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Mechanisms of Work Production and Work Absorption in Muscle

by Haruo Sugi

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English


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"In contrast to common practice, we have always tried to include as many discussions held at the meeting in our proceedings as possible, so as to enable readers to properly evaluate each paper presented, as well as to learn of future prospects in this field of research. Although the policy of including discussions occasions a long publication delay, we believe that it is worth repeating in our future publication, as we have met a number of young investigators fascinated by the discussions in our proceedings ...
In the concluding remarks in this volume, Dr. Hugh E. Huxley, a principal architect of the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction, states that the molecular mechanism of myofilament sliding remains mysterious to all of us. We hope that this volume will stimulate muscle investigators to design and perform novel experiments to clarify the mysteries in muscle contraction."
Haruo Sugi and Gerald H. Pollack, excerpted from the Preface.

Edition Notes

Other titlesProceedings of a symposium held in Hakone, Japan, October 27-31, 1997
Statementedited by Haruo Sugi, Gerald H. Pollack
SeriesAdvances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 0065-2598 -- 453, Advances in experimental medicine and biology -- 453.
ContributionsPollack, Gerald H.
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (680 pages).
Number of Pages680
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27074031M
ISBN 101468460390
ISBN 109781468460391
OCLC/WorldCa840289307

During the last few years the basic features of the sliding-filament model of contraction in striated muscle have gained general *acceptance and it has been possible to concentrate attention on the detailed mechanism by which the relative sliding force between the actin and myosin filaments is devel- oped. Anumber of observations have indicated in general outline how cross-. Cristina Alonso, Leocadio Rodriguez-Mañas, in Inflammation, Advancing Age and Nutrition, Aging Muscle. Cellular mechanisms altered during muscle aging include apoptosis, which is increased [30,31]; mitochondrial dysfunction with a concomitant decrease in mitochondrial ATP production [32]; and a large increase in oxidative stress [33,34].These mechanisms .

  The popularity of testosterone among drug users is due to its powerful effects on muscle strength and mass. Important mechanisms behind the myotrophic effects of testosterone were uncovered both in athletes using steroids for several years and Cited by: The purpose of this book is to present the state of knowledge concerning nutrition and point out directions for future work for the Echinodermata, an ancient group which shows great diversity in form and function, and whose feeding activities can have great environmental impact.

cal to mechanical energy is essential to a full understanding of the behavior of muscle, it is beyond the scope of this book. The reader is urged to consult other sources for a discussion of the chemical and physiological interactions that Review briefly the structure of muscle and the mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction File Size: 1MB. Absorption of Amino Acids. The mechanism by which amino acids are absorbed is conceptually identical to that of monosaccharides. The lumenal plasma membrane of the absorptive cell bears at least four sodium-dependent amino acid transporters - one each for acidic, basic, neutral and amino acids. These transporters bind amino acids only after.


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Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle : Paperback. In the concluding remarks in this volume, Dr. Hugh E. Huxley, a principal architect of the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction, states that the molecular mechanism of myofilament sliding remains mysterious to all of us.

In the concluding remarks in this volume, Dr. Hugh E. Huxley, a principal architect of the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction, states that the molecular mechanism of Brand: Springer US.

Molecular mechanism of actin-myosin interaction, part I --Molecular mechanism of actin-myosin interaction, part II --Molecular mechanism of regulation of actin-myosin interaction --X-ray diffration studies on the structural changes during contraction --Contraction characteristics in skeletal muscle --Contraction charactersitics in cardiac muscle --Factors affecting mechanical efficiency in skeletal and cardiac muscle.

Mechanisms of work production and work absorption in muscle / edited by Haruo Sugi and Gerald H. Pollack ; prepared under the auspices of the International Union of Physiological Sciences. imprint. Get this from a library.

Mechanisms of Work Production and Work Absorption in Muscle. [Haruo Sugi; Gerald H Pollack] -- 'In contrast to common practice, we have always tried to include as many discussions held at the meeting in our proceedings as possible, so as to enable readers to properly evaluate each paper.

Energy Consumption of Cardiac Muscles 46 1 Yasutake Saeki, Takakazu Kobayashi, Kiyohiro Takigiku, and Haruo Sug i Work Production and Work Absorption in Muscle Strips from Vertebrate Cardiac and Insect Flight Muscle Fibers 47 1 David Maughan, Jeff Moore, Jim Vigoreaux, Bill Barnes, and Louis A.

Mulieri Stretch activation, which underlies the ability of all striated muscles to do oscillatory work, is a prominent feature of both insect flight and vertebrate cardiac muscle. We have examined and Work Production and Work Absorption in Muscle Strips from Vertebrate Cardiac and Insect Flight Muscle Fibers | SpringerLinkCited by: Fundamental discoveries in the s relating to the mechanism of muscle contraction fueled an explosion of knowledge in the latter half of the 20 th century.

This book traces in depth the evolution of ideas from the s into the 21 st century. In a scholarly yet highly readable monograph, the book describes the history on which our current understanding of muscle. The mechanism of absorption is one aspect of cell physiology and our knowledge advances hand in hand with our general knowledge of cell physiology.

For example, though a few years ago the functions of mitochondria were almost unknown, we now know that no hypothesis of absorption mechanism can neglect these particles and their important physiological by: 9.

Calcium —Blood levels of ionic calcium determine the absorption of dietary calcium. When blood levels of ionic calcium drop, parathyroid hormone (PTH) secreted by the parathyroid glands stimulates the release of calcium ions from bone matrices and increases the reabsorption of calcium by the kidneys.

interference with electrical impulses from the brain to the muscles of respiration. suppression of the receptors in the muscles of respiration. the potential to paralyze the diaphragm.

a decrease in the release of prostaglandins. Formerly absorption was supposed to take place by means of the blood vessels alone. After the discovery of lymph and chyle vessels by Caspar Aselli the belief in the direct absorption by the blood vessels was abandoned, and all the work of absorption was attributed to the lymphatics.

Now, however, ample evidence exists to show that substances capable of absorption can. Muscle contraction begins when the nervous system generates a signal.

The signal, an impulse called an action potential, travels through a type of nerve cell called a motor neuron. The neuromuscular junction is the name of the place where the motor neuron reaches a muscle cell.

Skeletal muscle tissue is composed of cells called muscle fibers. We briefly review that ventricular systolic pressure-volume area (PVA) can predict changes in myocardial O 2 consumption (Vo 2) associated with cardiac work production (positive work) and absorption (negative work).

PVA represents the total mechanical energy of cardiac contraction as it is an integral of mechanical energy generated during systole in the cardiac by: 3. The mechanisms by which 1,25 (OH) 2 D regulates transcellular calcium transport are best understood in the intestine.

Here 1,25 (OH) 2 D stimulates calcium entry across the brush border membrane into the cell, transport of calcium through the cell, and removal of calcium from the cell at the basolateral by: 8.

Start studying Final Exam Pharmacy. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Potentiation of skeletal muscle relaxants may occur when taken with action. Bronchodilators work by which mechanism of action.

Evidence for the role of muscle in reducing shock can be deduced from the work of Winter'6. He analysed the power generation and absorption at the hip, knee and ankle of joggers and found peak absorption occurring in Pratf: Mechanisms of shock attenuation 53 the knee and ankle just after heel by: Studies of muscle mechanical properties have played a pivotal role in the development of our understanding of muscle physiology [1, 2], but surprisingly, unlike all materials used in man-made systems, there are little quantitative data on the viscoelastic parameters of passive and contracted muscle.

The available data are often by: 7. Absorption in the Small Intestine: General Mechanisms. Virtually all nutrients from the diet are absorbed into blood across the mucosa of the small intestine. In addition, the intestine absorbs water and electrolytes, thus playing a critical role in maintenance of.

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1. Background. Surprisingly, given their pivotal physiological significance, our understanding of the role of the B group of vitamins (thiamine (B 1), riboflavin (B 2), niacin (B 3), pantothenic acid (B 5), vitamin B 6, folate (B 9) and vitamin B 12) in health and brain function is limited in several an example, the major human epidemiological and controlled Cited by: The ingestion of food stimulates digestion and processing of the carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

This breakdown of food triggers glycolysis, the Krebs cycle, the electron transport chain, fatty acid oxidation, lipogenesis, and amino acid oxidation to produce energy. Heat is .