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U OF APAC311Joel EdwardsFall

Drills(Autosaved).doc

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Outlet pass to the wings fro perimeter shots. After the shot, they rebound and the lay up person makes a inital pass. Pass to the player at free throw
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Riboflavin, Margarine, Osteoarthritis

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Jan 7 nutrition: chap 1 the role of nutrition in our health. Nutrition: the study of food, including: how food nourishes our bodies, how food influence
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Critical Role, Absorptive Capacity, Duodenum

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Food travels from the mouth to the stomach through the esophagus: peristalsis is the muscular contractions moving food through the gi tract. In chewing
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Nutrient Density, Dash Diet, Health Canada

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After reading this chapter you will be able to: describe the four characteristics of a nutritious diet. Interpret the nutrition facts table on a food l
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Digestion, Cholesterol, Phospholipid

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Food provides us with: energy for body processes, heat for body temperature regulation, building blocks for growth and maintenance of body tissues. Why
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis, Body Composition, Basal Metabolic Rate

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March 4 ch11 maintaining a healthy body weight. A persons actual weight isn"t the only factor to consider. Determining if a person"s body weight is hea
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Physical Fitness, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, Calisthenics

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Physical activity: any muscle movement that increases energy expenditure. Leisure time physical activity: any activity unrelated to a persons occupatio
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Vitamin, Coagulation, Bone Resorption

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Vitamin k: vitamin k is a fat soluble vitamin stored in the liver, phylloquinone is the plant form of vitamin k, menaquinone is the form of vitamin k p
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Glutathione, Neural Tube, Hemoglobin

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NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Mutation, Gastric Bypass Surgery, Osteoarthritis

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Thermic effect of food (tef: energy expended to process food. Energy expended in physical activity: energy cost of movement above basal, affected by bo
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Caffeine, Ribose, B Vitamins

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Fuel for pa: atp the energy carrying molecule in the body, atp must be generated continuously since muscles store only enough atp for. After depleting
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Calcification, Osteoclast, Vitamin D Deficiency

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Feb 25 ch 9 nutrient involved in bone health. Bone structure: provides strength to support the body, allows for flexibility, contains about 65% mineral
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Dash Diet, Critical Role, Hyperkalemia

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Functions of water: essential for life, required for fluid and electrolyte balance and many metabolic reactions. Recommendation for water: varies with
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Amniotic Fluid, Body Fluid, Synovial Fluid

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Feb 8: ch7 nutrients involved in fluid and electrolyte balance. Fluids: substances composed of freely moving molecules, have the ability to conform to
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Manganese, Macular Degeneration, Carotene

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Large quantities don"t appear to be toxic: skin can turn yellow (carotenoderma, taking beta-carotene supplements isn"t recommended as they aren"t assoc
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Vitamin, Catalase, Lipoprotein

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Antioxidants are chemicals that protect cells from damage from oxidation, including: vitamin e, vitamin c, beta-carotene, vitamin a, selenium. Structur
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Osteoporosis, Water–Electrolyte Imbalance, Eating Disorder

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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

March 18 - pregnancy nutritions.doc

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NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Underweight, Disordered Eating, Vitamin A

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April 3 ch16 nutrition throughout life. Nutrition related concerns: body image and appearance become more important to kids as puberty approaches. Inad
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Health Canada, Multivitamin, Dental Caries

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Lactating women should consume an extra 500 kcal/day above their own needs: this allows a woman to gradually lose weight (1-4 pounds per month) Benefit
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Iodised Salt, Teratology, Insulin Resistance

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Vitamin a: needs increase by 10% in pregnancy, excess vitamin a can cause abnormalities in fetal kidneys and nervous system. Vitamin d: ai doesn"t incr
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Dietary Reference Intake, Peer Pressure, Micronutrient

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March 27 ch 16 nutrition in childhood and late adulthood. Age 1-3: rapid growth rate of infancy begins to slow, gains 5. 5-7. 5 inches and 9-11 pounds,
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Guar Gum, Psyllium, Resistant Starch

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Carbs: one of the 3 macronutrients, a primary energy source, especially for nerve cells, composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, good source include frui
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Retina, Omega-3 Fatty Acid, Glycogen

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Fat is very energy dense, containing 9 kcal/g: much of the energy used during rest comes from fat. Fat is used for energy during exercise, especially a
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Complete Protein, Saturated Fat, Weaning

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Vegan diets: vegetarianism: restricting the diet to foods of plant origin, there are many versions of vegetarianism, there are many reasons to adopt a
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Kidney Disease, Protein Structure, Veganism

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Proteins: proteins are large complex molecules composed of amino acids, contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, primary source of nitrogen in our d
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Chapter Notes -Glycemic Index, Trehalose, Maltose

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Steps of regulation of blood glucose through glucagon: glucagon is secreted by pancreas and enters bloodstream, glucagon stimulates glycogen breakdown,
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U OF ANUTR100Sabina ValentineWinter

NUTR100 Lecture Notes - Trans Fat, Cardiovascular Disease, Lipoprotein Lipase

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Lipids are diverse class of molecules that are insoluble in water. Three types of lipids are found in foods: Triglycerides are composed of: 3 fatty aci
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

march 15 badminton.doc

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Planning practice: you should keep in mind the content of the practice as well as the goals of the practice. Instruction: project a clear voice, provid
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

Feb 25 - doubles .doc

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Characteristics of the games: the idea is to exploit opens and force errors manifest differently in doubles than in singles (because each played covers
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

Feb 8 singles games and drills.doc

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Introduction to badminton singles: drill design for singles games, basics singles strategies. Main goal: effectively utilize court space to force mista
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

PAC131 Lecture Notes - Backhand, Sport Canada, Time Management

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Canadian sport for life (cs4l) and long term athlete development (ltad) The 10 year rule: for one to achieve their max athletic potentials, it requires
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

PAC131 Lecture Notes - Reserve Teams In Norwegian Football

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Jan 23 laws of badminton by bwf. Badminton court: remember the names of lines for midterm. Badminton racquet: head is the whole frame around the string
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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

PAC131 Lecture Notes - Problem Solving, Polskie Radio Program Iii, Focus 3

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U OF APAC131Judy LiaoWinter

PAC131 Lecture Notes - Backcrossing

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Jan 16 basics badminton shots and footwork. Critical elements that you should pay attention to during practices. Backswing stretch muscles to generate
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U OF APEDS240Brad KernWinter

PEDS240 Lecture Notes - Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Shoulder Joint, Coracoid Process

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March 18 ch 18 shoulder: the shoulder is an extremely complicated region of the body, the sternal calvicular joint is the only connection between the u
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U OF APEDS240Brad KernWinter

PEDS240 Lecture Notes - New Approach, Synovial Sheath, Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug

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April 5 ch 19 elbow, forearm, wrist and hand. Fall on flexed elbow or from direct blow. Fracture can occur in any one or more of the bones. Foosh often
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U OF APEDS240Brad KernWinter

PEDS240 Lecture Notes - Axilla, Subacromial Bursa, Myositis Ossificans

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U OF APEDS240Brad KernWinter

PEDS240 Lecture Notes - Bruise, Kataeb Party, Acromioclavicular Joint

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April 8 ch 19 recognition and management of finger injuries. Cause of mallet finger: caused by a blow that contacts tip of finger avulsing extensor ten
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U OF APEDS240Brad KernWinter

PEDS240 Lecture Notes - Analgesic, Cubitus Valgus, Ulna

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April 3 ch 19: elbow, forearm, wrist and hand. Pronation and supination occur in the elbow between the joints of the radius and ulna. Remember arm is s
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