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Exercise Physiology

HSE201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neuromuscular Junction, Skeletal Muscle, Circulatory System

Practice Questions Topic 1: Muscles List and describe the function and anatomicalstructural arrangement of key skeletal muscle components. Explain the stepwise process of each event sequence that leads to skeletal muscle c...

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Stuart Warmington
HSE201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channel, Neuromuscular Junction, Endoplasmic Reticulum

Key Learning areas: Topic 1: Muscles The function and anatomicalstructural arrangement of key skeletal muscle components. MuscleFascicleFibre (cell) MyobrilSarcomere [contains myosin (thick laments) and Actin (thin laments...

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HSE201
Stuart Warmington
HSE201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vo2 Max, Pancreas, Cardiac Output

* unlike fast acting hormones, both cortisol and GH are inuenced by a variety of stressors *hormone balance during exercise is to favour muscle fuel mobilisation, limit tissue uptake, and ensure circulating fuel supply for...

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HSE201
Stuart Warmington
HSE201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Creatine Kinase, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Pyruvate Dehydrogenase

relation time increasedprolonged due to slowed rate of Ca2+ reuptake at sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) intramuscular K+ loss, due to compromised Na+K+ pump function from decreased ATP supply and increased H+ elevations in ...

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HSE201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vo2 Max, Hematocrit, Glycogen

mitochondrial content (oxidative potential) * limitations mostly viewed as occurring through deliver rather than utilisation (occurs at level of central and peripheral circulation) *respiratory system not generally seen a...

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Stuart Warmington
HSE201 Final: HSE201 – Exercise Physiology Notes

HSE201: Exercise Physiology Notes 1. Skeletal Muscle Contraction Function structural arrangement of skeletal muscle Structure: Fascicle fibre myofibril sarcomere - Fascia: superficial under the skin, encapsulates all body...

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