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## Respiratory quotientThe ## Additional recommended knowledgeIt can be used in the alveolar gas equation. ## CalculationThe respiratory quotient (
In this calculation, the CO The range of respiratory coefficients for organisms in metabolic balance usually ranges from 1.0 (representing the value expected for pure carbohydrate oxidation) to ~0.7 (the value expected for pure fat oxidation). See BMR for a discussion of how these numbers are derived. A mixed diet of fat and carbohydrate results in an average value between these numbers. An
## Respiratory Quotients of Some SubstancesReference
## References**^**Telugu Academi, Botany text book, 2007 Version
Categories: Respiratory therapy | Biochemistry methods | Metabolism | Respiration |
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