The future for the upcoming studies lies in the new imaging techniques, capable of introducing fine communication relationships between the peripheral chemoreceptor
cells and the sensory nerve endings.
This article will describe the hypercapnic and associated studies used to study and quantify central and peripheral chemoreceptor
control of ventilation or respiratory drive.
contributions to sympathetic and cardiovascular responses during hypercapnia.
2003b) have tested the hypothesis that entrainment of breathing frequency (Bf) by exercise rhythm may be affected during conditions of an enhanced peripheral chemoreceptor
activity in hypoxia.
physiology provides this answer.
There is considerable evidence of interactions between peripheral chemoreceptor
and arterial baroreceptor reflexes (18).
Indeed additional oxygen would likely decrease the heart rate and blood pressure as well by negating peripheral chemoreceptor
The peripheral chemoreceptors
which are sensitive to the lowered oxygen levels in the blood would also send strong stimulation to the respiratory center to start exhalation.
Environmental effects on numbers of peripheral chemoreceptors
on the antennae of a grasshopper.
The resting ventilatory response to hypoxia (HVR) is one of the most fascinating characteristics that reveal individual sensitivity response of peripheral chemoreceptors
to hypoxia [2,3].
The sensation is mediated primarfly through central and peripheral chemoreceptors
and stimulated by hypercapnia or hypoxia in the presence of decreased arterial carbon dioxide (C[O.
The change is CO2 and the pH change by lactate is detected directly through the peripheral chemoreceptors
in the carotid bodies, which control VE.