Primary Stimulus for Breathing?


The primary stimulus for breathing is carbon dioxide in the blood. The rise of CO2 in the blood drives the need to breathe. However, there are other factors that do contribute to this.
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Changing the concentration of CO2, carbon dioxide, is the primary chemical stimulus that controls breathing. Source(s) ChemTeam.
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