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Respiration

SCIENCE 2ND YEAR

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What is respiration? It is the release of energy from food.
Food+oxygen=? Energy+Carbon dioxide+water.
Where does respiration happen? In the cells of the body.
What is the larynx? It makes sound for the voice.
What are red blood cells? -They give blood its red colour. -They contain haemoglobin which carries oxygen. -They are disc shaped and thicker at the edges.
What are white blood cells? -They have no definite shape. -They protect the body against disease(produce antibodies). -They have a nucleus.
What are platelets? -They are fragments of cells. -They help the blood to clot.
What is plasma made up of? It is made up of 95% water?
What does plasma do? It dissolves substances like glucose, hormones, amino acids and carbon dioxide.
Created by: rachelfurey