In this lesson we looked at the function of haemoglobin, how its’ structure relates to its function and the oxygen dissociation curve for different types of haemoglobin.
Here is a video explaining the structure and function of haemoglobin:
You will need to be able to explain something called the Bohr effect which relates to the way the oxygen dissociation curve for haemoglobin changes its’ position according to the pH and temperature of the blood.
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