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The are transported round attached to a molecule called haemoglobin, present in the red blood cells. The blood is then pumped round the body by the heart and Carbon Dioxide is replaced for Oxygen in the lungs and the converse in the body's capillaries.
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How does the blood transport oxygen and carbon dioxide?

Blood contains a specific pigment called haemoglobin which can bind to both oxygen and carbon dioxide, although it has higher affinity for oxygen. Oxygen binds with haemoglobi

How does the blood exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide?

The primary function of the respiratory system is to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Inhaled oxygen enters the lungs and reaches the alveoli. The layers of cells lining th

How is oxygen and carbon dioxide released from blood?

I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, so I'll answer this two ways. oxygen is used in our bodies at a cellular level. It is used and carbon dioxide is a byproduct of its f

How are oxygen and carbon dioxide transpoted in to the blood?

Trough Arteries & Veins. Oxygen rich blood leaves the heart in your arteries. When the oxygenated blood reaches its destination it is exchanged in vessels, called capillaries,

How is oxygen carried by the blood and carbon dioxide?

Oxygen binds (oxygenation) to metalloproteins (like hemoglobin in mammals) in erythrocytes (red blood cells). When the oxygenated metalloprotein reaches a tissue, the environm

What is the sequence of oxygen carbon dioxide and blood flow?

When we inhale, the blood in the capillaries in our lungs will getthe oxygen (the blood will be oxygenated) and it will go to theheart, first in the left atrium,mitral valve,l