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exercise physiology

n.
The study of the body's metabolic response to short-term and long-term physical activity.
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an assistant professor of nutrition and exercise physiology at MU and lead author of the study.
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The third updated edition of Clinical Exercise Physiology provides college-level health and sports holdings alike with an in-depth examination of the clinical aspects of exercise physiology as it applies to chronic disease, and has been revised throughout to reflect the many changes that have affected the field.
Heather Leidy, assistant professor, Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, the study is the first to examine the impact of eating breakfast on daily appetite and evening snacking.