When your blood reaches your lungs it disposes of C02 it is carrying and takes up oxygen which you have inhaled.
you breathe out xx
We feel some iching
It is not air but oxygen reaches the lungs.
The blood is oxygenated that is oxygen which has been inhaled is added to the blood and the blood then transports it to other body parts.
because when the blood reaches the lungs it is oxygenated
Blood that reaches the lungs via the pulmonary artery moves through the arteries and arterioles to the capillaries surrounding the alveoli. There, oxygen diffuses into the blood and carbon dioxide diffuses out.
Oxygenated blood is pumped to throughout your body and blood that has been deoxygenated is sent back to the lungs where it will be refreshed by your breathing in oxygen.
After the blood returns to the lungs the blood then becomes oxygenated.
it branches in two direction
when the blood reaches to the tissues then the cells embedded inside it absorbs the oxygen from the haemoglobin present inside the blood and blood absorbs all the waste material from the tissues like CO2,etc.then the blood passes the waste materials to the lungs AND AFTERWARDS it comes out through the process of respiration.
It leaves lungs through pulmonary veins and reaches the left atrium of the heart.
There is an exchange of oxygen for carbon dioxide that is then expelled from the lungs.
the kidneys clean it by removing the waste from the blood
You can't get enough air in your lungs because blood takes up all the space in your lungs. You will sufforcate and throw up blood.
bicarbonate and oxygen
When air reaches lungs which has thousands small sacks called alveoli the oxygen is difussed to blood capillaries that line alveolar wall.
it evaporates when you breath out (exhale)
It turns red
You die, I mean you're bleeding into your lungs.
Blood become oxgenated.
all the blood that enters the heart from the lungs is high in oxygen normally
Blood flows through veins after delivering oxygen to the body.
Can't breath and you die cause your lungs with dry out too much .