Manual of Wood Decays in Trees

ISBN 13: 9780900978357

Manual of Wood Decays in Trees

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Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver,
Verlag: Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, (2012)
ISBN 10: 090097835X ISBN 13: 9780900978357
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Buchbeschreibung Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, 2012. Buchzustand: gut. 2012. U. a. mit: Jean Claude Guimberteau, Susan Chapelle, Michael Kuchera, Gerald Pollack, Paul Standley, Karen Shermann, Thomas Findley, Carla Stecco, Robert Schleip, Geoffrey Bove and many moreThe Third International Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 28-30, 2012. The sold-out conference, attended by 800 people, was hosted by the Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia (MTABC). The selection of the MTABC by the directors of the Fascia Research Congress, a project of the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation, was a recognition of the excellence, quality and commitment of BC’s Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs). The 2012 Fascia Congress, as always, centered on the latest and best research on the human fasciae. Three full days of scientific presentations were flanked by additional days of practical workshops, and a research training and project funding symposium. Conference programm: The Third International Fascia Research Congress will focus on the latest and best research on the human fasciae. Additionally, in recognition of the interests of clinicians in gaining insights that will bear on practical applications, the program is designed to include more presentation time given to relating the research findings to clinical issues. Wednesday, March 28 Thursday, March 29 Friday, March 30 Wednesday, March 28 Keynote Speaker Mary F. Barbe, PhD Changes in Fascia Related to Repetitive Motion Disorders We have developed a voluntary rat model of repetitive reaching and grasping that permits the examination of tissue responses to non-weight bearing muscular loads in upper extremity tissues, as well as mechanisms and effects of repetition induced inflammation. With performance of high repetition tasks, early inflammation was observed that was accompanied by musculoskeletal tissue adaptive remodeling. However, with continued task performance, pathological remodeling was induced, such as fibrotic repair in tendons, muscles, nerves and their fascial sheaths. We have now embarked on an exploration of interventions strategies to target the early inflammatory responses and promote non-fibrotic tissue repair. Keynote Speaker Michael Kjaer, MD, DMSc Adaptation of Tendinous Connective Tissues to Exercise Connective tissue in tendon and skeletal muscle represents a dynamic structure that adapts to physical activity. The matrix turnover e.g. of collagen can be influenced by the level of mechanical loading, and cells (fibroblast) within the tissue demonstrate remarkable capacity to adjust to environmental conditions. In addition the formation of cross-links contributes to the mechanical properties of the matrix structures in tendon and muscle. Factors like gender, type of training and age will largely influence the adaptation of tendon tissue largely due to influence of growth factors in combination with mechanical loading. Lunch and Posters Parallel Sessions Paper/Oral by Selected Abstract Authors Panel Scars and Adhesion Panel Although not openly discussed, manual therapy treatments seem to be designed to identify and treat pathological connections between structures, called adhesions, and to treat scars that form following injury. Both are due to the normal healing process, but both can cause adverse symptoms, and thus patient presentations in the manual therapist’s practice. Pathological adhesions in the abdomen have been recognized as a source of disease for more than 100 years, but adhesions or scars in the rest of the body have received scant attention. There is but little research on scars as a source of pain or other symptoms. This panel is aimed at raising the concept of scars and adhesions as a source of symptoms within the manual therapist’s practice. Geoffrey Bove, DC, Phd – moderator Hal Brown, DC, ND, RAc Susan Chapelle, RMT Michael Diamond, MD Jean Claude Guimberteau, MD Keynote Speaker Albert J. Banes, PhD Mechanical Loading & Fascial Changes —Tendon Focus Gene array results from positional and pow. Artikel-Nr. BN35346

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Karlheinz Weber Claus Mattheck (Autor), Arboricultural Association (Herausgeber), Claus Mattheck (Illustrator), William Linnard (Übersetzer)
Verlag: Arboricultural Association (2009)
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Buchbeschreibung Arboricultural Association, 2009. Softcover. Buchzustand: gut. 2009. Provides an introduction into the structure of wood. explains the basics of mycology in simple language. describes why and where fungal fruit bodies from. explains the body language of perennial fruit bodies. describes wood diagnostic instruments for detecting decays. describes the main harmful fungi on street and park trees and their effects on the host tree. is conceived as a practical aid for all those responsible for trees. Zusatzinfo Illustrations Sprache englisch Maße 148 x 210 mm Land- / Forstwirtschaft ISBN-10 0-900978-35-X / 090097835X ISBN-13 978-0-900978-35-7 / 9780900978357 Forstwirt Landwirtschaft forest In englischer Sprache. 127 pages. 20,8 x 14,4 x 1,2 cm. Artikel-Nr. BN35442

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