The byproducts of cellular respiration are water, ammonia and carbon dioxide. These are not used by the cell. Carbon dioxide is removed from the body through respiration. Ammonia and water are removed from the body through urine.
Carbon dioxide is removed from cells by a process known as diffusion.
The carbon dioxide will move in because if the amount of carbon dioxide fluid is greater outside the cell then the carbon dioxide will diffuse in so that the amount of carbon dioxide inside and outside of the cell will be an equillibrium
Carbon dioxide is absorbed by the palisade cell. The palisade cell is a plant cell and without them the plant would die. Plants need carbon dioxide so they can produce food. Through photosynthesis (when a plant uses light to convert carbon dioxide into food).
No, carbon dioxide and waste are transported by the blood AWAY from each cell.
Water, carbon dioxide and oxygen can enter a cell through the plasma membrane.
Carbon dioxide leaves a cell during cellular respiration because it is a waste to the human body and other mammals. If carbon dioxide remains in the blood for too long, the individual will pass out. When carbon dioxide leaves the cell, it leaves our body when we exhale.