Molecular Exercise Physiology: An Introduction is the first student-friendly textbook to be published on this key topic in contemporary sport and exercise science. It introduces sport and exercise genetics and the molecular mechanisms by which exercise causes adaptation. The text is linked to real life sport and exercise science situations such as awhat makes people good at distance running?a, awhat DNA sequence variations code for a high muscle mass?a or aby what mechanisms does exercise improve type2 diabetes?a The book includes a full range of useful features, such as summaries, definitions of key terms, guides to further reading, review questions, personal comments by molecular exercise pioneers (Booth, Bouchard) and leading research in the field, as well as descriptions of research methods. A companion website offers interactive and downloadable resources for both student and lecturers. Structured around central themes in sport and exercise science, such as nutrition, endurance training, resistance training, exercise a chronic disease and ageing, this book is the perfect foundation around which to build a complete upper-level undergraduate or postgraduate course on molecular exercise physiology.D Lee Hamilton, PhD Lee is a Lecturer at the University of Stirling in the Health and Exercise Sciences research group. His research interest is primarily the contribution that kinase phosphorylation cascades play in exercise and nutritionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Molecular Exercise Physiology|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-02-24|