Handbook of Physiology: Exercise: Regulation and Integration of Multiple Systems Section 12

Handbook of Physiology: Exercise: Regulation and Integration of Multiple Systems Section 12

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This volume offers a synthesis of information and ideas about the physiology of exercise that will provide a basis for future investigations in this field. It sets a standard for the physiological study of exercise and should be of interest to physiologists, sports scientists, kinesiologists, cardiologists, motor control neurologists and physicians.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1210 pages
  • 224 x 284 x 52mm | 3,138.84g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • numerous line figures and tables, bibliography
  • 0195091744
  • 9780195091748

Table of contents

PART I: NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT, EDITED BY JUDITH SMITH; 1. The Physiological Control of Motoneuron Activity; 2. Neuromuscular Adaptation; 3. Proprioceptive Feedback and Movement Regulation; 4. Kinesthesia: Roles for Afferent Signals and Motor Commands; 5. Neural Control of Sterotypic Limb Movements (CPGs); 6. The Corticospinal System: A Structural Framework for the Central Control of Movement; 7. Postural Orientation and Equilibrium; 8. Biomechanical Insights into Neural Control of Movement; PART II: CONTROL OF RESPIRATORY AND CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMS, EDITED BY JEROME A. DEMPSEY, JOHN M. JOHNSON, AND PETER D. WAGNER; 9. Central Neural Control of Respiration and Circulation During Exercise; 10. Reflexes Controlling Circulatory, Ventilatory and Airway Responses to Exercise; 11. Airway, Lung and Respiratory Muscle Function During Exercise; 12. Determinants of Gas Exchange and Acid-Base Balance During Exercise; 13. Pulmonary Hemodynamics and Fluid Exchange in the Lungs During Exercise; 14. Lactate Transport and Exchange During Exercise; 15. Cardiac Output During Exercise: Contributions of the Cardiac, Circulatory and Respiratory Systems; 16. Control of Blood Flow to Cardiac and Skeletal Muscle During Exercise; 17. Integration of Cardiovascualr Control Systems in Dynamic Exercise; PART III CONTROL OF ENERGY METABOLISM DURING EXERCISE, EDITED BY RONALD TERJUNG; 18. Cellular Processes Integrating the Metabolic Response to Exercise; 19. Control of Glycolysis and Glycogen Metabolism; 20. Glucose Utilization; 21. Lipid Metabolism in Muscle; 22. Influence of Exercise on Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism; 23. Regulation of Extramuscular Fuel Sources During Exercise; 24. Muscle Plasticity: Energy Demand and Supply Processes; 25. Regulation of Gene Expression in Skeletal Muscle by Contractile Activity; 26. Cellular, Molecular and Metabolic Basis of Muscle Fatigueshow more