Blood carries carbon dioxide out of cells.
Yes, red blood cells bond reversibly with carbon dioxide in order to carry it from the cells back to the lungs in order to be excreted from the body.
The red blood cells carry carbon dioxide back to the lungs.
Oxygen, carbon dioxide
Yes, except that most of the carbon dioxide is dissoved in the blood plasma. Circulatory A+
Carry oxygen and carbon dioxide.
your red blood cells carry oxygen into your body and takes carbon dioxide out
It carries oxygen and carbon dioxide away from the cells of the body.* * * * *Not so.In general, it carries oxygen to the cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells.
Red blood cells carry most carbon dioxide wastes away from the cells of the body.
the red blood cells carry carbon dioxide and oxygen that it gets from the lungs when you breath.the blood gets its color from when the red blood cells pick up the oxygen. oh and by the way red blood cells are also called erthrocytes
The primary function of white blood cells is to fight infection. Red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to the body tissues, and carbon dioxide as a waste product away from the tissues and back to the lungs.
Carbon Dioxide - CO2
Carbon Dioxide and other waste products.
carry oxygen and carbon dioxide
They do carry oxygen to the body and brain, and they also carry Carbon Dioxide back to the lungs so the lungs can exhale the Carbon Dioxide.
Red blood cells carry oxygen to the lungs as you inhale and carry carbon dioxide away from the lungs as you exhale.
Red blood cells, or erythrocytes, carry carbon dioxide away from the tissues to the lungs where it is exhaled.
carbon dioxide and most of all oxygen
To carry oxygen and return carbon dioxide.
Red blood cells.