PE. Minute ventilation / volume

Define minute ventilation / volumeThe volume air breathed in or out per minute
How do you work out minute ventilation / volume?TV x f
During exercise both the rate and the depth of breathing _________________________ in direct proportion to the intensity of the exercise. This is in order to satisfy the demands by the _________________ muscles for oxygen and remove carbon dioxide and lactic acid that has been produced as a bi-product of _________ ____________________During exercise both the rate and the depth of breathing increases in direct proportion to the intensity of the exercise. This is in order to satisfy the demands by the working muscles for oxygen and remove carbon dioxide and lactic acid that has been produced as a bi-product of tissue respiration.

Tidal volume increases by utilising both the __________________ and _______________________ reserve volumes making them decrease in exercise.Tidal volume increases by utilising both the inspiratory and expiratory reserve volumes making them decrease in exercise.
Define lactic acidA substance formed when insufficient oxygen is available to meet the demands of the exercise.
Define tissue respirationThe process of energy creation through the oxidation of food furls.