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production

 [pro-duk´shun]
the creation or bringing forth of something.
carbon dioxide production the amount of carbon dioxide produced by the tissues, measured as the amount of carbon dioxide given off by the lungs; normally 200 ml/min (or 3.0 ml/kg/min), but increased with increased metabolic rate.

car·bon di·ox·ide pro·duc·tion

(V̊CO2) (kahr-bŏn dī-oks'īd prŏ-duk'shŭn)
The volume of carbon dioxide produced by the body, per minute; it is reported in liters or mL per minute at STPD.
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Once the students produce a graph depicting carbon dioxide production over time (example in Figure 4), the instructor can lead a discussion about the trends in the data and how to calculate the rate of carbon dioxide production for each treatment.
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Meanwhile, the obvious solution is to cut carbon dioxide production, says Lindroth.
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