In contrast, SC content did not change during 28 days of bed rest in middle-aged men receiving essential amino acid supplementation during the bed rest period (Brooks et al., 2010), or after a 2-week period of lower-limb immobilization ...
Publisher: Academic Press
International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 346, reviews and details current advances in cell and molecular biology. The IRCMB series has a worldwide readership, maintaining a high standard by publishing invited articles on important and timely topics that are authored by prominent cell and molecular biologists. Sections in this new release include the karyosphere (karyosome) and its peculiar structure of the oocyte nucleus, organoids as models of disease, lipid droplets as organelles, the dark side of apoptosis, interconnections between autophagy and secretion, and the regulation and function of intracellular pressure in cell biology. Publishes invited review articles on selected topics Authored by established and active cell and molecular biologists whose work is drawn from international sources Offers a wide range of perspectives on specific subjects
Satchell, C. 2010. ... the Cult of Internet Openness Enables Misogyny,” Mother Jones, Apr. 10, 2014. http://www.motherjones.com/media/2014/04/ open-internet-closed-to-women Thomson, R., & Murachver, T. (2001). ... Watkins, S. C. (2009).
Author: Ashlee Humphreys
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Communication and technology
Integrating the role of media in society with foundational research and theory, Social Media aims to open a well-structured, well-grounded conversation about media transition and its effects. Offering a comprehensive overview of topics, it covers not only cultural issues like online identityand community, but also tackles more analytical topics like social media measurement, network analysis, and social media economics at an introductory level.
Sport 56, 345–351. doi: 10.1080/02701367.1985.10605339 Moore, A. D., Lee, S. C., Stenger, M. B., and Platts, S. H. (2010). ... 50, 1961–1980. doi:10.1249/ MSS.0000000000001615 Murach, K. A., Minchev, K., Grosicki, G. J., Lavin, K. M., ...
Author: Tobias Weber
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Human spaceflight has required space agencies to study and develop exercise countermeasure (CM) strategies to manage the profound, multi-system adaptation of the human body to prolonged microgravity (μG). Future space exploration will present new challenges in terms of adaptation management that will require the attention of both exercise physiologists and operational experts. In the short to medium-term, all exploration missions will be realised using relatively small vehicles/habitats, with some exploration scenarios including surface operations in low (<1G) gravity conditions. The evolution of CM hardware has allowed modern-day astronauts to return to Earth with, on average, relatively moderate levels μG-induced adaptation of the musculoskeletal (MS) and cardiovascular (CV) systems. However, although the intense use of CM has attenuated many aspects of MS and CV adaptation, on an individual level, there remains wide variation in the magnitude of these changes. Innovations in CM programs have been largely engineering-driven, with new hardware providing capability for new modes of exercise and a wider range of exercise protocols, which, in turn, has facilitated the transfer of traditional, but effective, terrestrial concepts based around high frequency resistance (multiple-set, multiple repetition) and mediumintensity continuous aerobic training. As a result, International Space Station (ISS) CM specialists have focused their efforts in these domains, taking advantage of hardware innovations as and when they became available. However, terrestrial knowledge in human and exercise physiology has expanded rapidly during the lifetime of the ISS and, consequently, there is potential to optimize current approaches by re-examining terrestrial knowledge and identifying opportunities to implement this knowledge into operational practices. Current terrestrial knowledge in exercise physiology is the product of a large number of intervention studies in which the variables that contribute to the effects of physical activity (mode, frequency, duration, intensity, recovery) have been controlled and systematically manipulated. However, due to limited opportunities to perform intervention studies in both spaceflight analogues – head-down bed rest (HDBR) being considered the ‘gold standard’ – and spaceflight itself, it will not be possible to systematically investigate the contribution of these factors to the efficacy of in-flight CM. As such, it will be necessary to draw on terrestrial evidence to identify solutions/strategies that may be best suited to the constraints of exploration and prioritise specific solutions/strategies for evaluation in HDBR and in flight.
In: 2010 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering. IEEE (2010). doi:10.1109/CISE.2010.5677020 4. ... Herring, S.C., Paolillo, J.C.: Gender and genre variation in weblogs. J. Sociolinguistics 10(4), ...
Author: Ming Fan
This book constitutes revised selected papers from the 15th Workshop on e-Business, WeB 2016, held in conjunction with the International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS, in Dublin, Ireland, in December 2016. WeB 2016 provided a forum for scholars to exchange ideas and share results from their research. Original articles addressing a broad coverage of technical, managerial, economic, and strategic issues related to consumers, businesses, industries, and governments were presented at the workshop, employing various IS research methods such as case study, survey, analytical modeling, experiments, computational models, and design science. The 15 full and 8 short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 46 submissions. They deal with the “Internetworked World” focusing on digitalization, consumerization, global platforms, and transformative innovations in industry.
(2010). Identification and characterization of a non-satellite cell muscle resident progenitor during postnatal development ... 5, 626–639. doi: 10.1002/emmm.201202096 Murach, K. A., Fry, C. S., Kirby, T. J., Jackson, J. R., Lee, J. D., ...
Author: Raymond Chip TafratePublish On: 2013-11-11
Psychotherapy, 26, 494–503. doi:10.1037/h0085468 Meis, L. A., Murphy, C., & Winter, J. J. (2010). ... Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72,202–217. doi:10.1037/0022-006X.72.2.202 Robertson, K., & Murachver, T. (2007).
Author: Raymond Chip Tafrate
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Forensic CBT: A Handbook for Clinical Practice is an edited collection that represents the first authoritative resource on the utilization of CBT strategies and techniques for offender clients. Features contributions from leaders of the major schools of CBT on the treatment of antisocial personality patterns as well as anger, interpersonal violence, substance abuse, and sexual aggression Addresses modified CBT approaches for female, juvenile, and culturally diverse forensic populations Covers emerging areas of forensic practices, including the integration of motivational interviewing and strength-based approaches Includes an assortment of worksheets, handouts, and exercises for practitioners to use with their clients
U. S. A. 107: 15111-15116, 2010. ... Denne, SC, Liechty, EA, Liu, YM, Brechtel, G, and Baron, AD. ... Dungan, CM, Murach, KA, Frick, KK, Jones, SR, Crow, SE, Englund, DA, Vechetti, IJ,Jr, Figueiredo, VC, Levitan, BM, Satin, J, McCarthy, ...
Author: Brad Schoenfeld
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Sports & Recreation
Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy, Second Edition, is the most comprehensive resource on muscle hypertrophy in the world. Written by Brad Schoenfeld, PhD, an internationally renowned expert on muscle hypertrophy, this book is the definitive resource for strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, sport scientists, researchers, and exercise science instructors who are seeking information regarding muscle hypertrophy, including the mechanism of its development, how the body structurally and hormonally changes when exposed to stress, ways to most effectively design training programs, and nutritional guidelines for eliciting hypertrophic changes. This new edition offers more than 1,000 references and applied guidelines. Two all-new chapters deliver practical content on the measurement of muscle hypertrophy and advanced training practices. Readers will learn various methods by which hypertrophy is measured, including site-specific measures (circumference measures, MRI, CT, and ultrasound), indirect measures (underwater weighing, DXA, BIA, ADP, and skinfolds), and histological measures (biopsy), as well as the strengths and limitations of each modality. The new edition also provides guidance for achieving greater training volumes with training practices that maximize the individual’s genetic potential to gain muscle. No other resource offers a comparable amount of content solely focused on the science of muscle hypertrophy and its application to designing training programs. The full-color book offers several features to make the content accessible to readers: Research Findings sidebars highlight the aspects of muscle hypertrophy currently being examined to encourage readers to re-evaluate their knowledge and ensure their training practices are up to date. Practical Applications sidebars outline how to apply the research conclusions for maximal hypertrophic development. Comprehensive subject and author indexes optimize the book’s use as a reference tool. Although muscle hypertrophy can be attained through a range of training programs, this book allows readers to understand and apply the specific responses and mechanisms that promote optimal muscle hypertrophy. It explores how genetic background, age, sex, and other factors have been shown to mediate the hypertrophic response to exercise, affecting both the rate and the total gain in lean muscle mass. Sample programs show how to design a three- or four-day-per-week undulating periodized program and a modified linear periodized program for maximizing muscular development. Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy is an invaluable resource for those seeking to maximize hypertrophic gains for themselves or their athletes or clients and for those searching for the most comprehensive and authoritative research in the field.
New York, NY: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203874844-24 Mueller, S. C., Maheu, F. S., Dozier, M., Peloso, E., Mandell, D., Leibenluft, E., ... Ernst, M. (2010). Early-life stress is associated with impairment in cognitive ...
Author: Tara L. Kuther
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Like children themselves, development is dynamic. In the chronologically organized Child and Adolescent Development in Context, award-winning author Tara L. Kuther frames development research in real-life contexts, including gender, race and ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and more. Kuther presents highly relatable examples, vivid cross-cultural stories, and case studies of real individuals, consistently prompting students to reflect on chapter content with What do you think? questions. The book emphasizes three core themes: the centrality of context, the importance of research, and the applied value of developmental science; students will come away with an understanding of these themes that they will immediately be able to apply to their own lives and future careers. INSTRUCTORS: Child and Adolescent Development in Context is accompanied by a complete teaching and learning package! Contact your rep to request a demo. SAGE Vantage Digital Option SAGE Vantage is an intuitive digital platform that delivers this text’s content in a learning experience carefully designed to ignite student engagement and drive critical thinking. Built with you and your students in mind, it offers easy course set-up and enables students to better prepare for class. Learn more. Assignable Video Assignable Video (available on the SAGE Vantage platform) is tied to learning objectives and curated exclusively for this text to bring concepts to life and appeal to different learning styles. Watch a sample video now. SAGE Coursepacks SAGE Coursepacks makes it easy to import our quality content into your school’s learning management system (LMS). Learn more. SAGE Edge This open access site offers students a robust online environment with an impressive array of learning tools and resources. Learn more. Teach a course on infants and children? Kuther′s Infants and Children in Context covers ages 0-12 and is available now. Learn more. Also of Interest: Case Studies in Lifespan Development by Stephanie M. Wright presents a series of 12 case studies shaped by the contributions of real students to build immersive examples that readers can relate to and enjoy. Bundle Case Studies in Lifespan Development with Child and Adolescent Development in Context for only $5 more!
Reprod Biol Endocrinol (RB&E) 11:66. doi:10.1186/ 1477-7827-11-66 Sharma R, Ahmad G, Esteves SC, Agarwal A (2016) ... Sundaram CS, Rangaraj N, Deenadayal M, Shivaji S (2010) Proteomics-based study on asthenozoospermia: differential ...
Author: Ashok Agarwal
Category: Health & Fitness
This Brief explores the use of proteomics as a tool for biomarker discovery in human reproduction and summarizes current findings and trends of proteomic studies in both male and female infertility. This simplifies this important but complex topic and equips the novice reader with sufficient background information on the use of proteomics in human reproduction. The up-to-date scenario on proteomic investigations will also appeal to researchers and post graduate students looking to keep abreast with the latest developments in reproductive research. This review summarizes current findings of contemporary proteomic studies on infertility in both males and females with various reproductive pathologies, and its use in predicting the outcome of assisted reproduction. In human reproduction, the search for biomarkers via proteomics is a fast-evolving approach that involves the analysis of proteins in the reproductive tissues and fluids, such as the male gametes, seminal plasma, ovarian and endometrial tissue, and follicular and uterine fluid. By comparing the protein profile of a healthy, fertile individual against that of an infertile individual, the differentially expressed proteins may give an indication to certain proteins that could serve as useful biomarkers that are related to infertility. As proteomic studies continue to unravel the dynamic proteome behind various infertility conditions, there is potential for the discovery of prognostic markers that could ultimately help in both natural and assisted human reproduction.
Robertson, K. and Murachver, T. (2010) Women and men's use of coercive control in intimate partner violence. ... Sivek, S. C. (2013) Packaging inspiration: Al Qaeda's digital magazine Inspire in the self-radicalization process.
Author: Paul Baker
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches, this book analyses over two million words of texts produced by violent jihadists to show how they use language to persuade people to carry out violent acts. It will be invaluable for researchers in corpus linguistics, as well as religious scholars.