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  1. #1 How does O2% recovery rate relate to PCr resynthesis? 
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    How is recovery phase on this graph (below) correlate with PCr resynthesis?


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    It wouldn't let me post the picture, here is the link;

    www(dot)iss(dot)com/image/oxiplexTS/figa.gif


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    This will be your image, I presume?




    Figure (a)
    shows the ratio of Oxygenated to Total Hemoglobin Concentration as a percent. Also shown are some of the measurement parameters that can be correlated with physiological conditions including baseline (pre-exercise) value, change as a result of exercise, rates of change at the beginning and end of exercise, and final value after recovery from exercise.



    PCr = phosphocreatine for those who want to know.
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    Yes that is the one - thank you for sharing!
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