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Ante Vučemilović

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Gholam Hossein Shahraki, Hafidzi Mohd Noor, Javad Rafinejad, Mohd Khadri Shahar and Yusof Bin Ibrahim

GA, Eric PB. 1997 4 April. IPM Tactics for Cockroach Control. Available from: Accessed 4 April 2006. 15. Bonnefoy X, Kampen H, Sweeney K. Public health significance of urban pests. Copenhagen:WHO Europe, 2008. p. 569 16. Stephan RE. Factors influencing the movement German cockroaches [Dissertation]. Purdue Purdue University; 1984. p. 85. 17. Christensen C. Cockroach baits. Pest Control Technol. 1991; 19:45-51. 18. Noureldin EM, Farrag HA. The role of

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Gholam Hossein Shahraki, Hafidzi Mohd Noor, Javad Rafinejad, Mohd Khadri Shahard and Yusof Bin Ibrahim

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Othman Wan-Norafikah, Wasi Ahmad Nazni, Han Lim Lee, Pawanchee Zainol-Ariffin and Mohd Sofian-Azirun

-773. 38. Georghiou GP. The Magnitude of Resistance Problem. In: Glass EH, editor. Pesticide Resistance: Strategies and Tactics for Management. National Academy Press : Washington DC; 1986; p. 14-43. 39. Nelson DR, Koymans L, Kamataki T, Stegeman JJ, Feyereisen R, Waxman DJ, Waterman MR, Gotoh O, Coon MJ, Eastbrook RW, Gunsalus IC, Nebert DW. P450 superfamily: Update on new sequences, gene mapping, accession numbers and nomenclature. Pharmacogenetics. 1996; 6:1-42. 40. Roberts DR, Andre RG. Insecticide resistant issues in vectors. Am J

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Georgi G. Zhelev, Kojcho P. Koev, Vladimir D. Dimitrov and Vladimir S. Petrov

(Ed.), Strategies and tactics for management (pp. 355-369). Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 29. Tanikawa, T., Harunari, T., Nagaoka, K. (2006). Warfarin-resistant brown rats, Rattus norvegicus, in Aomori Prefecture: the first case reported in Japan. Medical Entomology and Zoology 57(3): 241-244. 30. Negrin, O., Borroto, R., del.Solar, S. (1989). Negrin, O., Borroto, R., del Solar, S. (1989). Susceptibility of Mus musculus (Rodentia: Muridae) to warfarin. Science and Technology in Agriculture

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Michał Bronikowski, Małgorzata Bronikowska, Adam Kantanista, Monika Ciekot, Ida Laudańska-Krzemińska and Szymon Szwed

Health-related intensity profiles of Physical Education classes at different phases of the teaching/learning process

Study aim: To assess the intensities of three types of physical education (PE) classes corresponding to the phases of the teaching/learning process: Type 1 - acquiring and developing skills, Type 2 - selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional principles and Type 3 - evaluating and improving performance skills.

Material and methods: A cohort of 350 schoolchildren, aged 13 years, from 3 selected urban schools in Poznań participated in the study. A total of 202 PE lessons was involved using heart rate (HR) monitors, one randomly selected subject per every class. Four intensity zones were assumed (<140, 140 - 159, 160 - 179, ≥180) and exercising time spent within each zone was measured.

Results: Type 2 classes induced the most pronounced cardio-respiratory responses irrespectively of the kind of sport activities thus enhancing the cardio-respiratory fitness.

Conclusions: Type 2 activities ought to be taken into consideration when designing PE curricula in order to avoid long runs of inadequate physiological stimuli.