3 edition of Energetic aspects of muscle contraction found in the catalog.
Energetic aspects of muscle contraction
Roger C. Woledge
|Statement||Roger C. Woledge, Nancy A. Curtin, Earl Homsher.|
|Series||Monographs of the Physiological Society ;, no. 41|
|Contributions||Curtin, Nancy A., Homsher, Earl.|
|LC Classifications||QP321 .W58 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||84020430|
Models of muscle crossbridge dynamics have great potential for understanding muscle contraction and having a wide range of application. However, the estimation of many model parameters, most of which are difficult to measure, limits their by: The length of time a muscle has been contracting affects the of __ muscle contraction. calcium If all other factors affecting muscle contraction are the same, later muscle contractions will be stronger than earlier ones because: More ___ has been released.
Electron micrograph of a bundle of skeletal muscle ﬁbers wrapped in connective tissue. On the same page is a great psoas article by Liz Koch, known for looking at so many of the aspects and effects of having awareness of this muscle. I also cover more on the physical and energetic aspects of uddiyana bandha on pages (1st ed.) of my book Functional Anatomy of Yoga.
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Exerc Sport Sci Rev. ; Energetic aspects of skeletal muscle contraction: implications of fiber types. Rall JA. In this chapter fundamental energetic properties of skeletal muscles as elucidated from isolated muscle preparations are by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woledge, Roger C.
Energetic aspects of muscle contraction. London ; Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) The fundamental event in muscle contraction we refer to as excitation-contraction coupling.
Whereby depolarization of the t-tubule and activation of the calcium-release channels from the sarcoplasmic reticulum, results in calcium release into the Sarcoplasm. Calcium then binds with Troponin C, allows the interaction of actin and myosin, and we.
Monogr Physiol Soc. ; Energetic aspects of muscle contraction. Woledge RC, Curtin NA, Homsher E. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: Today the problem of muscle contraction stands in the frontline of physiology, biophysics, biochemistry and molecular biology; for example at the American Biophysical Society meeting in San Francisco, in February15 of the 64 symposia dealt with muscle : Joseph Tigyi.
Studies of muscle energetics parallel those of mechanical and biochemical kinetics and have the same ultimate goal understanding the mechanism of mechanochemical transduction at the cross-bridge level (Barclay et al., ).Historically, muscle energetics has been associated with the measurement of muscle heat production.
A rise in temperature, the first indication of chemical reactions in. Energetic aspects of muscle contraction / Roger C. Woledge, Nancy A. Curtin, Earl Homsher Academic Press London ; Orlando Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Contraction in Book Titles. Muscular Contraction. Excitation-Contraction Coupling and Cardiac Contractile Force. Energetic aspects of muscle contraction. Useful Words. Becoming - Comely - Comme Il Faut - Decent - Decorous - Seemly.
Other articles where Muscle contraction is discussed: muscle: Whole muscle: Striated muscle contracts to move limbs and maintain posture. Both ends of most striated muscles articulate the skeleton and thus are often called skeletal muscles.
They are attached to the bones by tendons, which have some elasticity provided by the proteins collagen and elastin, the major. The mechanics of the actomyosin interaction is central in muscle contraction and intracellular trafficking.
A better understanding of the events occurring in the actomyosin complex requires the examination of all nucleotide-dependent states and of the energetic features. Paradigms for understanding muscle bioenergetics then can be understood from a set of basic premises of biochemical energy balance 1) ATP provides the energy for all forms of muscle work; 2) chemical energy is stored in cells as phosphocreatine, a biochemical capacitor; 3) the sum of the coupled ATPases sets the demand side of the balance and Cited by: 6.
In their basic work on the “Energetic Aspects of Muscle Contraction” Woledge, Curtin and Homsher (, p. ) describe the effect of stretch: “When an active muscle is stretched, its mechanic and energetic behavior is strikingly different from that during shortening or in isometric contraction and, after the end of the period of stretching Cited by: 4.
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Outlining the structure of the book Energetic Aspects of Muscle Contraction (Woledge et al., ) that he wrote in collaboration with Woledge and Curtin, Homsher described the immense investment of time that resulted in the chapter dedicated to the heat of chemical change – accounting for of the book's eventual pages.
Homsher Author: Kathryn Knight. Control sequence in vertebrate skeletal muscle --Mechanical aspects of muscular contraction --Myofibrillar composition, organization, and function --Chemical and energetic changes during contraction --The heat production of muscle --Thermodynamics and muscular contraction --The contractile process in various types of muscle.
Series Title. The site of fatigue can be theoretically located either in the central nervous system (Central fatigue) or in the peripheray (Peripheray fatigue) involving perhaps the neuromuscular junction, the excitation-contraction coupling and/or the metabolic and in general the energetic aspects of the muscle.
The controversy over the location of muscle Cited by: 2. Muscle, Skeletal. April ; DOI: Also, the energetic aspects of muscle contraction will not be discussed in this chapter.
Studying Muscle. (Book Reviews: First and Last Experiments in. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.
Assessment of cardiac energetics at the level of ATP-synthesis, chemomechanical energy transformation and whole organ dynamics as a function of haemodynamic load, ventricular configuration and oxygen- and substrates supply is basic to understanding cardiac function under physiological and pathophysiological (hypertrophy, hypoxia, ischaemia and heart failure) conditions.
This hydraulic mechanism anticipates structural, biochemical, mechanical and energetic aspects of striated muscle contraction, leading to quantitative formulation of a hydrodynamic power-balance equation yielding a general force-velocity relation.This book describes muscle contraction and the structure and physiology that make muscle contraction possible.
The following sections will cover the three major muscle types (skeletal (striated), smooth, and cardiac), explaining how each contracts, what controls the onset and end of a contraction, and what controls the strength of a contraction.During stretch and muscle contraction, the steep helical structure (70°) rotates and stores energy to aid the series elastic component in muscle .
This is due to the fact that the thin Author: Robert Jarosch.