Carbon dioxide enters RBC and combines with water to form carbonic acid. This reaction is catalysed by

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Q 1206267178.     Carbon dioxide enters RBC and combines with water to form carbonic acid. This reaction is catalysed by
A

`Mg^(++)` actiated ATP ase

B

`Ca^(++)` activated ATP ase

C

`Zn^(++)` containing carbonic anhydrase

D

`Na^(++)` activated ATP ase

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