Case Study 2000 Meter Rowing

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His heart rateis 201/min

His breathingrate is 78/min

His bodytemperatureis 37.5 C

Moresweating than before- Increasing ATP- Muscle cellsconvert ATP tomechanicalenergy.6. Rowing full speedis putting newdemands on Jimmy’s body. What are thenew demands andhow does the bodyresponds to them?- Respiratoryincreased, heartrate increasedmeans that oxygenincreased in bodyso this willgenerate moreATP. ATP thenused for musclecontraction.7. What changes inJimmy’s muscles promote unloading of oxygen fromhemoglobin for use bythe muscle cells?- lack of oxygen- Lead to ananaerobic process(lactatefermentation)8. Why do Jimmy’smuscles feel like theyare burning?- The excretorysystem removescellular wastesand helpsmaintain the salt-water balance inthe maintenanceof constancy of the internalenvironment.- Saltconcentrationincreased in bloodso blood pressure9. What conflict is produced betweenJimmy’s need to keephis body cool and hisneed to removenitrogenous wastesfrom his blood? Whatdid he do before therace to help alleviatethis conflict?

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