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  • Bone properties and skeletal maturity in adolescent males, as assessed by quantitative ultrasound 

    Braid, Sarah Anne. (Brock University, 2007-06-04)
    ABSTRACT Background: Previous studies have implied that weight-bearing, intense and prolonged physical activities optimize bone accretion during the grow^ing years. The majority of past inquiries have used dual-energy ...
  • Force potentiation in the MDX mouse 

    Smith, Ian Curtis. (Brock University, 2007-06-29)
    Large forces are the primary mechanism of injury in muscular dystrophy, and muscular dystrophy is especially damaging to type IIB muscle fibers. It was hypothesized that post-tetanic potentiation (PTP) would be down-regulated ...