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As well as bringing into the body more quickly, this speeds up the process of getting rid of carbon dioxide. Your or, more specifically, the nucleus in the brainstem sends out instructions to your body to increase the rate of respiration. This causes the excess carbon dioxide to be more quickly removed from the blood through the.
Once normal levels are reached, your breathing returns to normal. Structure of a molecule of the carbohydrate glucose: the black balls represent carbon, the red balls oxygen and the white balls. Structure of a molecule of the carbohydrate glucose: the black balls represent carbon, the red balls oxygen and the white balls hydrogen. is not the same as breathing (which is the mechanical action of getting air in and out of the lungs and is more correctly called ventilation).
Respiration is the name for the chemical process that goes on all the time in your body to keep you functioning. During respiration, energy is released from glucose, a type of carbohydrate obtained through the of food. In what is known as, the blood delivers oxygen and glucose to the cells. The cells use this fuel to produce. The waste products, carbon dioxide and water, are taken away by the.