Topic: Food Energy and Respiration Subtopic: Respiration
What is concentration of components in deoxygenated blood?
Answer: When the blood reaches the cells, oxygen and glucose diffuses into the cells and carbon dioxide and water are diffused into the blood. This means that when blood reaches the heart from the cells, it contains a greater amount of carbon dioxide and water and less amount of glucose and oxygen.
- How does rate of transpiration vary?
- What is filament an why is it useful?
- From where does roots take up oxygen?
- What is active transport?
- What is an artificial pacemaker?
- What is sequence of transport of food?