Credits: (3)Subcellular, cellular, and tissue structure of skeletal muscle and the relationship of these structural characteristics to the functioning of the muscle. Examines energy pathways available to the muscle to support the various functions, mechanisms underlying changes in exercise tolerance that accompany exercise training and detraining, and diseases that affect skeletal muscle.
Requisites Prerequisite: A grade of C or higher in KIN 310 and KIN 335.
When Offered Fall
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K-State 8 Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning
Natural and Physical Sciences