in your lungs
The carbon dioxide-oxygen exchange occurs in the lungs, and also in the capillaries of the end organs.
The organ is gills.
All of them. Carbon dioxide is produced by cellular respiration, which occurs in all organs.
Lungs and heart
the air sacks
the oxygen you breath in is passing in different kinds of organs but the gas exchange is occurring in the alveoli.
Oxygen and carbon dioxide change in the lungs.
The lungs. We breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide.
Perhaps skin...and cells in general....etc if you mean water as a carrier...otherwise the lungs.
External respiration, commonly known as breathing, is the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between a human and its environment.
The organs that involve gas are the lungs. They perform a process known as external respiration, or gas exchange, where they release carbon dioxide and pick up oxygen.
To carry oxygen from the lungs to the brain ,internal organs and limbs.The red cells exchange the oxygen for carbon dioxide then travel back to the lungs and exchange it for more oxygen.
We breath in fresh air, the body absorbs the oxygen and the carbon dioxide produced by internal organs is exhaled.
Carry oxygen and nutrients to organs and carbon dioxide and metabolites away from organs
To carry oxygen from the lungs to the brain ,internal organs and limbs.The red cells exchange the oxygen for carbon dioxide then travel back to the lungs and exchange it for more oxygen