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Q-Explain the mechanism of breathing??
Role of haemoglobin in the transport of respiratory gases?????
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why is the human heart called myogenic?
respiratory organs of various animals
what is the difference between carboxyhaemoglobin and oxyhaemoglobin?
1) What is sternum? Its function?and Location?
explain in brief with the help of diagram if possible
what does negative and positive pressure breathing mean ?
Can anyone give me the sample paper of aakash institute admission cum scholarship test
for medical for class eleventh to twelth moving students.
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Please help my exam is on fifteenth january.
what is chloride shift?
What is sleep apnea? Why is it caused? Is it a disease? If it is a disease, what are its symptoms? What is its cure?
in lungs there is definite exchange of ions bIIetween rbc & plasma . removal ofCO 2 FROM BLOOD INVOLVES 1] INFLUX OF CL-IONS INTO RBC 2] INFLUX HCO3- IONS INTO RBC 3] EFFLUX OF CL- IONS INTO RBC4] EFFLUX OF HCO3- IONS INTO RBC
Name the respiratory organs in :-
2- frog larva
plz..explain transport of oxygen & transport of carbon dioxide in our body???
which muscles in the abdomen additionally help to increase the strength of the inspiration and expiration through lungs?
why vigorous exercises sometimes result in muscle pain?
Mention the components of diffusion membrane of human respiratory system?
what is the fate of pyruvate in the following along with equation :-
1) anaerobic respiration in muscle cells
2)anaerobic respiration in yeast
what is the role of oxyhaemoglobin after releasing molecular oxygen in the tissues?
oxygen dissociation curve. Can you suggest any reason for its
pls explain about the exchange of gases in alveoli and blood tissues
be the pO2 and pCO2 in the atmospheric air
compared to those in the alveolar air?
lesser, pCO2 higher
higher, pCO2 lesser
higher, pCO2 higher
(iv) pO2 lesser, pCO2
Why Oxyhaemoglobin is an unstable compound?
What is the difference between breathing and respiration?
explain transport of carbondioxide?
can someone tell me what is the mechanism of respiration?
what is Sternum?
wat do u understand by the respiratory quotient?
why is larynx also known as adam's apple?
explain transport of gases through blood in humans ?
what is thoracic chamber ?
Explain how the process of inspiration and expiration takes place.(in points)
thoracic vs pulmonary cavity
Define vital capacity. What is its
Reptiles, Mammals etc. can eat and breathe at the same time due to negative pressure brething.
Mammalian lungs have an rnormous number of minute alveoli this is to allow-
a-more space for increasing the volume of inspired air
b-more surface area for diffusion of gases
c-more spongy texture for keeping lungs in proper shape
d- more nerve supply to keep the lung working
which the above is correct option?
Inspiratory capacity and Expiratory capacity
(c) Vital capacity and Total lung
why does the alveoli only absorb oxygen when we breathe in air and not also nitrogen or any other gases?
define cardiac cycle and cardiac output???? plzzz answer it as soon as possible its urgent
on high mountains ,difficulty in breathing is due to
a-decrease in partial presure of O2
b-decrease in amount of O2
c-increase in CO2 concentration
d-all of the above
choose the correct ans.
diffusion of gases only occurs in alveolar region , not in other respiratory part.why?
Hamburger phenomenon is associated with transport of
which one is correct?
give me a defenition 2 diaphram
what are these 'incomplete cartilagenous rings' that support the trachae, bronchi and bronchioles? is there any special name for them?
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