What Happens in the Alveoli in the Process of Gas Exchange?

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The process of gas exchange takes place in the alveoli. Carbon dioxide is taken from the blood. Oxygen is then is taken from the air we breathe in. This means oxygen is added to the blood and we breathe out co2.
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Alveoli- these are the small sac-like structures where gas exchange occurs with the blood. Its creates an ideal site for gas exchange between the air in the lungs and the blood in
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It is diffusion. In alveoli, gas molecules go from a higher concentration to a lower one. Such a process is called diffusion. Thus, oxygen in the air enters alveolar capillaries -
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Oxygen diffuses into the pulmonary capillary then hemoglobin in blood
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its for my biology project. so i need an answer as soon as possible. thankyou! Posted by faffaan on March 26, 2009 at 1:56 AM via web and tagged with alveoli biology gas exchange
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