Florian Trost

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The effect of three weeks ergometer training (Tr) 5 times a week for 45 min at 70% $$\dot V_{{\text{O}}_{{\text{2 max}}} } $$ by 6 subjects on erythrocyte turnover and haemoglobin O2 affinity has been studied. Increased reticulocytosis could be observed from the second day after beginning Tr until a few days after its end, probably caused by increased(More)
While a lot of papers on RoboCup’s robotic 2D soccer simulation have focused on the players’ offensive behavior, there are only a few papers that specifically address a team’s defense strategy. In this paper, we consider a defense scenario of crucial importance: We focus on situations where one of our players must interfere and disturb an opponent ball(More)
Three O2 dissociation curves from venous blood [taken at rest (A), after in vitro acidification with lactic acid (B), and after exhaustive exercise (C)] were determined in eight athletes twice in a year in detrained and fully trained state. The steepness of the standard O2 dissociation curve becomes greater during the training period (increase in Hill's n(More)
Oxygen dissociation curves (ODC) in whole blood and organic phosphate concentrations in red cells were determined in 10 highly trained male athletes (TR), 6 semitrained subjects (ST) who played sports regularly at low intensities and 8 untrained people (UT). In all groups standard ODCs (37‡ C, pH 7.40, Pco2∼43 Torr) at rest and after a short exhaustive(More)
For both sexes (7 males, 7 females) the fixed acid Bohr coefficient BCFA (delta PO2/deltapH) and the temperature coefficient TC (deltalogPO2/deltaT) were investigated in whole blood as function of oxygen saturation (SO2). BCFA which yielded maxima at midsaturation were generally lower at increased temperature (41 degrees C) and in females. Values for 50%(More)
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