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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PHILIPPINES.
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The present study adds to this evidence by reporting an inverse relation between blood Ph levels (< 5 pg/dL) and amplitude of the no-go P3 ERP component, which is believed to be generated within the prefrontal cortex (Davis et al.
High dietary Cl content of cows fed -100 DCAD diet caused the kidneys to excrete more Cl in urine to maintain normal blood pH but in spite of that a slight metabolic acidosis was experienced, as was evident from altered prepartum blood pH.
It is possible to monitor one's pH by checking the saliva pH; however that is not an absolutely accurate reflection of the blood pH.
A 10-min in-water rest interval between the first and second submergence (treatment-1 and -4 turtles) permitted partial recovery of blood pH (Figs.
If the fetus is not receiving enough oxygen, the acid levels in the blood will build up, causing a decrease in blood pH.
Petrie and his fellow researchers not only discovered that heart rate response correlated with blood pH but also identified two different levels of response.
The micronutrient chessboard favors the human host with optimal blood pH, because many enzymes including those for oxygen transport incorporate iron, and their solubility is highly pH dependent.
The instant we wake up we sense the higher CO2 and breathe faster to get it back down and our blood pH back to 7.
Ruminal characteristics, blood pH, blood urea nitrogen and nitrogen balance in Nili-ravi Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) bulls fed diets containing various levels of ruminally degradable protein.
The kidneys try to compensate for this by excreting bicarbonate to lower the blood pH.
Blood pH, standard bicarbonate (SB) and base excess (BE) were measured using a 168pH Blood-Gas Analyzer (Ciba-Corning, Basel, Switzerland).