The ventilatory response to mild-to-moderate exercise in humans is isocapnic, or 'error-free'. It has been suggested that this response is learned over many repetitions of exercise through the process of minimising any deviations from normal in the blood gas tensions, as sensed by the chemoreceptors. However, relatively limited training programmes have failed to produce any convincing evidence in humans that forcibly altering the blood gas tensions during repeated periods of exercise alters t...Expand abstract
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A learned component of the ventilatory response to exercise in man.
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