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anonymous
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what ur qusetion?
anonymous
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-once the __________________ blood enters the _______ side of the heart, it is pumped out to the rest of the body. -as the blood circulates, body cells absorb much of the _______________ from the blood and dump off their CO2 (from cell respiration). Once the blood has given off all its oxygen to the body, it returns to the _________ side of the heart to start again with the pulmonary circulation.
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shreehari499
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Hey there! @XXPunkWretchXX ! So once the blood rich in oxygen ( or oxygenated/oxygen rich) enters in to the Left side of the heart, it will be circulated throughout the body...So now the blood is rich in oxygen...this get absorbed maximally in the body and CO2 is dumped off...this process continues and the deoxygenated blood returns back to the right side of the heart...Using this help fill it out :)
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