Noun(1) the metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules; processes that take place in the cells and tissues during which energy is released and carbon dioxide is produced and absorbed by the blood to be transported to the lungs(2) a single complete act of breathing in and out(3) the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
(1) Oxygen free radicals in root cells would be formed in the process of root respiration in the mitochondria and the oxidation of secondary metabolites such as soluble phenols.(2) The effects of sleep on respiration include changes in central respiratory control, airways resistance, and muscular contractility.(3) Every aspect of life depends on muscular activity, whether it be speech, eating and digestion, respiration , all expressions of brain function.(4) Participants were children aged 2-59 months with complaints of cough, rapid respiration , or difficulty in breathing.(5) opiates affect respiration(6) First, and most obvious, there is the role of respiration in energy metabolism.(7) Root respiration provides metabolic energy for growth and maintenance of root biomass and for ion transport.(8) Blood pressure and respiration are checked every five minutes, and the patient's temperature also is recorded.(9) In mammals, external respiration - the ventilation of the lungs - is achieved by breathing, the mechanical basis of respiration : the terms are sometimes used synonymously.(10) Lipids provide material for respiration and energy production, and serve as vitamins, hormones and structural components of biological membranes.(11) Temporal relationships between organic carbon production and respiration are not well understood in coral reef ecosystems.(12) They have noisy respirations , and expiratory stridor is usually present from birth.(13) By using opiate analgesics and sedatives to provide comfort to a dying patient, we risk depressing respirations and causing hypotension, which may hasten death.(14) In the respiratory form, sinus arrhythmia typically varies with respirations , and the heart rate (RR interval) increases with inspiration and decreases with expiration.(15) Before and after each administration of salmeterol or placebo, patients were assessed for heart rate, respirations , and breath sounds.(16) Patients should be admitted to the hospital if respirations continue to be labored or their O 2 saturation is less than or equal to 90%.
(1) artificial respiration :: 人工呼吸
(2) anaerobic respiration :: 嫌気呼吸
1. ventilation ::
2. breathing ::
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