मानव श्वसन तंत्र

    ☆मानव श्वसन तंत्र क्या है?What is Respiratory system ?        मानव श्वसन तंत्र  एक अपचयी  प्रक्रिया है (भोजन को सरल रूप में तोड़ना) और जैव रासायनिक प्रक्रिया भी है। इसे “कार्बन डाइऑक्साइड में पर्यावरणीय ऑक्सीजन का आदान-प्रदान शरीर और बाहरी वातावरण के बीच होता है।”  दूसरे शब्दों में हम गैसों का आदान-प्रदान (अर्थात ऑक्सीजन … Read more

Difference between Breathing and Respiration

☆Difference between Breathing and Respiration Breathing ( ventilation)  1-It is a preliminary step for  respiration and is a physical process . It involves inspiration of fresh air and expiration of foul air.   2-  It does not release any energy. 3- It is  an extra cellular process.   4. It does not involve enzyme action.   5-Breathing mechanism … Read more

Respiratory system diseases and Control

Respiratory system diseases

☆Regulation/ Control of Respiratory system Respiratory system is under dual control : Nervous control and Chemical control.          Regulation of  Respiratory system diagram Regulation of Respiratory system Nervous control :- Normal quiet breathing occurs involuntarily. Humans breath about 12 times a minute , but their infants breathe about 44 times a minute . This … Read more

Respiratory system human | Parts and 5 main Functions

Respiratory system human

☆ What is Respiratory system?

Respiratory system is  a catabolic  process (break down of food into  simple form)  and also biochemical process.It defined as ” Exchange of environmental oxygen into carbon dioxide take place between body and the outside complete environment.”

  • In other words we can say exchange of gases (viz. Oxygen and carbon dioxide) and oxidation of  food. is Respiratory system.


A process in which oxidation of organic compounds occurs in cell and energy is released is called as Respiration.”

Environmental Oxygen–>utilized by the organism———>to break down food ——–>Energy released ( by various activities in cells)———–>Carbon dioxide ( outer environment).

Hence,the process is  complete in the form of equation as :-

Food + Oxygen —> Carbon dioxide+ Water+ Energy

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