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RESPIRATION, Med. jur. Breathing, which consists of the drawing into, inhaling, or more technically, inspiring, atmospheric air into the lungs, and then: forcing out, expelling, or technically expiring, from the lungs the air therein. Chit. Med. Jur. 92 and 416, note n.

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34) The physical state of cancer patients improves step by step by intensifying cell respiration through activation of the regulation system and the endogenous synthesis mechanism (similar to hormone, enzyme, and protein synthesis).
The study showed that certain proteins that are synthesised in the cellular mitochondria - popularly known as the cells' power plants - become unstable and disintegrate, which in turn can impair cell respiration and cause premature ageing.
Photosynthesis and cell respiration, for example, require this type of electron travel.
When hydrogen cyanide is inhaled, it quickly enters the bloodstream through the lungs and rapidly enters cells where it deactivates an important enzyme in cell respiration, and prevents the cells from using oxygen.
Here, we observed no differences in cell respiration in neither of our experimental media (Figure 2(a)).
In: Higher plant cell Respiration (Encyclopedia of plant physiology, new series, 18: 418-473.
Ask any group of high school biology teachers what topics their students find most difficult to comprehend and chances are that cell respiration will be among those mentioned.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, recipient of the 1937 Nobel Prize for his study on Vitamin C and cell respiration.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, recipient of the 1937 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine for his study on Vitamin C and cell respiration.