The amount of O2 in venous blood would decrease.
The amount of Co2 in venous blood would decrease.
The amount of oxygen in arterial blood would decrease.
The amount of Co2 in venous blood would increase.
The insect would consume less water
The kidney would release renin in response to the low water volume
Nothing, the insect uses standard respiratory system
The insect would increase water consumption.
The partial pressure of Co2 in the air at low elevations is higher than at sea level.
The partial pressure of oxygen in the air at high elevations is lower than at sea level.
The partial pressure of oxygen in the air at low elevation is higher than at sea level.
Rabbits don't breath in wonderland.
They stimulate the release of lipase to aid in the break down of fats.
They release amylase to break down carbohydrates.
They are glycoproteins that make food slippery enough to slide easily through the esophagus.
They are glycoproteins that aid in the digestion of proteins.
The heart rate would decrease
Respiration would decrease
Respiration would increase.
This would cause hyperventilation
Hemoglobin binds some of the excess ions released by cellular respiration.
Does not, ph balance is maintained at 7.35-7.45.
Hemoglobin binds to hco3 to decrease the ph
Hemoglobin binds some of the excess protons released by carbonic acid.
The small intestine
Hemoglobin exchanges o2 for Co2
Ionic bonds are formed within the tiretry protein of the hemoglobin
Hemoglobin shows cooperative oxygen binding.
Blood is negative pressure and therefor react with the blood to increase the sigmoidal value
Blood--> blood--> interstitial fluid--> lymph
Blood--> interstitial fluid--> lymph-->Interstitial fluid
Interstitial fluid--> lymph--> blood
Blood--> interstitial fluid--> lymph--> blood.
Force of heart contraction
Constriction and dilation of blood vessels
Release of catecholamines