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Oxygen moves into the capillaries from the air sacs. Carbon dioxide moves out the the capillaries into the air sacs.

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The two-way exchange of substances between blood and body cells occurs only through what?

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Whcih blood vessels allow substances to travel between the blood and other cells in the body?

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