During respiratory exchange, carbon dioxide moves from the blood into the


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During respiratory exchange, carbon dioxide moves from the blood into the  alveoli due to:

a.potassium cotransport.

b. the air pressure of dissolved oxygen , which forces it out

c.diffusion down a concentration gradient

d. the contraction of the diaphragm, which creates a vacuum that pulls it out.

e.the presence of a perm ease, which removes carbon dioxide from the capillaries

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c.diffusion down a concentration gradient

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