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    • Respiration
    • Respiration is the process by which food is burntin the cells of the body with the help of oxygen torelease energy. It takes place in the mitochondriaof the cells. Respiration involves the exchange ofgases and oxidation of food in the presence of airto release energy. Inhalation and exhalation of airoccur due to change in air pressure in lungs.Diffusion helps in exchange of gases in lungs andtissues.
    • There are two main types of respiration. They are aerobic and anaerobic respiration.i) Aerobic respiration :- Takes place in the presence of oxygen. It produces more energy. The end products are carbon dioxide, water and energy. It takes place in most organisms. In aerobic respiration glucose is converted into pyruvate in the cytoplasm in the presence of oxygen and then in the presence of oxygen, pyruvate is converted into carbon dioxide, water and energy in the mitochondria.ii) Anaerobic respiration :- takes place in the absence of oxygen. It produces less energy. The end products are lactic acid or ethanol, carbon dioxide, and energy. It takes place in muscle cells and yeast. In anaerobic respiration in muscle cells, glucose is converted into pyruvate and in the absence of oxygen pyruvate is converted into lactic acid and energy. In anaerobic respiration in yeast, glucose is converted into pyruvate and in the absence of oxygen pyruvate is converted into ethanol, carbon dioxide and energy. This process is called fermentation.
    • The main organs of the respiratory system are nostrils, nasalcavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, lungsand diaphragm. Air enter through the nostrils. The hairs andmucous traps the dust particles. It then passes through thepharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi and enters the lungs. Thetrachea has rings of cartilage which prevents it from collapsingwhen there is no air in the trachea. The bronchi divides intosmaller tubes called bronchioles which ends in tiny air sacscalled alveoli. The alveoli is supplied with blood vesselsthrough which exchange of gases takes place. The alveoli helpsto increase the surface area for the exchange of gases.
    • • Breathing is a continuous process that involves both inhalation and exhalation. The process of taking in oxygen- rich air is known as inhalation, while the process of releasing carbon dioxide-rich air into the atmosphere is known as exhalation. During inhalation, the diaphragm moves down and the ribs move upwards and outwards, thereby increasing the space in the chest cavity. This leads to the movement of air inside the lungs.• During exhalation, the diaphragm moves to its former position and the ribs move downwards and inwards, thereby reducing the size of the chest cavity. This leads to the movement of air out of the lungs.