Oxygen in the Respiratory System
By Robbie Noto, Matt O'Connor, Tyler Walsh
I entered the body through the nose or mouth.
I traveled past the Pharynx and Larynx and Trachea.
I then entered the lungs. It was a very rough ride!
When I was in the Lungs, I found that they were surrounded by tiny air pockets called Capillaries.
I then entered the bloodstream, and traveled to the heart.
When I entered the heart, I was pumped into cells.
When i (oxygen) was in the heart, I was then pumped to cells, and converted into energy.
How we were made and brought into the human body
As a result of a plant needing food and energy, Carbon Dioxide is put into the chloroplast, and from it we (Oxygen) are created and brought into the atmosphere where animals inhale us.