release carbon dioxide

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  • Forests release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when cut down or burnt.
  • Human activity releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from burning oil, coal and natural gas.
  • They contribute to the organic fraction of soil, and their growth releases carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere.
  • However, volcanic eruptions also release carbon dioxide, which plants can convert to oxygen.
  • The burning of carbon based fossil fuels such as coal and oil, releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
  • The heat of a fire will cause huntite to decompose releasing carbon dioxide into the flames.
  • Heat causes sodium bicarbonate to act as a raising agent by releasing carbon dioxide when used in baking.
  • While these fires release carbon dioxide, they improve the quality of the grasslands overall, in turn increasing the amount of carbon retained in the humic material.
  • During the decomposition process the microbial community is respiring, taking up oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide.
  • Earth is still used as a building material and appears environmentally more acceptable for low cost housing, as cement is known to release carbon dioxide during the process of its manufacture.
  • Burning fossil fuels in particular releases carbon dioxide, a powerful greenhouse gas which is the main cause of man-made global warming.
  • The cell produces energy by combining carbon and oxygen, which releases carbon dioxide as a by-product.
  • Their principal function is to transport oxygen from the atmosphere into the bloodstream, and to release carbon dioxide from the bloodstream into the atmosphere.
  • Incinerating non-biodegradable plastics will release carbon dioxide as well.
  • Like primary alcoholic fermentation, this phenomenon would release carbon dioxide gas and seem to have a profound change on the wine that was not always welcomed.
  • The stored energy can be recovered by burning the methanol in a combustion engine, releasing carbon dioxide, water, and heat.
  • The nose is a part of the respiratory system that inhales oxygen and releases carbon dioxide.
  • Approximately directly below the lake resides a pool of magma, which releases carbon dioxide and other gases; the gases then travel upward through the earth.
  • On land, you see recycling by following the oxygen flow: Green plants use carbon dioxide and release oxygen; animals use this oxygen and release carbon dioxide.
  • In a first order circulatory circuit, blood is pumped to the lungs, thus acquiring oxygen while simultaneously releasing carbon dioxide.
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