In the tissues, high concentrations of carbon dioxide
in Biology
6 views
3 Votes
3 Votes
In the tissues, high concentrations of carbon dioxide

(A) Increases the affinity of haemoglobin to both oxygen and hydrogen

(B) Increases the affinity of haemoglobin to oxygen but decreases its affinity to hydrogen

(C) Decreases the affinity of haemoglobin to oxygen but increases its affinity to hydrogen

(D) Decreases the affinity of haemoglobin to both oxygen and hydrogen
in Biology
by
4.3k Points

1 Answer

3 Votes
3 Votes
 
Best Answer

In the tissues, high concentrations of carbon dioxide decreases the affinity of haemoglobin to oxygen but increases its affinity to hydrogen.

So, The correct option is (C).

by
4.3k Points

Related Questions

2 Votes
2 Votes
0 Answers 8 Views
2 Votes
2 Votes
1 Answer 16 Views
1 Vote
1 Vote
1 Answer 21 Views
1 Vote
1 Vote
1 Answer 14 Views
2 Votes
2 Votes
0 Answers 9 Views
1 Vote
1 Vote
1 Answer 7 Views
1 Vote
1 Vote
1 Answer 3 Views
1 Vote
1 Vote
1 Answer 10 Views
2 Votes
2 Votes
1 Answer 1 View

Welcome To Informesia

Informesia Helps You To Prepare India's All States Board Exams (CBSE, ICSE, UP Board, BSEB, HPBOSE, RBSE, MSBSHSE) and Competitive Exam Like JEE (Main + Advanced), AIIMS, NEET, KVPY, NTSE, BITSAT, Olympiad, CLAT...etc.
For Any Query or Suggestion, Please Contact us on :
[email protected]

Connect us on Social Media