Peripheral chemoreceptor control of exercise hyperpnea in humans.

@article{Whipp1994PeripheralCC,
  title={Peripheral chemoreceptor control of exercise hyperpnea in humans.},
  author={Brian Whipp},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1994},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={337-47}
}
  • Brian Whipp
  • Published 1994 in Medicine and science in sports and exercise
Estimates of the proportional contribution of the peripheral chemoreceptors (i.e., the carotid bodies) to human ventilatory control during moderate exercise (i.e., below the lactate threshold, theta L) suggest that they: (a) exert no discernible influence on the initial (usually rapid) phase I component; (b) provide significant modulation of the slower, exponential phase II dynamics, therefore contributing to the tightness of arterial PCO2 regulation and the magnitude of the transient hypoxemia… CONTINUE READING

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