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  • 1. Chemical Bonding By: Sana Mohammed
  • 2. What is hemoglobin?
    • Hemoglobin gives red blood cells their characteristic color.
    • And binds with oxygen.
    • http:// www.google.com/search?hl = en&q = define:+hemoglobin&aq =0&aqi=l1g1&oq= what+does+hemoglobin+m
    • http://www.shands.org/health/graphics/images/en/19443.jpg
  • 3. How is hemoglobin important in the transport of oxygen in our bodies?
    • The main function of hemoglobin is to transfer oxygen. Since oxygen is a gas, it binds to hemoglobin which helps it transfer through our body.
    • http:// www.austincc.edu/~emeyerth/hemoglob.htm
    • http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2007/08/01/health/adam/19510.jpg
  • 4. Why is the transport of oxygen by hemoglobin a real life example of chemical bonding ?
    • It is a real life example because atoms bind together in chemical bonding while oxygen binds with blood inside the human body.
    • http:// staff.jccc.net/PDECELL/chemistry/water.gif
  • 5. How is hemoglobin related to a successful climb to the top of Mt Everest ?
    • There is not much oxygen on the top of Mt Everest. so people use gas tanks to help them get to the top. During this time a persons body and hemoglobin has to be normal in order for the person to be alive and healthy.
    • http:// www.google.com/imgres?imgurl =http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_ogp7eICp4FQ/SnxcZXSthtI/AAAAAAAAABQ/MmgvEWpMrzI/S1600-R/Mount_Everest.jpg&imgrefurl=http://everestsite.blogspot.com/2009/08/photos-of-mount-everest.html&h=400&w=600&sz=38&tbnid=rzZ6HrF_QOolvM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=135&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dmount%2Beverest&hl= en&usg =__babG3PjS7fAiZQksT8P-8d1SN4A=& ei =HnJkS9zwKZK6NuGUwPcG&sa= X&oimage&ved =0CBEQ9QEwAg
  • 6. pH and hemoglobin
    • There are lots of pH buffers in our blood these buffers help us keep our Hemoglobin under control.
    • http://www.chemistry.wustl.edu/~edudev/LabTutorials/Buffer/Buffer.html
    • http://www.yellowtang.org/images/oxygen_levels_effec_c_la_784.jpg
  • 7. What is blood doping?
    • This means increasing the number of red blood cells in your body to perform better in sports and other activities.
    • http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:Blood+
    • doping&ei =53RkS-yxFIq4NqfdwN4G&sa= X&oi
    • =glossary_definition&ct=title&ved=0CAcQkAE
    • http://www.yourperformance.co.uk/images/15043.jpg
  • 8. Autologus and homologous
    • Autologous blood doping is the transfusion of one’s own blood, which has been stored (refrigerated or frozen) until needed.
    • Homologous blood doping is the transfusion of blood that has been taken from another person with the same blood type.
    • http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:Autologous
    • +blood+injection&ei=rYNkS7iGNZTINbj6sP0G&sa=X&oi
    • =glossary_definition&ct=title&ved=0CAkQkAE
    • http://www.byjamesraia.com/content_images/2/Vino.jpg
  • 9. What is EPO and why is it used?
    • EPO is a peptide that is produced naturally by the human body. EPO is released by the kidneys and and acts on the bone marrow to stimulate red blood cell production .
    • IT is used to improve the amount of blood that red blood cells carry to the muscles this helps the muscles function better and for a longer period of time.
    • http://www.wada-ama.org/en/Resources1/Q-and-A/Q-A-Blood-Doping/
    • http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_CAmg8xXq7mw/SoTBNW_uZiI/AAAAAAAAAEM/jrZ55JHGN_I/s320/RBC_epo.jpg
  • 10. What are the medical uses of blood doping?
    • Blood doping is also like blood transfusion it is used to save someone by giving them blood if they have lost their blood. Also blood doping is used to enhance a persons ability while playing sports.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_performance-enhancing_drugs_in_sport
    • http://repairstemcell.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/blood-doping.jpg
  • 11. Why is blood doping used in sports?
    • Blood doping is used in sports to increase a persons ability to perform better.
    • http://www.kidzworld.com/article/1832-blood-doping-in-sports-athletes-cheating
    • http://www.kidzworld.com/img/upload/article/20303/a1686i1_zow.jpg
  • 12. 1 st example of blood doping
    • Blood doping is used in badminton.
    • Blood is injected in the persons elbow to help the persons arm swing better.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_performance-enhancing_drugs_in_sport
    • http://ndinndun.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/badminton_
    • 416_tcm146-143959.jpg
  • 13. 2 nd example of blood doping
    • Blood doping is also used in animals
    • Grey hounds are injected with blood to make them run faster in races.
    • The blood is injected in the animals legs which helps the hounds legs function better.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_performance-enhancing_drugs_in_sport
    • http:// www.sportinglife.com/greyhounds/images/greyhounds.jpg
  • 14. Side effects of blood doping
    • Another persons blood may contain viruses
    • An athlete can put her own life at risk if the procedure is not done properly
    • Or if the blood is not stored or handled in a proper manner
    • Also unnaturally high blood cells can increase the rate of heart attack and stroke
    • http://www.wada-ama.org/en/Resources1/Q-and-A/Q-A-Blood-Doping/
    • http://www.pharmainfo.net/files/u4142/GeneDoping3_widec.jpg

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