What Is the Structure and Function of the Respiratory Membrane?

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The respiratory membrane is formed by a combination of walls of alveoli and walls of capillaries. The respiratory membrane is what allows gases to be exchanged across the tissue by simple diffusion.
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the respiratory membrane consists of an alveolar type I cell, an endothelial cell of a capillary, and their fused basement membranes.
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The respiratory membrane's structure includes the Alveolar wall,
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Alveoli Function: Gas exchange by diffusion over thin respiratory membrane Alveolar Oxygen into blood and carbon dioxide flush out into alveolar air. Structure: Tiny terminal Air
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Serous membranes line and enclose several body cavities where they secrete a lubricating fluid which reduces friction from muscle movement.
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