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    Look up Bohr effect and and BPG effect, they're both pretty clinically relevant
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    (Original post by Markh1000)
    In most adults, yes. (Hint for OP ).
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    1. bohr effect
    2. oxygen affinity - compare species and relate to metabolic demands
    3. red blood cell disorders like sickle cell
    4. structure of haemoglobin
    5. briefly mention a disease that affects hamoglobin e.g. plasmodium infection [malaria]
    6. talk about blood pH and how it relates to H ions
    7. draw a picture
    8. draw a second picture
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    (Original post by int_applicant)
    ???
    *Cough!*thalassaemia*Cough!*
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    *Cough!*thalassaemia*Cough!*
    common be matured.....besides, it is obvious that my initial post assumes there is no disorder...
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    talk about
    the difference between sickle cell and thalassaemia
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    (Original post by int_applicant)
    ???
    (Original post by int_applicant)
    besides, it is obvious that my initial post assumes there is no disorder...


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hemoglobin_A2
 
 
 
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