Exchange of carbon-di-oxide for oxygen takes place between capillaries and tissues.
The exchange of gases occur through diffusion.
In Lungs, oxygen from inhaled air in the alveolar space moves into the RBCs in the capillaries and the carbon-di-oxide moves form the RBCs in the capillaries to the alveolar space which is exhaled during respiration.
In other tissues, the Oxygen is given to the tissues and carbon-di-oxide is taken from the tissues into the blood.
Many gases can be exchanged across the capillaries but the exchange of oxygen and carbon-di-oxide occurs normally in the body.
in the bronchioles
gas exchange occurs between pulmonary capillaries and the alveoli in the lungs.
capillaries and tissue cells
gas exchange occurs between the thin walls of the alveoli and the thin walls of the capillaries
Capillaries. Its one-celled thick structure help it to perform its work efficiently
yes capillaries are connected to heart because heart is a muscular organ and the exchange of materials between heart walls and blood occurs through capillaries.
the organ that is involved in gas exchange is the lung. the specific lung structure that is the site for gas exchange is the alveolus which is part of the alveoli, which is found in the lung.
Capillary: A tiny blood vessel where substances are exchanged between the blood and the body cells.