TRANSPORTATION OF CO2 AND O2

TRANSPORTATION OF CO2 AND O2
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  • Red blood cells in the capillaries
  • Carbon dioxide molecules
  • Oxygen molecules
  • KEY:
  • Air enters the alveoli (CO2 & O2 are within the air)
  • Low pressure of CO2
  • High pressure of O2
  • Carbon dioxide molecules
  • Red blood cells in the capillaries
  • Oxygen molecules
  • KEY:
  • The carbon dioxide diffuses out of the red blood cells
  • Red blood cells in the capillaries
  • Carbon dioxide molecules
  • Oxygen molecules
  • A very small percentage of the oxygen molecules dissolve in the plasma within the bloodstream.
  • KEY:
  • The oxygen binds with haemoglobin molecules in red blood cells and forms oxyhaemoglobin  
  • The carbon dioxide diffuses and leaves the alveoli
  • Carbon dioxide molecules move into the blood and bind with the haemoglobin to form carbominohaemoglobin
  • Red blood cells in the capillaries
  • Oxygen molecules
  • Carbon dioxide molecules
  • KEY:
  • Muscle cell
  • High pressure of CO2
  • Low pressure of O2
  • During exercise the muscle cells respire and produce carbon dioxide and lactic acid as waste products
  • Oxygen molecules move out of the RBCs
  • Red blood cells in the capillaries
  • A small percentage of carbon dioxide dissolves in plasma and then combines with H2O to form carbonic acid
  • In the muscles oxygen is stored by myoglobin.
  • Carbon dioxide molecules
  • Oxygen molecules
  • KEY:
  • Muscle cell
  • Oxygen is stored for the mitochondria until it is used for respiration to provide the muscles with glucose
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