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Hemoglobin that is bonded to carbon monoxide and therefore cannot transport oxygen, is called

1. carboxyhemoglobin

2. methemoglobin

3. reduced hemoglobin

4. carbaminohemoglobin

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Which of the following does not shift the oxy-haemoglobin dissociation curve to the right?

1. increased pH

2. increased carbon dioxide

3. increased temperature

4. increased 2,3 -DPG

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The partial pressure of oxygen is equal in

1. Atmospheric air and Alveoli

2. Alveoli and Oxygenated blood

3. Alveoli and Deoxygenated blood

4. Deoxygenated blood and Tissues

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The solubility of carbon dioxide is about _____ times higher than that of oxygen across the respiratory membrane.

1. 20-25

2. 25-50

3. 125-150

4. 200-250

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What amount of carbon dioxide is delivered by every 100 ml of deoxygenated blood to the alveoli?

1. 4 ml

2. 5 ml

3. 15 ml

4. 20 ml

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