How do respiratory gases move in and out of the cell

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asked Jun 15 in Biology by Kavan (15 points)

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answered Jun 16 by ashu Premium (914 points)
Respiratory gases move in and out of the cell by the process of diffusion.

Water, carbon dioxide, and oxygen are among the few simple molecules that can cross the cell membrane by diffusion or a type of diffusion known as osmosis.

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