How is hemoglobin’s affinity for oxygen affected by the presence or absence of oxygen?

How is hemoglobins affinity for oxygen affected by the presence or absence of oxygen? Rank hemoglobin molecules with the described conditions from most likely to bind oxygen molecules to most likely to release oxygen molecules. (For help approaching this problem, open Hint 1.) View Available Hint(s) Reset 1 bound O2 Po, = 40 mm Hg 3 bound O2, Po, = 40 mm Hg 1 bound O2, Po, 100 mm Hg 3 bound O2, Po, = 100 mm Hg most likely to bind oxygen molecules most likely to release oxygen molecules Submit How is hemoglobin’s affinity for oxygen affected by the presence or absence of oxygen? Rank hemoglobin molecules with the described conditions from most likely to bind oxygen molecules to most likely to release oxygen molecules. (For help approaching this problem, open Hint 1.) View Available Hint(s) Reset 1 bound O2 Po, = 40 mm Hg 3 bound O2, Po, = 40 mm Hg 1 bound O2, Po, 100 mm Hg 3 bound O2, Po, = 100 mm Hg most likely to bind oxygen molecules most likely to release oxygen molecules Submit

Most likely to bind oxygen molecules: 3 bound O2, PO2
= 100 mmHg
1 bound O2, PO2 = 100 mmHg
3 bound O2, PO2 = 40 mmHg
1 bound O2, PO2 = 40 mmHg, Most likely to release
oxygen molecules

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