Oxygen Supply and Uses in Tissues

  • D. M. Denison
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This paper introduces the following sequence of ideas, which are discussed in more detail below.


Protective Enzyme Mitochondrial Density Arteriolar Wall Respire Oxygen Sufficient Blood Flow 
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