HSE110 - Muscle Biology for Exercise Science
2018 unit information
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)|
Trimester 1: Craig Wright
Trimester 2: Jackson Fyfe
Waurn Ponds (Geelong): Craig Wright
Students should expect to spend approximately 150 hours undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities within this unit.
This unit is comprised of 3 modules. Each module consists of online learning experiences through CloudDeakin and are accompanied by on-campus workshops, (weekly 2 hour workshops), delivered via a combination of laboratory practical classes and seminars.
New unit 2018
The contraction of skeletal muscle generates the force to move the body and is fundamental to normal physical function and sporting performance. A thorough understanding of muscle structure, function and responses to exercise and exercise training is vitally important for the exercise physiologist as well as those working in other disciplines of exercise and sports science. In this unit, students will learn about the fundamental biology of skeletal muscle with respect to the delivery and utilisation of fuels to support muscle contraction, the associated acute cellular responses and longer term adaptations, while also examining maladaptations associated with inactivity that are central to many chronic diseases. The unit will also develop knowledge of research techniques and practical skills in the assessment of muscle biology. This is a foundation unit for the Major in Exercise Physiology.
Assessment task 1: 3 x Laboratory reports (approximately1800 words total) 45%
Assessment task 2: 3 x Online MCQ tests 20%
Assessment task 3: End of year examination (90 minutes) 35%
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