Biochemistry of Exercise IX
Ron J. Maughan, Susan M. Shirreffs
Human Kinetics, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 579 pages
Biochemistry of Exercise IX presents the proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on the Biochemistry of Exercise held in Aberdeen, Scotland, by the Research Group on Biochemistry of Exercise (ICSSPE) July 21-26, 1994. The papers from this prestigious conference feature eminent researchers from 36 countries who conducted symposia and plenary sessions on the latest developments in exercise biochemistry. The book provides a comprehensive review of recent findings on the basic mechanisms shaping exercise biochemistry and their applications to specific areas in the field. It includes 139 figures and more than 1,900 references.
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Carbohydrate Metabolism in Human Muscle Studied
Effect of Endurance Training on Glucose Metabolism
The Role of Glucose Transport in the Regulation of Glucose
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