The oxygen transfers from the bloodstream into a cell by the process of diffusion.(answered by a 7th grader)
Oxygen is able to go into a cell by diffusion. The oxygen molecules are small enough to go through the cell membrane with that process.
Basically when oxygen binds into an red blood cell, the red blood cell absorbs as much oxygen as possible in the hemoglobin molecule. In the process the hemoglobin becomes oxyhemoglobin.
Glucose enter in a cell by the process of facilitated diffusion.
Oxygen and carbon dioxide enter and leave the cell by diffusion.
Diffusion, which is the process of gas transfer, for example, a muscle cell has used the oxygen given to it by the blood cells, another blood cell will carry more oxygen to the cell, and the Co2 and O2 will pass through a semi-permeable membrane (the cell) and transfer the oxygen to the animal.
Blood contains red blood cells. Red blood cells don't contain blood. Blood does not enter the red blood cell.
the process that causes the water to enter and leave the cell is diffusion
component of red blood cell to which the oxygen is atached
If the blood cell is red you can tell that it has oxygen
oxygen and carbon dioxide. oxygen is delivered by the blood into the cell and oxygen from the cell is is given to the blood in exchange to be expelled by the lungs.
The red blood cells first gather oxygen from the lung before leaving it, and then enter the capillaries and give off oxygen and nutrients and then leave, back to the lungs to repeat this process. Hope this helped! Brynne
White blood cell
The correct answer is diffusion. Diffusion is the process by which materials enter and leave a cell through the cell membrane.
Through the muscles
Water, carbon dioxide and oxygen can enter a cell through the plasma membrane.
when a red blood cell come into contact with the oxygen, the hemoglobin present in red blood cell produce a compound named " oxyhimoglobin", and thus it carries oxygen.
The red blood cell.
Red blood cell
Oxygen enters the body by travelling into the lungs, it then diffuses through the alveoli cell wall into the body's biggest artery, the aorta.
The only time a cell would be entering the plasma membrane would be with a white blood cell. The process is called phagocytosis, a form of endocytosis.
Red blood cells collect oxygen from the lungs, and carry around the body. The red blood cell absorbs oxygen in the haemoglobin molecule. During this process the haemoglobin becomes oxyhaemoglobin. it provides energy for your anus and other places in your body.