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Notes April 20th- - Heimlich Remover hands below the sternum diaphragm pushed upwards lungs compressed and food is removed Alveoli dead ends of the

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Heimlich Remover- hands below the sternum, diaphragm pushed upwards, lungs compressed and food is removed. Alveoli- dead ends of the respiratory system, gas exchange then takes place Within each alveolus co2 and o2 is exchanged, the lining is moist. Can’t take place without moist lining Diaphragm and intercostals muscles help with breathing Surfactants= facilitates o2 transport from lungs to capillaries Detoxifies air Cilia- hair like structures Pull mucus out of your lungs Smoking kills cilia but once you stop they are restored CO2 the Great In solution forms an acid Co2 + water= carbonic acid Carbonic anhydrase (enzyme)- taking a gas and transforming to a salt with acid hemoglobin In blood transported as bicarbonate ion in plasma Regulates breathing rate Carbonic acid helps regulate the breathing rate Controlled by the Vegas nerve, controls heart rate as well and is the brain CO2 is increased by exercise 88% of co2 as bicarbonate ion (bicarbonate) 7% of CO2 on hemoglobin (acid hemoglobin)
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course BIO 1005 taught by Professor Limcomb during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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Notes April 20th- - Heimlich Remover hands below the sternum diaphragm pushed upwards lungs compressed and food is removed Alveoli dead ends of the

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