Resp-CircRec - Bio 150 Respiration/Circulation Recitation...

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Bio 150 Respiration/Circulation Recitation 1. How does CO 2 travel from a liver cell to a bronchiole? 2. Use Figure 1 to answer the following questions: a. What is the relationship between %O2 saturation (hemoglobin) and pH? b. Under normal conditions (pH7.4), how much O2 is lost as blood travels through the capillaries? Please note, blood leaving the lung is at ~100mm Hg while blood leaving the capillaries is at ~40mmHg. c. Which of the curves (A, B, C) represents an individual with alkalosis (a lower than normal concentration of H+ in the blood)? d. Which of the curves (A, B, C) represents an individual during aerobic exercise? Explain. e. Would your answer to “d.” differ if the individual were harvesting energy anaerobically (lactic acid fermentation)? 3. You are working your first shift as an ER resident. You are currently juggling three patients, Carole, Pat, and Marvell. Here are their lab results: Name: Hematocrit % Hb g/L WBC/L Differentials: % Granulocytes Platelets /mL Carole
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIOSCI 0150 taught by Professor Dr.roberts during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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Resp-CircRec - Bio 150 Respiration/Circulation Recitation...

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