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28 February, 19:19

What substance is removed from the air by living things for respiration?

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  1. 28 February, 20:46
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    If i'm correct it is carbon dioxide. If i'm not correct sorry!
  2. 28 February, 21:18
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    Carbon dioxide

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    Living objects breathe because they need to obtain oxygen to carry out cellular respiration to stay alive, just like plants need to respire to stay alive. Then byproducts such as carbon dioxide and water are released and removed from the living objects through breathing, just like plants do when they respire.
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