Oxygen is used by cells for the process of respiration.
Respiration is the release of energy from food. When this happens using oxygen it is called aerobic respiration:
glucose + oxygen ----> water + carbon dioxide + ENERGY IRON
haversian system is to consist to allow for the efficient delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the bone cells
When cells have oxygen, they can perform respiration. That is, they can use the oxygen in a series of chemical reactions that release energy from sugars. This process is performed in organelles of the cell called mitochondria. Nearly all cells, whether plant or animal or other, can perform respiration.
oxygenation, oxygen delivery,oxygen consumption
various reasons. the blood is responsible for delivering oxygen to the cells. as a result anything blocks the blood from reaching the cells will limit the oxygen. or some intoxication such as CO toxicity which replace the place of oxygen in the blood.
A clot in a coronary artery.
Blood cells deliver oxygen and nutrients through the rest of the body. Blood is pumped through the lungs to collect oxygen.
The function of oxygen in the human body is to allow cells to carry out cellular respiration. This allows cells to carry out their functions.
Capillaries allow Glucose and oxygen to move out of the blood in the capillaries into interstitial fluid and into the cells. Fluid is exchanged between capillary blood and interstitial fluid.
Other oxygen delivery methods include tents and specialized infant oxygen delivery systems.
lower leaf cells is widely spaced cells allow carbon dioxide and oxygen to pass in and out the leaf
It is the haemoglobin in the cells which allow them to carry oxygen and its also the reason they are red as haemoglobin is red.
Oxygen enters root hair cells through the tubes that extend from the tube. These tubes allow air that contain oxygen to enter which facilitates respiration.
The red blood cells contain hemoglobin which binds to oxygen, so the red blood cells carry oxygen to the body's cells. Other functions of red blood cells include delivery, removal, and transport of nutrients, and excess H+ ions, as well as maintenance and prevention.
The lungs and respiratory system allow oxygen in the air to be taken into the body. The lungs' main function is to help oxygen from the air we breathe enter red blood cells. Red blood cells then carry oxygen around the body to be used in the cells found in our organs and tissues such as the lungs.
An external oxygen delivery system would consist of an oxygen source (such as a pressurized gas chamber), a pressure relieving system and a delivery system such as a breathing tube.
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Red blood cells have thin elastic membranes that allow quick passage of oxygen into the cells. The oxygen is then transported to other body parts by haemoglobin.