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i dont noww , alveoli is stupid

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What process is when Oxygen moves from the lung in the blood stream?

Oxygen moves from the lung into the bloodstream at the capillaries of the alveoli. This happens due to diffusion.


What is the process when oxygen moves into the blood stream?

oxygenation. the blood comes in contact with the alveoli of the lungs, which transfers oxygen into the bloodstream.


Where is oxygen absorbed into the bloodstream?

alveoli and capillaries


Which substance moves from the alveoli to the blood?

Oxygen from the air moves from the alveoli of the lungs into the blood.


Where does the gas exchange in the lungs take place?

In the alveoli, tiny sacs that cover the inside of our lungs. Oxygen passes from the alveoli into the bloodstream, and carbon dioxide from the bloodstream to the alveoli.


Describe what happens in the alveoli sacs?

When we inhale in and out oxygen moves from the alveoli to blood carbon dioxide moves from blood to alveoli.


When the oxygen goes into the bloodstream it goes into arteries veins or capillaries?

Oxygen moves into the lungs to the alveoli in the lungs into capillaries into pulmonary veins to the heart then to arteries that go through the rest of the body.


Is the movement of oxygen from the alveoli of the lungs into the bloodstream an example of diffusion?

Diffusion


Where does the transfer of oxygen into the bloodstream take place?

This occurs in the alveoli in the lungs.


What moves into the capillaries from alveoli?

probably oxygen


What happens between the alveoli and the cappilaries in the lungs?

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What are alveoli in lungs?

The alveoili is something that allows the oxygen in your body to enter the bloodstream.


What process moves oxygen from the alveoli to the capillaries?

Diffusion


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 does oxygen get from your lungs into the bloodstream?

Oxygen gets into the bloodstream via alveoli, bumby ball like things at the end of the bronchioles in the lungs. The gas exchange takes place in the alveoli and oxygen enters the blood while carbon dioxide leaves the blood and is then breathed out.


Do alveoli have high or low levels of oxygen?

The alveoli have high concentrations of oxygen, especially when compared to venous blood. This concentration gradient is why oxygen diffuses across the alveolar wall into the bloodstream.


What is the job of the alveoli?

The alveoli are located in the lungs. They are used to move carbon dioxide and oxygen between the lungs and the bloodstream.


External respiration refers to the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between?

Alveoli and bloodstream


What are the tiny air sacs called which oxygen and carbon dioxide pass in and out of the bloodstream?

Alveoli


What is it called when oxygen moves from the lungs into the bloodstream?

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When oxygen moves from the lungs into the bloodstream?

passive transport


What are alveoli and why are they important to the respiratory system?

Alveoli are where gas exchanges occur between blood and oxygen. Oxygen cannot enter the bloodstream without diffusing through the alveolar epithelium


The job of alveoli?

The tiny sacs within the lungs which allow oxygen and carbon dioxide to move between the lungs and the bloodstream is called alveoli. It is needed by the body to supply oxygen.


How does oxygen move into the blood stream?

Inside the red blood cells, the iron has a great affinity for oxygen. It moves by passive diffusion from the alveoli in the lungs into the bloodstream where it binds to the iron groups in the haemoglobin in the red blood cells.


How does oxygen from the air get into the blood?

oxygen that is inhaled into the lungs is diffused through the small air sacs, called alveoli, into the bloodstream.