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transport

verb banish, bear, bring, carry, cart, consign, convey, deliver, deport, dispatch, drive out, exile, expel, extradite, fetch, imprison, move, ostracize, send, ship, take, tote, transfer, transmit, transmittere, transplant, transportare
Associated concepts: transport across state lines, transport contraband, transport illegal goods, transport in interstate commerce
See also: banish, carry, consign, convey, deliver, deport, expatriate, move, passion, relegate, transfer, transmit
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Our next goal is to figure out what causes variation in oxygen transport in the placenta and identify a cutoff value that would be of concern in a pregnancy, including singleton pregnancies," she says.
Also, non vascular effects of exercise are oxidative phosphorylation, muscle hypertrophy, oxygen transport capacity etc.
Take account of this data we have assumed that the changes in the morphological characteristics of erythrocytes can influence on the physical, chemical and functional parameters and primarily on the function of oxygen transport of Hb associated with the structure of packed red cells.
Changes in hemocyanin concentration may not provide a good overall tool for assessing the responsiveness of the oxygen transport system to chronic hypoxia.
Madsen H, Ditzel J: Changes in red blood cell oxygen transport in diabetic pregnancy.
These changes result in increased oxygen transport to the tissue, increased alveolar P[O.
At high altitude, the body has to develop some adaptations and changes that allows the oxygen transport system to compensate for the hypoxia in order to maintain an adequate tissue oxygen level to support metabolism (4).
In our Institution the HAART regime does not include protease inhibitors and thus provided the opportunity to investigate the oxygen transport potential of blood from HIV infected patients receiving HAART therapy.
The underlying thinking is that the transfusion will increase oxygen transport and therefore decrease deficiencies thus "relieving" tissue hypoxia.
Models to estimate oxygen transport in soils can be used to gain insight into how the respiration rate and soil physical properties can affect the oxygen concentration with soil depth.
It's true enough that iron is an essential mineral; it's a component in cell growth and oxygen transport to your body's tissues.
Fatty acid metabolism is one of the most critical aspects of all health and disease and provides the structural basis for oxygen transport into the cell.