Figure 419

Effect of exercise on oxygen consumption and ventilatory rate. (From Gray JS: Pulmonary Ventilation and Its Physiological Regulation. Springfield, Ill: Charles C Thomas, 1950.)

Changes in alveolar ventilation (bottom curve) and arterial Pco2 (top curve) during a 1-minute period of exercise and also after termination of exercise. (Extrapolated to the human being from data in dogs in Bainton CR: Effect of speed vs grade and shivering on ventilation in dogs during active exercise. J Appl Physiol 33:778, 1972.)

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