Question
Thu June 05, 2008 By: Ankt Madan

how does blood differ in its components when it entes and leaves lungs.

Expert Reply
Fri June 06, 2008

The deoxygenated blood containing carbon dioxide is brought to the lungs from the rest of the body. Here exchange of gases takes place and carbon dioxide is released to the outside. The blood which leaves lungs is rich in oxygen.

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