Data from: Root effect haemoglobins in fish may greatly enhance general oxygen delivery relative to other vertebrates

Rummer JL, Brauner CJ

Date Published: October 9, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d0325

 

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Title All trout OEC curve data and fits
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Description These are the values, standard errors, and curve fits for all oxygen equilibrium curves for trout determined from this study. All are plotted in Fig. 1A.
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Title Human oxygen equilibrium curves from the literature
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Description This exercise took into consideration data from Itoh et al., 2001, Winslow et al., 1977, and Roughton and Severinghaus, 1973 to make human oxygen equilibrium curves that would eventually inspire the analyses for this paper.
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Title All trout delta PO2 values
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Description All of these values were calculated directly from the oxygen equilibrium curves, i.e. by subtracting exact values from curve to curve. These values were then plotted for Fig. 1B.
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Title All human delta PO2 values
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Description These human delta PO2 values were calculated by fitting data from Tyuma and Ueda, 1975 with the Equation 1 in the manuscript. These values are graphically displayed in Fig. 1B.
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Rummer JL, Brauner CJ (2015) Root effect haemoglobins in fish may greatly enhance general oxygen delivery relative to other vertebrates. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0139477. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0139477

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