Carbon dioxide is transported by the blood by 3 way 1 Dissolve in plasma 2

Carbon dioxide is transported by the blood by 3 way 1

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Carbon dioxide is transported by the blood by 3 way : 1-Dissolve in plasma. 2-Bound to the hemoglobin. 3-As bicarbonate ions resulting from dissociation of carbonic acid. 5 BIOL-216
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Part 2 Questions (circle correct answer for multiple choice) (3 pts) – Briefly (3 sentences) describe what you noticed about your breathing during this demonstration. Were you able to draw deep, steady breaths? Did you notice a change of effort during this exercise? Did you notice the engagement of new or different muscle groups to complete the action of breathing? Review your textbook. Which of the following structures is considered to be part of the conducting portion of the respiratory system? Answer all that apply (1pt) A. The primary bronchi B. The terminal bronchioles C. The alveoli D. The oropharynx 6 BIOL-216
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Part 3 Questions (circle correct answer for multiple choice) (2pts) – Briefly (2 sentences) describe differences you noted in the two attempts to blow up your balloon. For each of the following pathology or injury descriptions, determine if this would be considered a disease of conduction, or of respiration (i.e. gas exchange). Pneumonia – characterized by the accumulation of fluid and white blood cells within the alveoli. This leads to a smaller surface area of alveolar walls. Which process is impeded? (1pt) A. Conduction B. Respiration Bronchitis – an inflammation of the mucosa (lining) of the bronchial tree (i.e. bronchi and bronchioles). Which process is impeded? (1pt) A. Conduction B. Respiration Diaphragm paralysis – often results from damage to the phrenic nerve, leading to an inability to regulate breathing. Which process is impeded? (1pt) A. Conduction B. Respiration Emphysema – caused by damage to (and loss of) alveolar walls. Alveoli become characteristically large with loss of dividing walls. Which process is impeded? (1pt) A. Conduction B. Respiration These are just a few examples of the pathologies that can arise when the normal function of anatomical structures is affected. 7 BIOL-216
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