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Respiration – (2 Body Paragraphs)

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Students will write only two body paragraph. Each paragraph will include a topic and concluding sentence, transitional phrases, and a sequence of events of the respiration.

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  1.     Did you know the air that you breath takes a journey through your body? First of all, there is your diaphragm. Your diaphragm works to push and pull air in and out of your body. When your diaphragm pulls air, you inhale and when your diaphragm pushes the air, you exhale. Then there your lungs. Oxygen passes through your lungs into your blood. The blood drops carbon dioxide, a waste gas, into your lungs. Also, is the trachea. The trachea is the second tube in your throat. The trachea leads to smaller and smaller tubes ending with bronchi. Bronchi leads to alveoli. Alveoli is surrounded by capillaries. A capillari is a tiny blood vessel. Carbon dioxide is exhaled. Now you know what happens to air in your body.

    • Breathing is a complicated process. Your blood cells sucks up oxygen and sugar.

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  2. Breathing is a complicated process. Your blood cells sucks up oxygen and sugar. Your blood cells suck up oxygen and sugar. The oxygen and sugar move into mitochondria. The air is used to break the sugar down. Then your body releases the energy from the sugar. The blood cells move carbon dioxide out of your lungs. These are the things that happen when you breath.

  3.     Did you know that respiration has to do with cells First off is the oxygen in the blood. By this the oxygen will get picked up by the R.B.C or red blood cells. After that, while the blood is flowing through the capillary, the sugar and oxygen transfers to the body cells. Then the oxygen will soon be used to break down the sugar and lets out energy, carbon dioxide, and water that is formed. Finally, the R.B.C carries the co2 back to the lungs. Ending with respiration and cells, they are also major events.

  4.      Did you know the respiration system as a lot of steps

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  5. There are a few steps to your respriration sytem. First the oxgen is picked up by red blood cells.blood is also carring sugar from digested food. when blood flows through a capillary, sugar and oxgen move into body cells. in a body cell, they go to the mitochondrion. here respriton takes place . the oxgen is used to break down the sugar and relase energy.

  6.     The process of respiration is when oxygen is going into your body and doing what it will do. First of all, we have a muscle called the diaphragm. Next, when the diaphragm pulls down, you inhale. Then, air enters your mouth or nose to fill your lungs. In the lungs, oxygen passes into the blood. The blood drops off carbon dioxide into your lungs. When the diaphragm moves back up, you exhale and the carbon dioxide is pushed out of your body. Then, air moves through the trachea, a thick tube that leads into smaller and smaller tubes, ending with the bronchi. The bronchi lead to air sacs called alveoli. Then, in the alveoli, oxygen from the air goes into the blood in the capillaries. Finally, Carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli. Carbon dioxide is exhaled. Oxygen going into your body and doing what it is supposed to do is the process of respiration.

  7. Every time you breathe oxygen and carbon dioxide goes back and forth. When you breathe, oxygen goes to the blood. Oxygen get the red blood cells and that carry sugar from digested food. The blood goes to the capillary, sugar and oxygen goes to the body cells. The body cells goes to the mitochondria and the respiration and takes place. The oxygen break down sugar and release energy. The waste is carbon dioxide and water

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  8. Every time you breathe oxygen and carbon dioxide goes back and forth. When you breathe, oxygen goes to the blood. Oxygen get the red blood cells and that carry sugar from digested food. The blood goes to the capillary, sugar and oxygen goes to the body cells. The body cells goes to the mitochondria and the respiration and takes place. The oxygen break down sugar and release energy. The waste is carbon dioxide, water and the blood cells and that take it to your lungs. This is how your lungs work when you breathe in and out.
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  9.     This process of the oxygen is about air going into your body and taking a trip though your body to help us breath. First of all, oxygen is picked up by red blood cells. Next, blood is also carrying sugar from digested food. Then blood flows though capillary, sugar and oxygen moves though body cells. Then, in a body cell they go into the mitochondria. Here respiration takes place. Then the oxygen used to break down the sugar and release energy. Then two wastes are produced, carbon dioxide and water. Finally, blood cells carry carbon dioxide back to the lungs, where it’s exhaled. Oxygen is going into our body and helping us breath so we can live.

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