Acute carbon monoxide poisoning would result in of

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14. Acute carbon monoxide poisoning would result in ____________________ of the tissues because oxygen ____________________
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Respiratory and Digestive Homework Study Guide 2
15. Oxygen unloading occurs at the _________________________ This process causes a(n) _________________ in the oxygen partial pressure of the blood leaving this region.
16. Hyperpnea would result in ___________________________ within the blood.
17. Decreased Pressure (carbon dioxide) results in an increase in blood pH levels. Both of these conditions result in a shift of the oxygen- hemoglobin dissociation curve to the ______________________. This shift _______________ hemoglobin’s affinity for oxygen. 18. Increased levels of 2,3 BPG occur in response to decreased blood
pH levels. With all other variables unchanged, an increased concentration of 2,3 BPG in the blood would _____________________. 19. Using the graph provided, determine the correct oxygen partial
pressure associated with the classification of "high altitude." 20. The altitude of Kabul, Afghanistan is approximately 6000 feet.
What is the approximate alveolar oxygen partial pressure found here? 21. Under normal conditions, the alveolar oxygen partial pressure is
______________________ than the atmospheric oxygen partial pressure. 22. Within the Tibetan highlander population, genetic variation has
been found to determine relative oxygen-hemoglobin saturation levels.
Individuals may also be heterozygous, carrying one low and one high oxygen saturation gene. Based on this information, individuals within the population carrying __________________________ alleles are expected to demonstrated a physiological advantage for survival.

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