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KHS 884 Muscle Physiology

KHS 884  Muscle Physiology  Units: 3.00  

A lecture-seminar course in which muscular, metabolic, and endocrine adaptations to exercise will be discussed in detail focusing on the effects of acute exercise and physical conditioning on the major energy producing systems (carbohydrate and lipid metabolism). Summer 2013. PREREQUISITE: KNPE-427 or equivalent.

Requirements: Prerequisite for KHS 884  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  

Kinesiology and Health Studies

The School of Kinesiology and Health Studies is situated at 28 Division Street. The School's building provides state-of-the-art offices, classrooms, seminar rooms, and laboratories for all graduate programs. Lab areas include Ergonomics/ Biomechanics Research Centre, Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Human Vascular Control Laboratory, Cardiovascular Stress Response Laboratory, Muscle Physiology Laboratory, Physical Activity Epidemiology Laboratory, Health Promotion Laboratory, Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Laboratory, Socio-Cultural Studies of Health, Sport and the Body Laboratory, and Revved Up Laboratory. Labs contain relevant equipment, computer facilities, interview rooms, video-editing equipment and other laboratory resources for research.  Graduate students also have access to facilities in various cognate departments.

Kinesiology & Health Studies (KHS)

    Not all courses are offered in any one year.  If a course is not offered in one year, it is frequently offered in the       subsequent year.     Admission to all courses is in consultation and approval with the course instructor.     Every attempt will be made to arrange programs to suit the interests and needs of individual students.     The course timetable for each academic session is available on the  School's web site.     All courses  are 3. 0 credit units except  KHS-899 and 999, which are 6.0 credit units.