gas exchange

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gas exchange

The movement of gases from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration, especially the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between an organism and its environment. In plants, gas exchange takes place during photosynthesis. In animals, gases are exchanged during respiration.
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Gasaustausch
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Over the years, other scientific he turned his attention to other scientific pursuits including energy generation, particle motion and gaseous exchange in plants.
Chlorophyll Content Index (CCI) and Gaseous Exchange Parameters
The editors have organized the selections that make up the main body of the text in parts devoted to deriving heat production from gaseous exchange, the design of climate respiration chambers that are adjustable to the metabolic mass of subjects, and many other related subjects.
In this paper, rice straw mulching was applied on aerobic rice with the objective of assessing its effects on the growth development of aerobic rice, including diurnal leaf gaseous exchange.
Respirable dust approximates to the fraction that penetrates to the gaseous exchange region of the lungs.
5 billion year history, trees have made coal and diamonds for us, helped in the formation of crude oil and natural gas and helped to provide us with fresh air to breath through the wonderful process of gaseous exchange - carbon dioxide and oxygen moving in and out of the leaves as photosynthesis and respiration go about their daily tasks.