The Principles and Practice of Human Physiology by O.G. Edholm (Eds.)

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Co constant. This is overridden during vigorous exercise when the /? ,co faU* because acidaemia mainly due to lactic acid, a fall in arterial p and a rise in body temperature produce additional respiratory stimulation. a n < 2 a 2 a 2 m a a v 2 0i OH H + + CH P C0 ±^C0 A 2 2 + 3 CH COO H 0£z^H C03±=j H+ + jHC0 2 2 3 Na+ +JHCO3- Increase in ventilation If the exercise is severe enough for the rate of production of lactate to exceed its rate of breakdown or its rate of escape from the muscle cells, then the exercise intensity is said to be above the anaerobic threshold and it will WORK PHYSIOLOGY 49 not be possible for the exercise to be continued indefinitely.

J. H. FENTEM T A B L E 5 A n estimate of the major components of cardiac energy expenditure during heavy w o r k (a) (b) (c) (d) Increase in heart rate Internal work (pressure generation) Resting metabolism and improved contractility External work (forward flow of stroke volume) 15% 45% 30% 10% work is high, because cardiac output is high, then internal work of pressure generation accounts for about 50% of the oxygen consumption. It has never been possible to draw up the energy balance sheet by measuring all the components in the same experiment.

Co which adjusts the drive to respiratory muscles so as to maintain the /? ,co constant. This is overridden during vigorous exercise when the /? ,co faU* because acidaemia mainly due to lactic acid, a fall in arterial p and a rise in body temperature produce additional respiratory stimulation. a n < 2 a 2 a 2 m a a v 2 0i OH H + + CH P C0 ±^C0 A 2 2 + 3 CH COO H 0£z^H C03±=j H+ + jHC0 2 2 3 Na+ +JHCO3- Increase in ventilation If the exercise is severe enough for the rate of production of lactate to exceed its rate of breakdown or its rate of escape from the muscle cells, then the exercise intensity is said to be above the anaerobic threshold and it will WORK PHYSIOLOGY 49 not be possible for the exercise to be continued indefinitely.

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