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Question number: 215

» Respiratory Systems

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Boyle’s law is important in understanding the breathing mechanism. It states that

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Choice (5)Response

a.

for any given temperature, air pressure remains constant at sea level

b.

gas flow from the atmosphere to the blood and from the blood into the atmosphere is independent

c.

there is an inverse relationship between pressure and volume for a given amount of air

d.

blood pressure and atmospheric pressure are directly correlated

e.

the flows of the different atmospheric gasses are all linked

Question number: 216

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Respiration means

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a.

Inspiration of O2 and Release of CO2

b.

Exchange of gases within the lungs

c.

Breathing

d.

Utilization of oxygen within the cells

e.

All a. , b. , c. and d. are correct

Question number: 217

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Accumulation of which of the following compound in muscles lead to muscle ache?

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a.

Lactic acid

b.

Pyruvate

c.

Gluconeogenesis

d.

Glucose

e.

Glycogen

Question number: 218

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What is the fate of acquired in the tissue capillaries when it enters the blood?

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a.

All of it is converted to within the erythrocytes, which is then released by passive diffusion into the plasma.

b.

All of it remains in the plasma as dissolved .

c.

About 25 percent returns into the tissues by passive diffusion as the blood returns to the lungs; the remainder is exhaled.

d.

Less than 10 percent remains in the plasma as , while the remainder disassociates into and .

e.

More than 90 percent enters erythrocytes, and about 25 percent of that binds to hemoglobin.

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