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Trunk and upper limb muscle activation during flat and topspin forehand drives in young tennis players.
This study compared EMG activity of young tennis players' muscles during forehand drives in two groups, GD-those able to raise by more than 150% the vertical velocity of racket-face at impact fromExpand
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Contraction velocity influence the magnitude and etiology of neuromuscular fatigue during repeated maximal contractions.
This study aimed to compare the magnitude and etiology of neuromuscular fatigue during maximal repeated contractions performed in two contraction modes (concentric vs isometric) and at twoExpand
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Asymmetry in volume between dominant and nondominant upper limbs in young tennis players.
This study aimed at demonstrating the asymmetry in volume between the dominant and nondominant upper limbs in tennis players, controlled for maturity status. Upper limb volumes on both sides wereExpand
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Coordination musculaire lors du coup droit lifté chez les jeunes joueurs de tennis
Resume Objectif Le but de l’etude etait d’evaluer la sequence d’activation des muscles du tronc et du membre superieur lors de coup droit lifte chez des jeunes joueurs de tennis. Synthese des faitsExpand
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Upper extremity and racket kinematics in topspin forehand drive in elite adolescents and children tennis players. A preliminary study
Upper extremity and racket kinematics in topspin forehand drive in elite adolescents and children tennis players. A preliminary study I. Rogowski a , S. Dorel b , O. Brosseau a , D. Rouffet a & C.Expand
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Phylogénie moléculaire et analyse morphométrique des pédicellaires et du test des Cidaroida (Echinodermata, Echinoidea)
The last revision of the Cidaroida (Echinodermata, Echinoidea) dates back to the beginning of the 20th century (Mortensen, 1928). In this work, Mortensen stressed the use of characters of theExpand
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Evolutionism(s) and Creationism(s)
Contemporary creationisms, opposed to the Darwinian theory of evolution, are characterized by a rhetoric diversity (literalist creationisms, “scientific” creationisms, evolutionist creationisms) thatExpand
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Phylogeny of Cidaroida (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) based on mitochondrial and nuclear markers
We present the first molecular phylogeny of Cidaroida, one of the most problematic groups within the echinoids. Two genes—the nuclear ribosomal gene 28 S rRNA and the mitochondrial protein-encodingExpand
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