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Of course, particles emitted during respiration may pass through thin material, but a low pressure drop may aid diffusion, with particles floating around inside the gaiter until they get stuck on fabric or your skin.
While most dives lasted around an hour, 5 percent exceeded about 78 minutes, suggesting it takes more than twice as long as thought for the whales to switch to anaerobic respiration.
Some ROS are produced in the normal course of organisms’ respiration, metabolism and immunological defense, sometimes for specific functions and sometimes as byproducts.
WHY SLEEP DEPRIVATION KILLSVERONIQUE GREENWOODJUNE 4, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
The respiration of the young woman was so light that for an instant Catharine thought she was not breathing at all.
MARGUERITE DE VALOISALEXANDRE DUMAS
When he does so I notice to my astonishment a remarkable improvement in his respiration and his walking.
What, then, would be the respective influence of low and high temperatures on the respiration of pure oxygen?
It develops grace and muscular strength, increases circulation and respiration, and is cheering because of rhythm.
From this chain large numbers of nerves are given off, which end chiefly in the organs of digestion, circulation, and respiration.
A PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGYALBERT F. BLAISDELL
The larva of the dragon fly exhibits, in a very striking manner, the mode of respiration in aquatic insects.
The ascent of the mountain was most arduous, the natural difficulties being much increased by the difficulty of respiration.

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