Humans inhale oxygen and exhale carbon di oxide.
Typically the gas humans exhale is about 4% to 5% CO2 (carbon dioxide) and 4% to 5% less oxygen than was inhaled.
Humans inhale both and exhale both, however all Co2 is exhaled and only some O2 is exhaled.
Yes humans inhale oxygen but exhale carbon dioxide.
We need oxygen because of reasons . Without oxygen we would die . Humans exhale carbon dioxide becasue it is poisionous to the body and we cannot have it in our respitory system for long
Humans need to eat plant food. Plants need carbon dioxide which humans exhale.
No; humans inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.
we also exhale water(h2o) along with carbon dioxide. All the constituents of the air we inhale are in the air we exhale. The proportions differ because of the gas exchange in the lungs.
Humans breathe out carbon dioxide and water vapor when they exhale. The relaxation of the diaphragm muscle allows you to exhale, but tightening the chest muscles lets you push air out forcibly, as when inflating a balloon.
We exhale carbon dioxide or called CO2
because they have to let all the bad stuf out
They inhale air and exhale carbon just like humans.
Humans exhale more water vapour than they inhale because water vapour is a product of respiration which means that your body creates it so has more to get rid of.
Humans produce carbon dioxide through respiration; when humans breathe out, they exhale more carbon dioxide than they had breathed in.
Plants breathe carbon dioxide in and exhale oxygen as opposed to humans who do the opposite. We breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.
They breathe in air and exhale CO2 just like humans do.
CO2 (carbon dioxide).
Yes, but not as O2. Cows, just like us humans, exhale CO2, which is carbon dioxide, a molecule that has oxygen with a carbon atom attached.
0%- Humans exhale CO2. Human expell methane.
only slightly because we exhale co2 but trees absorb most of that.
Humans exhale air with a high amount of CO2 or carbon dioxide.