Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 317)
Factors that Determine the Oxygen Supply of the Cell and their Possible Disruption
Oxygen transport to tissue and cell occurs in three major steps:
oxygen uptake in the lung;
oxygen transport in blood;
diffusion of oxygen from the capillaries, through the tissue and into the cell.
KeywordsOxygen Supply Oxygen Diffusion Polarization Voltage Abdominal Ganglion Capillary Perfusion
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