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Factors that affects Oxygen Dissociation Curves - Temperature

At higher temperature haemoglobin gives up oxygen more readily and the dissociation curve shifts to the right. This is of physiological importance because increased temperature means higher metabolic rate or higher oxygen requirement.

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