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kin 102 uiuc

kin 102 uiuc

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School: Texas Tech University
Department: Kinesiology
Course: Applied exercise physiology
Professor: Audra day
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: Hydration and electrolyte
Cost: 50
Name: Chapter 10 Study Guide
Description: To ensure the best grade on the exam be able to answer these questions as discussed in class and in the lecture notes
Uploaded: 02/05/2017
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∙ What functions does water play in our body?




∙ Where is water found in the body?




∙ How much water comprises the body?



Exam Study Guide for Chapter 10 ∙ How much water comprises the body? ∙ Where is water found in the body? ∙ What functions does water play in our body? ∙ How does water weight differ between people of different ages? What factor largely determines this difference in water weight? ∙ How does water intake or loss alter concentration of ions in the Don't forget about the age old question of Who uses financial statements in accounting?
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body? ∙ Know what generates the greatest/least volume of water loss/ingestion.  (Table 10-1) ∙ What is recommended (i.e., adequate) fluid intake for adults and athletes  based on Kcals? ∙ How do you calculate sweat rate? ∙ Know definitions for the following key terms: euhydration, hypohydration (dehydration), isotonic, hypotonic, hypertonic, electrolytes, ions, cations, anions, osmotic pressure, osmotic gradient, and hyponatremia. ∙ How does the body control electrolyte balance? What organs are involved and how do they assist in electrolyte balance? ∙ Describe the physiological pathway that leads to sweating. ∙ What are the physiological effects of dehydration? What do these effects  do to anaerobic and aerobic performance? ∙ What are the assessments for hydration status? ∙ Know the information derived from the National Athletic Trainers Assoc. in Table 10-3

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