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The low pressure below the arterial  results in

a)

Release of  from the cell

b)

Formation of haemoglobin

c)

Production of bicarbonate

d)

Formation of carbonic acid


Question ID - 3586 | Toppr Answer

The low pressure below the arterial  results in

a)

Release of  from the cell

b)

Formation of haemoglobin

c)

Production of bicarbonate

d)

Formation of carbonic acid

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (a) -

(a)

The partial pressure of oxygen in blood capillary is higher (95 mm Hg) than that of the body cells (40 mm Hg) and the partial pressure of carbon dioxide is lesser (40 mm Hg) than that of the body cells (45 mm Hg). Therefore, oxygen diffuses from the capillary blood to the body cells through tissue fluid and carbon dioxide diffuses from the body cells of the capillary blood  tissue fluid.



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