The Resource Oxygen in the Animal Organism : Proceedings of a Symposium Held Under the Joint Auspices of the International Union of Biochemistry and the International Union of Physiological Sciences, London, 1963, (electronic resource)

Oxygen in the Animal Organism : Proceedings of a Symposium Held Under the Joint Auspices of the International Union of Biochemistry and the International Union of Physiological Sciences, London, 1963, (electronic resource)

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Oxygen in the Animal Organism : Proceedings of a Symposium Held Under the Joint Auspices of the International Union of Biochemistry and the International Union of Physiological Sciences, London, 1963
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Oxygen in the Animal Organism
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Proceedings of a Symposium Held Under the Joint Auspices of the International Union of Biochemistry and the International Union of Physiological Sciences, London, 1963
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Oxygen in the Animal Organism
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QP535.O1
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Oxygen in the Animal Organism : Proceedings of a Symposium Held Under the Joint Auspices of the International Union of Biochemistry and the International Union of Physiological Sciences, London, 1963, (electronic resource)
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  • Front Cover; Oxygen in the Animal Organism; Copyright Page; PREFACE; Table of Contents; INTRODUCTION; SESSION A; CHAPTER 1. CHAIRMAN'S OPENING REMARKS; CHAPTER 2. SOME STUDIES ON THE REACTIONS OF OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE IN HAEMOGLOBIN SOLUTIONS AND IN BLOOD; INTRODUCTION; I. THEORY OF UPTAKE OF DISSOLVED GASES BY RED CELLS; II. THE EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN OXYGEN AND HAEMOGLOBIN; III. SOME RECENT WORK ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE REACTIONS OF OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE IN BLOOD; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 3. OXYGEN SUPPLY IN AQUATIC FORMS; DISSOLVED OXYGEN IN WATER; OXYGEN IN NATURAL WATERS
  • Carbon dioxide in natural watersmeans of respiration in water; the gills of fishes; the respiratory area; oxygen uptake by the gills; utilization of oxygen by the fish; oxygen transport within the organism by means of the blood; the oxygen dissociation curve; the effect of carbon dioxide on the oxygen dissociation curve; the effect of temperature on the oxygen dissociation curve; physiological considerations; special respiratory adjustments in aquatic animals; references; discussion
  • Chapter 4. chemistry, genetics, and function of invertebrate respiratory pigments-configurational changes and allosteric effectssummary; introduction; distribution of invertebrate respiratory pigments; how similar are the respiratory proteins?; the role of the protein moiety: the evidence that changes in protein configuration accompany ligand bonding in respiratory pigments; configurational changes in proteins; the mechanism of the configurational change; regulation by allosteric effects; conclusion; acknowledgments; references; discussion
  • Chapter 5. structure and function of haemoglobin and myoglobin1. structure of haemoglobin and myoglobin; 2. haem-protein linkages; 3. the reaction of haemoglobin and myoglobin with ligands; 4. structural basis of the haem-haem interaction and of the bohr effect; references; discussion; chapter 6. electronic structure and properties of oxygen; 1. diatomic molecules of the first short period; 2. the electronic structure of o2; 3. the anion o2; 4. consequences of the electronic structure of oxygen; 5. oxygen in a molecular environment; references; discussion; chapter 7. general discussion
  • Chapter 8. chairman's closing remarkssession b; chapter 9. the regulation of carbohydrate utilization; the pasteur effect; factors in the regulation of fatty acid synthesis; references; chapter 10. problems and controversies in the field of the respiratory chain-linked dehydrogenases; 1. introduction; 2. nadh dehydrogenase and nadh-cytochrome reductase; 3. succinic dehydrogenase; conclusions; references; discussion; chapter 11. the oxygen electrode; summary; the polarographic electrode; instrumentation; applications; acknowledgments; references; chapter 12. the measurement of po2 in tissues
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