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Unformatted text preview: Your legs are cramping badly and you are breathing very rapidly. How could heavy breathing be beneficial? Heavy breathing can restore oxygen levels in the blood. In muscle cells that have become depleted of oxygen, cells have respired anaerobically to produce lactic acid and deplete reserves of creatine phosphate. Under aerobic conditions, lactic acid can be converted to pyruvate and creatine phosphate reserves can be regenerated. Soreness and cramping will gradually disappear. 6. From the results, determine the identities of solutions A, B, and C. Is the inhibitor competitive or noncompetitive? a. Solution A: inhibitor b. Solution B: substrate c. Solution C: enzyme The inhibitor is a competitive inhibitor based on the results from tubes 2 and 7....
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- Spring '09
- Cellular Respiration, Adenosine triphosphate, Brandon Pickett, Alcoholic fermentation Lactic