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The movement of chloride ions into erythrocytes from the plasma to maintain osmotic balance during transport of gases is known as

a)

Chlorination

b)

Hamburger phenomenon

c)

Bicarbonate shift

d)

Carbon dioxide transport


Question ID - 2717 | Toppr Answer

The movement of chloride ions into erythrocytes from the plasma to maintain osmotic balance during transport of gases is known as

a)

Chlorination

b)

Hamburger phenomenon

c)

Bicarbonate shift

d)

Carbon dioxide transport

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

The movement of chloride ions into erythrocytes from the plasma to maintain osmotic balance during transport of gases is known as Hamburger phenomenon.



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