26- Exam 4 - October 26, 2011 October 26, 2011 Notes !...

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October 26, 2011 Notes !!!! Movement of Gases in Animals 440-441, 598-615 DQ: Mountain climbers carry oxygen. Several teams have climbed without oxygen. How? They have to acclimate, go up, then down. To get used to the air. More RBCs are being made! 1. Oxygen picks up oxygen 2. Stuck to hemoglobin 3. Cells need lots of oxygen 4. Lots of ATP 5. Aerobic Respiration 6. Gets low in O2 7. Cells of calf muscle 8. Blood comes from lungs, to left ventricle, to arteries 9. Blood has a lot of O2- stuck to hemoglobins 10. Hemoglobins stickiness for oxygen- affinity for O2 11. Varies!!! according to PH 12. lo pH- lo affinity 13. hi pH (basic)- hi affinity 14. In lungs blood sucks up oxygen rids of CO2 15. FROM ARTERY BLOOD: Hi O2, low CO2 16. Cells of calf muscle: Hi CO2, low O2 17. Diffuse into blood, b/c its low in CO2 18. When CO2 interacts w/ water 19. Plasma RBC cytosol 20. Makes H2CO3 21. Carbonic Acid 22. lowers pH CO2 goes into cells of blood and makes an acid. Reduces the hemoglobins affinity for O2
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course BIO 1130 taught by Professor Simpson during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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26- Exam 4 - October 26, 2011 October 26, 2011 Notes !...

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