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Built For Speed

Author : Sharon Elaine Thompson
ISBN : 0822528541
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Describes the habitat, physical characteristics, and behavior of the cheetah, as well as efforts to ensure the continued existence of this fastest land mammal.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Cheetah

Author : Natalie Lunis
ISBN : 9781936087891
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the anatomical features that make the cheetah the fastest animal on land, includes fascinating facts about its habits and behavior, and compares its speed to that of other animals.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Cheetahs

Author : Dianne M. MacMillan
ISBN : 9780822594178
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, behavior, and conservation of cheetahs.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Thermoregulation And Human Performance

Author : Frank E. Marino
ISBN : 9783805586481
Genre : Medical
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Over the last decades, our understanding of the relationship between thermoregulation, performance and fatigue has changed dramatically. New advances in technology and methodology permitted the study of rising and decreasing body temperature on metabolism and provided insights into the role the nervous system plays in determining human performance under thermally stressful situations. Further analysis of previous research has been necessary in addition to considering theories derived from complimentary areas of research such as evolutionary biology, anthropology and cellular and molecular biology. This publication provides different interpretations of recent research for a better understanding of the limitations of thermoregulation. In particular, it presents evidence for the human's ability to anticipate thermal limits and adjust their performance accordingly so that cellular homeostasis is preserved. Further, the book is featuring the inclusion of the effect of reduced body temperature on muscular performance and endurance which today is a popular method for providing avenues of reduced thermal strain and recovery from exercise. This publication will be an essential read for those working in thermal medicine, exercise physiology and human performance.
Category: Medical

The Cheetah Who Ran Too Fast

Author : Trudi Franke
ISBN : 9781485900399
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The Cheetah Who Ran Too Fast is a lively and beautifully illustrated collection of stories straight out of the African bush. These tales for children, written in verse, should be read out loud so that parents and children alike can enjoy their suspense, thrills and laughs. As the world gets busier, parents need to create opportunities to build strong relationships with their children and share family values in a creative way. Trudi Franke uses nature to address parenting challenges, playground problems and childhood growing pains. From the Pompous Elephant to the Toothless Lion, the memorable characters in these eight stories will delight and entertain children, while teaching them important and valuable lessons.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Cheetah Speed

Author : Coach Mike
ISBN : 1507633998
Genre :
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Cheetah Speed Cheetah Speed is a step by step speed training program that focuses on sprinting mechanics and relates the bio-mechanical aspects of a cheetah's running ability to man. We have learned speed principles from the world's fastest animal and incorporated these principles to enhance man's ability to move more rapidly, quicker and improve agile. Our research of the cheetah's bio-mechanics has not only brought a new light to speed training;, but also new exercises that we compiled from the science and technology of a Cheetah's Speed. The concepts and principles in this book are readily understandable with easily implementation of over 75 sets of exercises for a sprinter's speed development. This manual will teach coaches, athletes, and dads the ability to train athletes, runners or sons and daughters to run faster and quicker and improve agility. The Cheetah Speed training programs is ideal for football, soccer, basketball, baseball or sports where speed is an asset. This manual also provides a sprinter's assessment check sheets. That will help speed coaches to spot flawed sprinting mechanics and provide a list of corrective remedies. Once, the coach has instilled Cheetah Speed Mechanics into a sprinter through the use of the training techniques and exercises in this manual. We provide well-researched data and exercises that will further increased an athlete's sprinting speed so they can reach their ultimate potential. The benefits of the Cheetah Speed Training Manual *Train aspiring coaches in the art of speed training *Over 75 exercises and training routines, easy to *understand and implement *Illustrations that make the Cheetah Speed concepts more understandable *Correction Lists of Flaw Running Mechanics *Latest Workable Scientific research on sprinting *Reduce Sprinting Times *Exercises to Increase Vertical Jumping Abilities *How to Instill Proper Running Mechanic in Sprinters *Improves an Athlete's Agility and Quickness *Reduce 40 yard sprints by .03 to 1.00 seconds *Help High School Athletes Qualify for Division One Football and other Team Sports. *Advice on Speed Training Equipment *For Dads who want to Train their Sons and Daughters to Run Faster for Youth Sports *Advice on Weight Training Techniques that *Improve an Athlete's Speed and Agility *Importance of Myofascial Exercise *Stretching for Sprinters *Advice on Nutrition *Why Proper Breathing Techniques are Important for Faster Sprinting Times We have used the Cheetah Speed Program on countless athletes and have seen sprinters go from the mid 5.5 on forty yard sprints to the 4.5 ranges. And watched slower athletes develop their speed and become among the faster on their team.
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Cheetahs Biology And Conservation

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ISBN : 9780128041208
Genre : Science
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Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation reports on the science and conservation of the cheetah. This volume demonstrates the interdisciplinary nature of research and conservation efforts to study and protect the cheetah. The book begins with chapters on the evolution, genetics, physiology, ecology and behavior of the species, as well as distribution reports from range countries. These introductory chapters lead into discussions of the challenges facing cheetah survival, including habitat loss, declining prey base, human-wildlife conflict, illegal trade, and newly-emerging threats, notably climate change. This book also focuses on conservation strategies and solutions, including environmental education and alternative livelihoods. Chapters on the role of captive cheetahs to conservation and the long-term research of the species are included, as are a brief discussion of the methods and analyses used to study the cheetah. The book concludes with the conservation status and future outlook of the species. Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation is a valuable resource for the regional and global communities of cheetah conservationists, researchers, and academics. Although cheetah focussed the book provides information relevant to the study of broader topics such as wildlife conservation, captive breeding, habitat management, conservation biology and animal behaviour. Cover photograph by Angela Scott Includes chapters by the world’s leading cheetah researchers and practitioners, who have focused their efforts on this high-profile species of conservation concern Provides findings as a combination of scientific detail and basic explanations so that they can be available not only to cheetah researchers and conservationists, but also to policy makers, business leaders, zoo managers, academics, students, and people interested in the cheetah and its future Presents the current knowledge of the species, helping lay the foundations and best practices for cheetah conservation and research worldwide Additional protocols and forms (which were provided by authors) can be found at the Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation companion site: https://www.elsevier.com/books-and-journals/book-companion/9780128040881
Category: Science

How Fast Is A Cheetah

Author : Jinny Johnson
ISBN : 0528837303
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Answers questions about the speed or jumping ability of various kinds of animals, from racehorses and cheetahs to sloths, including snakes, marine animals, and birds
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Cheetah Who Lost Her Speed

Author : Marcia Shoshana Nass
ISBN : 1588150674
Genre : Cheetah
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Coco Cheetah loves to run. But when a Cheetah Queen restaurant opened nearby, Coco began to exercise less and eat more unhealthy foods. Soon all the other cheetahs were passing her by.
Category: Cheetah

Can You Tell A Cheetah From A Leopard

Author : Buffy Silverman
ISBN : 9780761379966
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A huge tan cat with black spots on its fur crouches in the grass. Its long tail twitches as it hunts for food. Did you just see a cheetah? Or was it a leopard?
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

How Fast Is A Cheetah

Author : Kurt Waldendorf
ISBN : 1503816788
Genre :
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Introduces the speed of a cheetah to readers through simple text, photograph, and measurement comparisons. Additional features include a phonetic glossary, index, sources for further research, and a Check It Out! section that supplements the main text with additional fun comparisons and facts about the topic.
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Study Skills Strategies

Author : Mary Mueller
ISBN : 0825146054
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Shows how to use the practice of outlining as an effective strategy for remembering facts and concepts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Cheetahs Of The Serengeti Plains

Author : Tim Caro
ISBN : 0226094340
Genre : Nature
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Cheetahs of the Serengeti Plains is the most comprehensive account of carnivore social behavior to date. Synthesizing more than a decade of research in the wild, this book offers a detailed account of the behavior and ecology of cheetahs. Compared with other large cats, and other mammals, cheetahs have an unusual breeding system; whereas lions live in prides and tigers are solitary, some cheetahs live in groups while others live by themselves. Tim Caro explores group and solitary living among cheetahs and discovers that the causes of social behavior vary dramatically, even within a single species. Why do cheetah cubs stay with their mother for a full year after weaning? Why do adolescents remain in groups? Why do adult males live in permanent associations with each other? Why do adult females live alone? Through observations on the costs and benefits of group living, Caro offers new insight into the complex behavior of this extraordinary species. For example, contrary to common belief about cooperative hunting in large carnivores, he shows that neither adolescents nor adult males benefit from hunting in groups. With many surprising findings, and through comparisons with other cat species, Caro enriches our understanding of the evolution of social behavior and offers new perspectives on conservation efforts to save this charismatic and endangered carnivore.
Category: Nature

Animal Locomotion

Author : Andrew A. Biewener
ISBN : 019850022X
Genre : Science
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This book provides a clear foundation, based on physical biology and biomechanics, for understanding the underlying mechanisms by which animals have evolved to move in their physical environment. It integrates the biomechanics of animal movement with the physiology of animal energetics and the neural control of locomotion. The author also communicates a sense of the awe and fascination that comes from watching the grace, speed, and power of animals in motion. Movement is a fundamental distinguishing feature of animal life, and a variety of extremely effective mechanical and physiological designs have evolved. Common themes are observed for the ways in which animals successfully contend with the properties of a given physical environment across diversity of life forms and varying locomotor modes. Understanding the common principles of design that span a diverse array of animals requires a broad comparative and integrative approach to their study. This theme persists throughout the book, as various modes and mechanisms of animal locomotion are covered. Since an animal's size is equally critical to its functional design, the effects of scale on locomotor energetics and mechanics are also discussed. Biewener begins by examining the underlying machinery for movement: skeletal muscles used for force generation, skeletons used for force transmission, and spring-like elements used for energy savings. He then describes the basic mechanisms that animals have evolved to move over land, in and on the surface of the water, and in the air. Common fluid dynamic principles are discussed as background to both swimming and flight. In addition to discussing the locomotor mechanisms of complex animals, the locomotor movement of single cells is also covered. Common biochemical features of cellular metabolism are then reviewed before discussing the energetic aspects of various locomotor modes. Strategies for conserving energy and moving economically are again highlighted in this section of the book. Emphasis is placed on comparisons of energetic features across locomotor modes. The book concludes with a discussion of the neural control of animal locomotion. The basic neurosensory and motor elements common to vertebrates and arthropods are discussed, and features of sensori-motor organization and function are highlighted. These are then examined in the context of specific examples of how animals control the rhythmic patterns of limb and body movement that underlie locomotor function and stability.
Category: Science

Mammals

Author : Sol 90
ISBN : 9781615358298
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Updated for 2013, Mammals, is one book in the Britannica Illustrated Science Library Series that covers today's most popular science topics, from digital TV to microchips to touchscreens and beyond. Perennial subjects in earth science, life science, and physical science are all explored in detail. Amazing graphics-more than 1,000 per title-combined with concise summaries help students understand complex subjects. Correlated to the science curriculum in grades 5-9, each title also contains a glossary with full definitions for vocabulary.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Paired Passages Grade 5 Linking Fact To Fiction

Author : Ruth Foster
ISBN : 9781420629156
Genre : Education
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Provides students with skills needed to compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction passages. Provides practice in: reading comprehension; analyzing story elements; keeping sequence and details from two sources separate; multiple choice questions; written response questions on individual passage themes; and written response questions that utilize information from two contrasting passages. Includes standards & benchmarks and answer key.
Category: Education

Cheetahs

Author : Amelie von Zumbusch
ISBN : 1404236309
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and life cycle of cheetahs.
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Cheetahs

Author : Anne Welsbacher
ISBN : 1577650875
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the physical characteristics, social, feeding, and hunting behavior, and life cycle of this swift African cat.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction