Asked in Respiratory Rate, Respiratory System
What is the most important chemical stimuli leading to increased rate and depth of breathing?
"most important" is carbon dioxide also oxygen and H+ concentration
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is the most important chemical stimuli leading to increased rate of breath?
An increase in carbon dioxide in the blood is the most important chemical stimulus to cause breathing, even more than oxygen concentration. ...
Asked in Heart Rate
How does heart attack affect breathing rate?
An increased breathing rate is one of the symptoms of a heart attack. The heart's capacity to move blood is compromised, leading to increased blood CO2 and decreased oxygen. This leads to increased breathing rates in an attempt to compensate. ...
Asked in Business Communication, Business Writing
Why it is important for financial administrators to communicate effectively?
Poor communication can lead to duplication of efforts, non-standardized spending practices, staff knowledge and experiences not being shared, leading to increased overall costs. ...
Asked in World War 2
How does defroestation affect the world?
It means less CO2 is absorbed by them, leading to increased CO2 in the air, leading to increased global warming. Also it means more energy is being used to make paper out of the trees and also and build on the sites where the trees were, with less trees, less rain is absorbed, leading to more flooding also. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Air Pollution, Ozone Layer
Is the chemical in air conditioning leading to the destruction of the ozone?
Yes, it is causing the destruction of ozone. The chemical in Air conditioning is CFC. ...
What are parts of a chemical reaction?
Chemical reaction is the making and breaking of chemical bonds, leading to changes in the composition of matter. Chemical reactions do not create or destroy matter; they only rearrange it in various ways. ...