During cellular respiration, what happens to the carbon dioxide?
A. It leaves the alveoli and is exhaled from the lungs
B. It leaves the bloodstream and enters the alveoli
C. It leaves the cells and enters the bloodstream
D. It leaves the alveoli and enters the bloodstream
Select your answer:
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