Exam 2 part 3
How does the body measure blood osmolarity?
Blood becomes more concentrated, osmolarity goes up. Plasma volume
goes down, blood pressure goes down
What happens to blood volume and blood pressure during exercise in the
heat? How is this measu
Tour de France, pro
cyclists average 5 h/day
In hot weather, steep
mountains for 23 days.
Energy required about 5000 kcal +
Kinesiology 110 Braun
1st challenge: Eat 7500 kcals
75 slices of bread
Kinesiology final notes
Lecture 31, Muscle Growth
Muscles are bundles of individual fibers
Muscle cells divided into myofibrils
Sarcomeres make up the units
o Comprised of Actin and Myosin which spurs the muscle motion
Muscle contraction: stimulus by moto
Final exam part 2
Determinants of VO2 max
ability of the heart to deliver oxygen, ability of the muscles to use it
Critical window for glycogen storage
first 2 hours after exercising
converts glucose to glycogen, active for about 2 hours
Final exam part 3
swelling in muscles cuts off circulation to muscle fibers leading to tissue
death, nerve damage, and pain
coenzyme that helps form acetyl CoA for Krebs
Niacin & riboflavin
coenzymes that form NAD and FAD (pr
What are steroid hormones made from? Where in the cell do they act?
made from cholesterol. act directly on DNA
What are ANABOLIC effects? What are ANDROGENIC effects?
anabolic (muscle building) androgenic (masculinizing)
What 2 molecules can testos
Final exam part 1
the sum of all life processes
Break down of molecules, produces energy
Building of molecules, requires energy
1st Law of Thermodynamics
energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted to one form or
Exam 2 part 2
Protein contribution goes up when glycogen supplies are low, protein
use is much lower if glucose is consumed during exercise
What happens to the protein contribution when glycogen supplies are LOW?
What happens when glucose is consumed duri
Exam 2 part 1
"I was just like you" convince people that other diets don't work
What is a common theme used by diet book authors to introduce their diet?
"Lost" or forgotten medical paper, buried in stacks at Harvard medical
school, medical community prev
Chapter 2 section 2
concrete operations stage
capable of understanding the reversibility of actions and hence can grasp
mathematical concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
formal operational stage
in Piaget's theory, the stage of c
Chapter 2 section 1
a set of propositions describing the operations and causes of natural
addresses changes that are attributed proportionately more to maturation
than to environmental experience. , A group of ideas
Exam 1 study guide
The amount of force a muscle group can exert- only 12 reps
The ability of a muscle to apply force repeatedly or to sustain a contraction
for a period of time- more than 12 reps
Both muscular enduranc
A tip for success in this class
You are what you eat.
Dont get bogged down in the details.
Whats the key point?
How to take notes for this class?
Writing down every word on the slide
Paying attention to what Im saying and writing
down key points