Explain why the blood pH begins to decrease when physical activity increases.

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Explain why the blood pH begins to decrease when physical activity increases.

Cellular Respiration:

Cellular Respiration is a process in which ATP energy is created through the oxidation of glucose molecules. This aerobic process utilizes oxygen and glucose to produce carbon dioxide, water, and ATP energy to power biochemical reactions.

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Because cellular respiration produces carbon dioxide as a waste product of respiration, physical activity will produce more carbon dioxide as more ATP...

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Carbon Dioxide Transport in the Blood

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Chapter 13 / Lesson 4
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Carbon dioxide is transported in the blood in two different forms, bicarbonate and carbaminohemoglobin. In this lesson, dive into carbon dioxide transportation in the blood, in the lungs, and in metabolizing tissues.


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