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    Equine Locomotory Muscles
    Postnatal Development and The Influence of Exercise
    Liesbeth G. Dingboom
    Utrecht - 2002
    Pages: 129
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    Edition: 2002
    Language: English
    ISBN: 90-393-2967-2
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    There has always been a great interest in the equine musculoskeletal system, focusing on parameters related to the ability to perform at high sport levels. Functional muscle properties play a major role in the capacity to perform and sport competition creates the pressure for improvement. For this reason, many studies to the effects of exercise and training on muscle properties were performed on (young) adult horses. Exercise was shown to have a beneficial effect on the functional properties of muscles, such as power and resistance against fatigue. The question is, if further benefits can be achieved when very
    young foals are subjected to exercise. In the first months after birth muscles are sensitive to changes in workload and adaptation occurs. It can be expected that, particularly in this dynamic period, exercise influences the normal maturation pattern. This, in turn, might
    effect the capacity for later athletic performance as better possibilities may be created for
    further adaptation during the conventional training period later in life.

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    Chapter 1: General introduction
    Chapter 2: Postnatal muscle fibre composition of the gluteus medius muscle of Dutch warmblood foals; maturation and the influence of exercise
    Chapter 3: Changes in fibre type composition of gluteus medius and semitendinosus muscles of Dutch warmblood foals and the effect of exercise during the first year of life
    Chapter 4: Experimental analysis of error sources in fibre type counts of biopsies
    Chapter 5: Postnatal development of the oxidative enzyme activity in equine locomotion muscles and the influence of exercise
    Chapter 6: Age-induced changes in capillary supply of equine locomotion muscles and the importance of movement in early life
    Chapter 7: Summarising discussion
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