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University of California, Davis College of Biological Sciences Exercise Biology Major, Department of NPB EXERCISE BIOLOGY 101 - EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY FALL 2010 Pre-Requisite Coursework : NPB 101 (or equivalent) Be cautious if taking NPB and EXB 101’s concurrently Some biochemistry/bioenergetics (e.g. BIS 1A, 102, or 103) is strongly recommended Instructors: Sue C. Bodine PhD, < >, 187 Briggs Hall, 752-0694 James D. Shaffrath MD, , 269 Gym, 752-0704 Teaching Assistant: Philip Matern, Office Hours: To Be Announced (TBA) Required Text: GA Brooks, Fahey and Baldwin: Exercise Physiology , McGraw-Hill, 4 rd ed., 2005. Purchase at UCD Student Bookstore in M.U. (2-3 texts On Reserve in Shields Library) Recommended Texts: V. Mougois. Exercise Biochemistry . Human Kinetics, 2006. M.E. Houston. Biochemistry Primer for Exercise Science , 3 rd ed., Human Kinetics, 2006. Plowman, SA & DL Smth, Exercise Physiology , 3 rd Will be posted to the EXB 101 Smartsite (under “ Resources ”), usually >24 hours before lecture. It is your responsibility to check and download notes. Course Credit: 4 units Class Meetings: Mondays through Thursdays from 10 to 10:50 am in Room 1001 Giedt Hall * This is a lecture-based course; regular attendance and assimilation (review & study) of presented lecture material are essential for successful understanding. Discussion:
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course EXB Exb 110 taught by Professor Aldringomes during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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