Solve this:
Q). C O 2  is dissolved in haemoglobin or blood plasma as
(1) Carbonates
(2) Bicarbonates
(3) Oxyhaemoglobin
(4) Carboxyhaemoglobin

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CO2 is dissolved in the blood plasma as - 
(b)    - Bicarbonate Ions - The The RBC has an anion exchanger which releases HCO3- into the blood where it gets associated with CO2 and Na+ and forms bicarbonate ion and then transported along the blood.


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