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Through a process called diffusion. This process is the random movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration.

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Q: How does oxygen get out of the leaf cells and back into the air outside the plant?
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Do plant or animal cells Carry out cellullar respiration?

Do Plant, Animal and Bacteria cells carry out this process?


How do veins bring oxygen to every cell?

Veins don't bring oxygen, they carry blood back to the heart and lungs. Arteries carry oxygenated blood to the body. So the oxygen is carried through the blood, right? So then what I learned in my bio class is that the oxygen then seeps out of the blood vessels and goes into the cells outside it. What makes this possible is that the cell membrane (the outside of animal cells) has the job of letting some molecules in and some molecules out. If this is totally different from what anybody else learned, then feel free to improve my answer.


What does the red blood cells carry to the lungs?

The red blood cells carry carbon dioxide back to the lungs.


What are the products manufactured by photosynthesis needed by humans and other animals?

If by "need for survival" you mean energy or ATP, yes; the chloroplast in plant cells are able to turn the light energy from the sun into energy. Most people know that a plant cell usescarbon dioxide but many don't realize that it uses oxygen to to create energy over 66% more efficiently. Back to your original question though, the needs of human cells are very different than that of a plant and I quite possibly misunderstood your question but it was the best I could think of.


What do red blood cell transport from tissues?

Red blood cells transport oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and remove carbon dioxide from the tissues back to the lungs for exhalation.

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Do plant or animal cells Carry out cellullar respiration?

Do Plant, Animal and Bacteria cells carry out this process?


What do red bloob cells do?

Red blood cells carry oxygen to tissue and circulate back to the lungs to receive more oxygen.


After blood releases oxygen to the cells of the body the blood becomes?

After blood releases oxygen to the cells of the body the blood becomes deoxygenized. It then travels back to the heart to get more oxygen.


What do blood cells deliver to cells?

WIthout getting too technical, Oxygen to the cells, Carbon Dioxide on the way back


What is the path that oxygen follows in your repiratory system and the cardiovascular system?

The oxygen goes into you're lungs and the blood cells get the rich oxygen, and the blood cells come back with the carbon dioxide,


What do veins carry back to the heart?

Blood cells low on oxygen.


What delivers oxygen?

The way that your body cells get food and oxygen is throgh the blood, when you breathe in oxygen goes everywhere in your body and when the oxygen intactas with the cells the cls deliover the oxygen everywhere it needs to go.


When oxygen is being carried back to blood cells?

Oxygen is transferred to blood cells in the capillaries around the alveoli. It diffuses from the alveoli into the bloodstream, and to the hemoglobin molecule.


How do veins bring oxygen to every cell?

Veins don't bring oxygen, they carry blood back to the heart and lungs. Arteries carry oxygenated blood to the body. So the oxygen is carried through the blood, right? So then what I learned in my bio class is that the oxygen then seeps out of the blood vessels and goes into the cells outside it. What makes this possible is that the cell membrane (the outside of animal cells) has the job of letting some molecules in and some molecules out. If this is totally different from what anybody else learned, then feel free to improve my answer.


What gas does the plant put back into the atmosphere and who uses the gas?

The plant put back oxygen into the atmosphere and the humans (us) use the oxygen to breathe Oxygen is used by all living things as well as playing a part in oxidization Fire corrosion etc


Why would animal cells and plant cells be similar?

Because way back, they both had a common ancestor.


Explain how things that plant or animals do are done by thework of cells?

the cells are plant cells and animal cells