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REVIEW The genetic diversity of Plasmodium vivax – A Review-Wanessa ARTICLES A population genetics study of Anopheles darlingi (Diptera: Cu-licidae) from Colombia based on random amplified polymorphic DNA-polymerase chain reaction and amplified fragment lenght polymorphism markers-Urban malaria in the Brazilian Western Amazon Region I. High prevalence of(More)
This study aims at quantifying through electromyography the actions of the biceps brachii-BB (long head), triceps brachii-TB (long head) and deltoideus-DA (clavicular portion) muscles, during the going (G) and return (R) phases in "back support" exercises. Surface electrodes were placed at the muscles, according to DELAGI (1981). It was used a specific(More)
Due to a shortage of textbooks with specific data on muscular activity concerning physical conditioning and sports, we analysed electromyographically the muscles pectoralis major and deltoideus anterior, bilaterally, in inclined "flying" exercises, during the concentric and eccentric phases, with external loads of 25, 50, 75 and 100% of the maximum load.(More)
Inverted 'flying" exercise with external loads of 25, 50, 75 and 100% of each individual maximum load in the pectoralis major and deltoideus anterior muscles was electromyographically analyzed in eleven male volunteers, using surface electrodes MEDI-TRACE-200 connected to a biological signals acquisition module coupled to a PC/AT computer. Electromyographic(More)
The electromyographic activity of the biceps brachii--BB (long head), triceps brachii--TB (long head) and deltoideus--DA (clavicular portion) muscles, during the going (G) and return (R) phases in "front support" exercise, as well the efficacy of this exercise for the development of these muscles strength were studied in 10 male volunteers. The values were(More)
The effective activity of the pectoralis major and deltoideus anterior muscles in horizontal "flyer" exercises with external loads of 25, 50, 75 and 100% of the maximum load was studied in 11 male volunteers. The electromyographic analysis was done by using MEDI-TRACE-200 surface electrodes connected to a biological signal acquisition mode coupled to a(More)
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