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Q: If the pH of the blood drops to 7.25 carbonic acid will bring the blood pH back to within normal range?
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Why does carbon dioxide move from blood to alvelous?

By 3 main mechanisms: 1. As bicarbonate ions (HCO3-) Carbon dioxide combines with water to form carbonic acid with the aid of the enzyme, carbonic anhydrase. The carbonic acid dissociates into bicarbonate ions and hydrogen ions. Bicarbonate ions are transported via the blood plasma to the alveoli, where the reverse process occurs to revert back to carbon dioxide. 2. Carbaminohaemoglobin Carbon dioxide combines with haemoglobin to form carbaminohaemoglobin. This is reversible at the alveoli. About 10% is transported this way. 3. Dissolved in blood plasma. The most straightforward way. Simply dissolve in blood plasma and bring it over to the alveoli. About 5% is transported this way.


How does oxygen and nutrients and waste passed from the blood into the organs and back?

The Arteries carry the blood away from the heart to the other organs and the veins bring it back when the blood has no more nutrients. From Unkown


Do the lungs bring oxygen into blood?

When air reaches lungs which has thousands small sacks called alveoli the oxygen is difussed to blood capillaries that line alveolar wall.


What is the carrier of food nutrients and oxygen?

blood vessels. they are the pathways or tubes in the body through which blood flows. the blood vessel are of three kinds. these are the arteries, veins, and capillaries. the arteries carry blood away from the heart. the veins bring blood back to the heart. capillaries carry blood rich in oxygen to the tissue, and carry away waste products


How can the oxygen you bring in to your body get into your circulatory system?

your lungs have structures called alveoli. The alveoli are surrounded by capillary beds which carry blood. The oxygen enters the alveoli when you inhale. The oxygen then diffuses from high concentration in your alveoli to low concentration the blood in the capillaries surrounding the alveoli.

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Infer how the respiratory system would compensate for a circulatory disorder?

If there is metabolic alkalosis (high pH in the blood) or metabolic acidosis (low pH in the blood), the respiratory system will compensate by either increasing or decreasing the rate of respiration (expulsion or retention of CO2 to bring the blood pH back to within normal limits).


What is it called when you feel sick then hungry?

Some people feel slightly sick or nauseated if they have not eaten on time. It's very common. Also, otherwise healthy people can have temporary drops in blood glucose. Eating a balanced meal helps bring blood sugar back within normal range.


Why does carbon dioxide move from blood to alvelous?

By 3 main mechanisms: 1. As bicarbonate ions (HCO3-) Carbon dioxide combines with water to form carbonic acid with the aid of the enzyme, carbonic anhydrase. The carbonic acid dissociates into bicarbonate ions and hydrogen ions. Bicarbonate ions are transported via the blood plasma to the alveoli, where the reverse process occurs to revert back to carbon dioxide. 2. Carbaminohaemoglobin Carbon dioxide combines with haemoglobin to form carbaminohaemoglobin. This is reversible at the alveoli. About 10% is transported this way. 3. Dissolved in blood plasma. The most straightforward way. Simply dissolve in blood plasma and bring it over to the alveoli. About 5% is transported this way.


How to lessen distortion?

A: distortion is caused by a device operating out of it normal capabilities. To reduce or lessen it is necessary to bring the device within its proper operating curve


How does yoga affect the blood pressure in teenagers?

High blood pressure medication can be taken by teenagers. If the blood pressure is not so high that is less than 145/90 then they may first try lifestyle changes to bring the pressure to normal. If it is not produce any result then may go for high blood pressure medications. But if the blood pressure is more than 145/90 then it is advisable to have the medication as well as lifestyle changes to bring it back to normal then if needed can discontinue medication with stringent lifestyle changes. i hope this helped :)


How do adh and aldosterone aid in the stress response?

adh and aldosterone both aid in stress response by maintaining the blood pressure. during stress the blood pressure increases. they both help bring it back to normal.


What do blood cells bring to the muscle?

Red Blood cells bring oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the muscles.


What does blood in arteries do?

bring blood back from heart


What does arterial blood do?

bring blood back from heart


Which blood vessel bring blood to the heart?

The inferior and superior vena cavas bring blood from the body to the right side of the heart. The pulmonary veins bring blopd from the lungs to the left side of the heart.


What blood vessel is not part of the systemic circulation?

The Vein does not bring blood to the Heart.


What does blood bring to the cells?

blood brings oxgen and nutrients to cells