The capacity of each individual to accpomplish daily task. Components of Physical Fitness 1) Cardi-respiratory Endurance * Able to do and continue physical activities. 2) Muscular Strenght * Ability of the muscles to exer a maximum force. 3) Flexibility * Ability of the muscles to move joints with lase. 4) Speed * Ability to perform a movement. 5) Power * Ability to release maximum force very quickly. 6) Coordination * The linking of the senses such as sight and hearing. 7) Balance * Ability to remain stable. 8) Agility * Ability to move and change direction quickly. 9) Reaction Time
A. Anthropometer Measurement 1. Body Mass Index * Sum of your height and weight 2. Stature (height) in centimeter 3. Sitting Height 4. Arm Span B. Flexibility Fitness 1. Sit and Reach * Test for the flexibility of the ham stings muscles. 2. Shoulder Stetch C. Muscular Stretch a) Partial Curl Up * Test for abdominal muscle strenght b) Trunk Lift c) Right Angle Push Up D. Physiological Fitness a. One Kilometer Run * Test for cardio-respiratory endurance. Muscular Fitness and for Talent Identification I. Standing Long Jump * Test for leg strnght and power. II. Basketaball Pass III. 40 meter Sprint Measure the running speed of the student. Mannose is a sugar monomer of the aldohexose series of carbohydrates. Properties Molecular formula C6H12O6 Mannose is not well metabolized in humans.  Therefore, it does not significantly enter the carbohydrate metabolism when taken orally, and although traces of exogeneously introduced mannose have been detected in all body tissues, using radioactive markers, in a well hydrated mammal, although further studies are necessary, 90% of mannose ingested is excreted unconverted into the urine within 30 - 60 minutes, with 99% of the remainder being excreted within the following 8 hours.
There is no significant increase in blood-glucose levels during this time. Mannose is present in numerous glycoconjugates including N-linked glycosylation of proteins. C-mannosylation is also abundant and can be found in collagen-like regions. Mannose is a C-2 epimer of glucose and displays a 4C1 pucker in the solution ring form. Recombinant proteins produced in yeast may be subject to mannose addition in patterns different from those used by mammalian cells. This difference in recombinant proteins from those normally produced in mammalian organisms may influence the effectiveness of vaccines.