Hot o...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Mean Arterial Pressure, Exercise Physiology, Hemorheology
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Exercise physiology Cardiovascular response 3 Blood made up of plasma and cells -plasma - liquid part of blood - cells - red blood cells -have hemoglobin to carry o2 - white blood cells - platelets Relationship among press...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Exercise Physiology
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Exercise physiology Ch 10 Respiratory response 2 Pulmonary ventilation - Air moved in and out of lungs per minute - Product of tidal vol and breathing frequency o Tidal vol

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
EHS 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Pulmonary Vein, Pulmonary Artery, Exercise Physiology
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Exercise physiology Ch 9 cardiovascular system 1 Circulatory system - Works wpulmonary system - 3 functions of cardiopulmonary system o Transport O2 and nutrients to tissues o Remove co2 and waste products from tissues o R...

Exercise and Health Science
EHS 385
Rachel Drew
BIOL 290 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Crab Louse, Frequency-Dependent Selection, Head Louse
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Coevolution Cholera: in humans Link between outbreak of disease and environment Regularity between outbreaks of disease Host is trying to outcompete parasite Strong interaction/ competition between h...

Biology
BIOL 290
Brault Solange
BIOL 290 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Mud Dauber, Gastrointestinal Tract, Commensalism
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Interactions Thursday, November 29, 2018 5:03 PM Competition Species 1: - Species 2: - Predator-Prey + (predator) Prey - Parasite-host parasite + Host - Commensalism + ...

Biology
BIOL 290
Brault Solange
BIOL 290 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Life Table, Demographic Transition, Survivorship Curve
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Demography: Statistical study of populations; predict population growth or decline Age Distributions Number of individuals of each age class represented in the population Age classes; by year...

Biology
BIOL 290
Brault Solange

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