Describe the Transport of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in the Blood
Transport of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
Transport of oxygen:
Oxygen is transported in two ways:
- i) Through plasma only small amount of oxygen is dissolved in hemoglobin.
- ii) Through hemoglobin 20 ml oxygen is transported in 100 ml hemoglobin.
Transport of carbon dioxide:
Carbon dioxide is transported by 3 ways:
- i) It is transported in the form of bicarbonate ions mostly bonded with water.
- ii) Through hemoglobin 25% of carbon dioxide combines with hemoglobin to form carbamino compound.
iii) 6% of carbon dioxide is simply dissolved in the blood.
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