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oxygen carried by the blood in capillaries normally enters the body cells by what process?

oxygen carried by the blood in capillaries normally enters the body cells by what process? oxygen carried by the blood in capillaries normally enters the body cells by what process?
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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osmosis (it's absorbed through the cell walls when the cells enter the lungs.)
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