Question: Increased arterial H concentration leads to a pH value of less than 7.35 O Stimulates Central Che…


Increased arterial H concentration leads to a pH value of less than 7.35 O Stimulates Central Chemoreceptors as the H are able to penetrate blood brain barrier Leads to hyperventilation causing blowing off of CO2 and so relieving acidosis Involves control through a positive feedback loop. Results from activity of the plasma carbonic anhydrase. Arises from increased arterial carbonic acid generatedH

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Increased arterial H concentration leads to a pH value of less than 7.35 O Stimulates Central Chemoreceptors as the H' are able to penetrate blood brain barrier Leads to hyperventilation causing blowing off of CO2 and so relieving acidosis Involves control through a positive feedback loop. Results from activity of the plasma carbonic anhydrase. Arises from increased arterial carbonic acid generatedH

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