|Where is Haemoglobin found?
|Red blood cells
|What type of structure does Haemoglobin have?
|What is the role of Haemoglobin?
|To transport oxygen around the body
|How many oxygen molecules can one molecule of haemoglobin transport?
|What does Haemoglobin and Oxygen form?
|Where does the creation of Oxyhaemoglobin occur?
|Where is the oxygen released?
|Term describing 'Concentration' of a gas?
|What causes different haemoglobins to have different affinities for O2?
|Different sequences of amino acids
|Two terms for the processes of haemoglobin combining with and releasing O2?
|Loading / Association; Unloading/ dissociation
|What direction does the O2 dissociation curve shift when CO2 levels increase? What is the name given to this effect?
|Right --> Bohr effect
|In the presence of CO2, what change happens to the haemoglobin molecule?
|What happens to the affinity of haemoglobin for O2 in oxygen-poor conditions?
|What happens to the affinity of haemoglobin for O2 in the presence of CO2?
|Which way does the curve shift in oxygen-poor conditions?