Respiration is the process that carries oxygen to the cells and removes carbon dioxide from them. Blood carries the oxygen to the cells.
The Respiratory system carries oxygen and carbon dioxide
The part of the circulatory system that carries either oxygen or carbon dioxide is blood.
The process to separate oxygen and carbon from carbon dioxide is called electrolysis.
The carbon dioxide and oxygen cycle is the process by which carbon dioxide and oxygen are cycled and recycled in the atmosphere.
Plasma carries oxygen to and from cells. Plasma is 90% water.Oxygen and carbon dioxide attaches to the hemoglobin in red blood cells.
The pulmonary artery carries blood low in oxygen and high in carbon dioxide. The other arteries carry blood high in oxygen and low in carbon dioxide.
The blood carries oxygen and carbon dioxide (as well as nutrients for your body) into and out of your body.
The air we breathe in carries 21 percent oxygen and 0. 04 percent carbon dioxide. What we breathe out carries 16 percent oxygen and 4. 5 percent carbon dioxide.
oxygen-carbon dioxide cycle
plasma has a little
Oxygen and carbon dioxide move into and out of the lungs by the process of diffusion.
Ventilation is the process of oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanging at the cellular level. Oxygen is taken in from inhaled air and carbon dioxide is released by exhalation.
The pulmonary veins are high in oxygen and low in carbon dioxide. All other veins are high in carbon dioxide and low in oxygen.
glucose+oxygen--->carbon dioxide+waterhydrocarbon+oxygen--> carbon dioxide+water
Diffusion is the process that allows the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the alveoli. This process is one of passive transport.
The process that takes place in a leaf using carbon dioxide and producing oxygen is Photosynthesis
iron in the hemoglobin
It carries carbon dioxide and oxygen.
Hemoglobin carries oxygen from the lungs to the body and carbon dioxide back from the body to the lungs.
respitatory, taking oxygen in...and breathing carbon dioxide out. carbon dioxide=Co2 and oxygen = O
The Carbon Dioxide-Oxygen Cycle. :)
Red Blood Cells (Erythrocytes) are responsible for carrying oxygen (or carbon dioxide) around the body.