O2 can bind with haemoglobin in a reversible manner to form oxyhaemoglobin.
What is meaning of reversible manner?

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Oxygen binds with haemoglobin to form oxyhaemoglobin at lungs. 
The reversible manner means that oxyhaemoglobin thus formed can break down at tissues to relaese haemoglobin and oxygen back.


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An alternative defination of a process that , after it has taken place , can be reversed and , when reversed, returns the system and its surroundings to their initial states . In thermodynamic terms , a process ''taking place"would refer to its transition from one state to another .
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