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Kinesiology & Health Science
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KINE 1020

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1 MET = 3.5 ML O 2/KG/MIN Ideal blood pressure 120/80mmHg Hypertension 140/90mmHg VO2= Q * (CaO2 - CvO2) (Q is cardiac output) Q= HR*SV 1 LO2 = 5 KCAL (at steady state equilibrium only) RER (respiratory exchange ratio) = RQ (respiratory quotient) AT STEADY EXERCISE RER: VCO2(EXPIRED) / VO2(CONSUMED) [same equation for RQ]. Ve (ventilation): TV * f (BREATHING FREQUENCY), TV STANDS FOR TIDAL VOLUME. age-predicted heart rate maximum = 220-age Termination heart rate =220-age*85% BMI= Weight (kg)/Hieght m^2 kg=2.2lb inch=2.54cm On the last day of class she gave hints about certain things to pay attention to in her lectures. Some of the examples she gave were: a) know the "A public safety.." definition on the third page of her first lecture “A public safety task is a task in which the safety of the worker, a co-worker or the public may be compromised by the failure to complete or inefficient performance of the required task.” b) the red box in the same lecture, which is on the fourth page of the first lecture • Legal Precedents; in particular the 1999 Supreme Court of Canada’s Meiorin Decision, which led to • The 2000 Consensus Forum on Establishing BFORs for Physically Demanding Occupations • 2004 Amendment to the Criminal Code of Canada c) 3 step process to prove a standard qualifies as a BFORhe thanks rivky what limits vo2 max? SV (stroke volume) and blood volume. KINE 1020 DISCUSSION (Notes for infectious diseases and respiratory system added, check the link). LECTURE NOTES ( I WILL ADD OTHERS, AS SOON AS I RECEIVE THEM): Lab Practice Questions: All winter notes: these notes are from last year (2012), I’ll let you decide if they are helpful, I will still post this years notes, once I receive them: KINE 1020 MOCK EXAM (WINTER 2013-KAHSS0): Discussion tonight at 7;00 PM. Prof. Rowan said that the mock exam is not generated by any of the professors By: Ricardo January 7 Lecture 1) Which energy system is the primary source of ATP at rest? a) Phosphagen b) Glycolytic c) Sarcoplasmicor personnels in KINE 1020. d) None of the above- 2) What it the rate controlling reaction in glycolysis? a) PPK b) PFK- c) FPK d) RFK 3) Where does oxidative phosphorylation takes place in? a) Mitochondria b) Sarcoplasm c) Sarcoplasmic Reticulum d) Ribosome ANSWERS 1) D [Oxidative] 2) B 3) A -just a tip to whoever wrote the answers, if you dont know them dont post answers you’re not sure about!!!!!! January 9 Lecture 1) Which contraction makes the muscle elongate during tension? a) Isometric b) Concentric c) Eccentric d) Isokinetic 2) What is found in the blood after a workout? a) Protein b) Creatine kinase c) Protein and creatine kinase d) None of the above 3) How much creatine is depleted within the first minute of exercise? a) ~30% b) ~50% c) ~80% d) ~90% 4) Which method returns muscle to normal state much quicker? a) Electric contraction b) Nothing/Rest c) Massage therapy d) Stretching ANSWERS 1) C 2) C 3) C 4) A January 11 Lecture 1) What is Integrated Electromyography used for (iEMG)? a) To visualize internal body structures through electrical charges flowing through body b) To measure VO o2ly, not VO ma2, while resting through electrical contraction of body c) The measure of both the transmission of the electrical signal across the neuromuscular junction and the excitability of the muscle membrane d) To monitor changes in muscle electrical activity and/or development of fatigue 2) What does the neuromuscular junction do? a) Connects nervous system to muscle system b) Releases inflammatory agents c) Releases calcium when body is low in it d) All of the above 3) What is the problem with aerobic metabolism? a) It takes too long to activate b) Accumulates reactive oxygen species (ROS) c) Decreases amount of reactive oxygen species (ROS) d) Reduces myosin ATPase activity 4) Which is TRUE about a superoxide molecule? a) Is a molecule when one electron is not matched with a charge b) Damages protein c) Causes fatigue d) All of the above is true ANSWERS 1) D 2) A 3) B 4) D January 14 Lecture 1) Which enzyme is increased during endurance running? a) Calpain protease b) Carbon-sulphur lyases c) Oxidoreductive protease d) None of the above 2) What is an example of a non-traumatic functional limitation? a) Car accident b) Convulsion c) Surgery d) Electric shock 3) What is the metabolic hypothesis of fatigue? a) Disruption of ATP homeostasis b) Disruption of creatine kinase homeostasis c) Disruption of calcium homeostasis d) Disruption of oxygen homeostasis 4) Where does calpain protease do? a) Repairs torn muscle b) Destroys oxygen molecules that are not used c) Repairs non-muscle cells d) Destroys proteins in muscle ANSWERS 1) A 2) B 3) A 4) D January 16 Lecture 1) Fibromyalgia is a) A pathogen b) A bacteria c) A syndrome d) A virus 2) Where does primary muscle disease originate in? a) Muscle b) Brain c) Heart d) None of the above 3) What is Myasthenia Gravis? a) A virus that fails to contract the muscle b) An autoimmune disease that fails to transmit nerve impulses to the muscle c) A common syndrome when a person has long-term body and joint aches d) A pathogen that causes involuntary movements 4) If you wanted to stimulate transmission of nerve impulses, which medication would you use? a) Corticosteroids b) Anticorticosteroids c) Cholinesterase d) Anticholinesterase ANSWERS 1) C 2) A 3) B 4) D January 23 Lecture 1) What is/are the activator(s) for myogenesis a) myoD and myogenin b) myoD and myostatin c) myogenin and myostatin d) myoD 2) When does protein synthesis occur? a) 8-12 hours after activity b) 38 hours after activity c) 24 hours after activity d) 36 hours after activity 3) Hypertrophy, from training, is a result from ______ a) Protein synthesis b) Protein degredation c) Protein consumption d) A and B 4) Which training impacts myogenesis the most? a) Endurance training b) Resistance training c) Short distance running d) Long distance running ANSWERS 1) A 2) D 3) D 4) B January 25 Lecture 1) Where does oxygen transfer occur? a) Lungs b) Bronchi c) Alveoli air sacs d) Trachea 2) What is tidal volume? a) Normal volume of air b) All air that you can possibly exhale c) All air that you can possibly inhale d) Air remaining in lungs after a forced exhalation 3) Veins go __________ the heart, arteries go ____________ heart a) towards, towards b) away from, towards c) away from, away from d) towards, away from 4) What is the air that is left after tidal volume? a) Functional Residual Volume b) Vital Capacity c) Cardiac Output d) Residual Volume 5) How many oxygen molecules can one haemoglobin molecule bind to? a) 10 b) 8 c) 4 d) Unlimited 6) What is cardiac output? a) Overall amount of oxygen that can circulate per minute b) Overall amount of blood that can circulate per minute c) Amount of blood that is pumped from one ventricle with each beat d) Maximum amount of blood that can be in the body ANSWERS 1) C 2) A 3) D 4) A 5) C 6) B January 28 Lecture 1) Blood leaves through ________________ in _______ Ventricle a) pulmonary arteries, right b) pulmonary veins, left c) pulmonary arteries, left d) pulmonary veins, right 2) What is the conductive zone? a) There is no conductive zone in humans b) Where oxygen diffuses c) Where gas exchange occurs d) Where oxygen gets transported 3) What is heart rate controlled by? a) Sympathetic nervous system b) Asympathetic nervous system c) Parasympathetic nervous system d) None of the above 4) Can we increase VO m2x if the heart beats faster? a) Yes b) No c) Possibly, but unlikely d) Only elite athletes Answer: B 5) Who loads haemoglobin better? a) Untrained b) Elite athletes c) Both load equally d) Males 6) Cardiac output and oxygen delivery is higher in whom? a) Untrained b) Elite athletes c) Both equally d) Males ANSWERS 1)D 2) D 3) D, C? 4) B 5) A 6) B January 30 Lecture 1) What is a normal VO 2eak volume for females aged 20-29? a) 50-54 b) 46-50 c) 43-46 d) 40-43 2) Why is lactic acid produced? a) To increase creatine production b) Due to an accumulation of calcium and blood c) To burn calories better d) None of the above 3) Is transit time shorter or longer in elites than untrained? a) Shorter b) Longer c) About the same d) Longer, but only during maximal exercise 4) Which energy system is immediate? a) Aerobic b) Anaerobic c) ATP (creatine phosphate) d) Glycolysis ANSWERS 1) D 2) D (Produced to get rid of accumulation of pyruvate) 3) A 4) C February 4 Lecture 1) Which VO ma2 testing protocol is most popular? a) “Ramp” protocol b) “Stairs” protocol c) “Step” protocol d) Maximal protocol 2) _________ is the volume of air you breathe per minute a) Oxygen output b) Ventilation c) Respiratory rate d) Dead space 3) What is the ratio between the amount of CO exhaled2 and O i2haled? a) Alveoli ratio b) Respiration ratio c) Respiratory exchange ratio d) Respiratory quotient 4) What is respiratory quotient? a) Amount of protein that is burned during exercise b) Ratio of CO produced and O being consume 2 2 c) Ratio of CO b2ing exhaled to blood circulating d) None of the above 5) What is the transition between steady state exercise and lactic accumulation called? a) Anaerobic threshold b) Aerobic inception c) Bicarbonate d) Hyperventilation 6) When does ventilator threshold occur in untrained? a) 40-50% VO ma2 b) 50-60% VO ma2 c) 60-70% VO max 2 d) 70-80% VO ma2 ANSWERS 1) C 2) B 3) C 4) B 5) A 6) B February 6 Lecture 1) Which one affects VO ma2? a) Race b) Gender c) Initial fitness level d) Genes 2) Which one is most affected with low-intensity work? a) Elite b) Male untrained c) Female untrained d) Unfit 3) RER is measured at _______, and RQ is measured at _________ a) muscle, heart b) heart, lung c) lung, muscle d) lung, lung 4) When would you begin to see a plateau for cardiorespiratory fitness? a) Working out <2 days/weekly b) Working out 6 days/weekly c) Working out 3-5 days/weekly d) Workout out 3-5days/biweekly 5) VO 2n litres is lower in ___________ than ____________ a) shower, on the toilet b) post-training, pre-training c) pre-training, post-training d) both are equal ANSWERS 1) D 2) D 3) C 4) B 5) C Jan 21. 1. Sarcopenia is defined as: a) gain of muscle mass and strength due to aging b) loss of muscle mass and strength due to aging c) an extensible membrane enclosing the contractile substance of a muscle fiber d) one of the segments into which a myofibril is divided. 2. Which of the following activate caspases? a) calcium b) ROS c) mitochondria d) all of the above 3. Maintaining or improving muscular strength later in life reduces the percentage of functional limitations by: a) over 50% b) under 50% c) 35% d) 0% 4. Sarcopenia impacts which percentage of the population that is under 70 years of age? a) 20-40% b) 40%+ c) 10-25% d) 5-10% 5. Potential causes for decreasing skeletal muscle mass and strength with aging are: a) Loss of hormonal adaptations b) Gain of neurological influences c) Decreased cell death d) All of the above ANSWERS: 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. A February 11 MC questions 1.) The following statements are true about Restrictive lung diseases except: a.) It affects the structure of the lung b.) Reduces Total lung capacity but does not affect the residual volume c.) Increased expiratory flow rates d.) Deformation in the chest wall 2.) The following diseases involve Pulmonary circulation disease except: a.) Pulmonary hemorrhage b.) Pulmonary fibrosis c.) Pulmonary arterial hypertension d.) Pulmonary embolism 3.) The following may trigger asthma except: a.) Rage b.) Cold weather c.) Animals d.) Running on a treadmill e.) A and D f.) A and B g.) None of the above 4.) In lung functions tests of patients with restrictive lung diseases, the tests indicate: a.) Reduced Total Lung Capacity b.) Reduced Tidal Volume and Vital capacity c.) Increased Functional Residual Volume and Residual Volume d.) All of the above e.) A and B are correct f.) A and C are correct 5.) Exercise in Restrictive lung disease patients involves a competition between ________ and _______ for a lower O2 supply. a.) Heart rate and stroke volume b.) Blood volume and stroke volume c.) Vasodilation and vasoconstriction d.) Respiratory and locomotive muscles. Answers: B B G E D Lecture March 4 , 2013-Dr. Riddell Multiple Choice Questions 1. Where are Pathogens found? a) Air, sneezes, coughs b) Public areas, homes c) Arm rest, door handles d) All of the above 2. Which of the following is correct? a) Pathogens give you symptomsi b) Pathogens give you syndromes c) Syndromes come from symptoms, which come from pathogens d) Syndromes give you heart attacks, cardiac arrests, etc. 3. What are some common syndromes? a) Cough, cold, flu b) Heart attacks, cardiac arrests c) Diarrhea, stomach flu, cancer d) Nose bleeds, sweaty palms 4. What are the top 3 pathogen killers? a) HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria b) Pneumococcus, HIV, Malaria c) HIV,Tuberculosis, Pnemococcus d) None of the above 5. Which is true? a) Hepatitis A is more deadly than Hepatitis B b) Hepatitis B is equally deadly to Hepatitis A c) Hepatitis A is less deadly than Hepatitis B d) Hepatitis A is deadly 6. What is a Vector? a) An infection/virus agent that transmits the infection through bites b) Birds with viruses c) Flying insects with viruses that bite birds d) All of the above 7. Top 3 syndromes in Canada: a) Pneumonia, Malaria, Pneumococcus b) Septicaemia, Urinary Tract Infection, Malaria c)
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