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There has been limited research into the possible role of hyperplasia on human skeletal muscle growth in response to exercise. For two - rather old - reviews on the topic, see Antonio & Gonyea (1) and Reggiani & te Kronnie (2). Hypertrophy is the major response to exercise in humans (3, cited in 4). Although it is possible that hyperplasia plays some ...


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The dynamic-dominance hypothesis of handedness states that the essential factor that distinguishes dominant from nondominant arm performance is the facility governing the control of limb dynamics. Sainburg (1) writes that It should be noted that dominant arm advantages do not apply to all tasks, or all aspects of tasks. Healey et al. (1986) examined an ...



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