What chemical changes CO2 in the human body?
Asked by jafar, 11 Oct '13 04:45 pm
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It is the regulator of PH levels of the blood.Answered by rk, 11 Oct '13 04:50 pm
It cause respiration damageAnswered by ABHINAYA, 11 Oct '13 04:48 pm
Thums Up damages liver.Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 11 Oct '13 04:47 pm
CO2 is a byproduct of normal cell function. It is removed from the body via the lungs in the exhaled air.Answered by RANGBARSE, 11 Oct '13 04:47 pm
Carbon dioxide is the waste product of the respiritory system, and of several other chemical reactions in the body, such as the creation of ATP. Pure carbon cannot be transported in the body, so CO2 is one form it takes that is water soluble. Levels of CO2 also tell the body when it needs more oxygen.Answered by Stone Heart, 11 Oct '13 04:46 pm