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What is circulatory system?

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Samantha Stewart

Samantha Stewart

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Samantha Stewart
Samantha Stewart, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi

Answered Feb 18, 2021

The correct answer is "Circulatory system transports materials for energy release in body cells." The circulatory system of the body allows the cells to get the oxygen and nutrients needed for most of their cellular activities. The heart is an important part (organ) of the circulatory system.

For instance, the heart pumps both deoxygenated and oxygenated blood for different purposes. When the heart pumps oxygenated blood, every cell in the body gets the right amount of oxygen they need for their operations. Also, the circulatory system helps deliver nutrients from the small intestine to every cell. It is important to note that the medium of transport of oxygen and nutrients is through the blood.

That shows that the blood is also an important part of the circulatory system. However, the body cells can get these nutrients and oxygenated blood if there were no blood vessels. Another important function of the circulatory system is that it helps remove wastes.

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C. Bernthal

C. Bernthal

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C. Bernthal, Teacher, MA, P.hD, Seattle

Answered Feb 18, 2021

The circulatory system is the body system that has been correctly paired with its function. The circulatory system is made up of different blood vessels that will carry the blood away from the heart. This will also carry the blood going to the heart. The arteries will be in charge of carrying the blood away from the heart and the veins.

There are different things that are carried by the circulatory system, such as oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and so much more. This will also be in charge of removing different wastes products so that they will be removed from the body. An example of a waste product that is being removed is carbon dioxide.

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Robert Hazlewood

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Robert Hazlewood, Senior Executive, MBA, Louisville

Answered Feb 16, 2021

Circulatory is the system that is correctly paired with its functions. The circulatory system is found all over the body. It is found in the system through the blood vessels. The purpose of the system is to transport the blood and circulate it throughout the body. The system also transports oxygen and nutrients. .

The circulatory system is home to many important organs, including the lungs, heart, and blood vessels. The circulatory system also goes by other names, including the cardiovascular system and the vascular system. The two main aspects of the circulatory system are the pulmonary circulation and the systemic circulation.

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E. Barnes

E. Barnes

E. Barnes
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Answered Feb 12, 2021

The correct answer to this question is Circulatory. This system is very long. It stretches out to 66,000 miles. This is more than the circumference of the Earth, by more than two and a half times. The system is home to the blood, the heart, and the blood vessels.

This system is important to fight diseases and to maintain homeostasis, which is a proper PH balance and proper temperature. The circulatory system is very important because it is responsible for transporting blood, hormones, nutrients, and gasses throughout the cells of the body. Both humans and animals have the circulatory system

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J. Shatner

J. Shatner

J. Shatner
J. Shatner, Content writer, Boston

Answered Feb 12, 2021

The circulatory system is an organism that allows blood to be distributed and convey nutrients, carbon dioxide, oxygen, hormones, and blood cells to and from the cells in the body to offer nourishment and assist in fighting illnesses, stabilize temperature and pH, and preserve homeostasis.

It carries nutrients, respiratory gases, and metabolic items throughout a living organism, permitting assimilation among the various tissues. The circulation process includes the consumption of metabolic materials, the delivery of these materials throughout the organism, and the return of harmful by-products to the environment.

All living organisms take in molecules from their environments to support their matter's metabolism and release the products back into the environment.

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ccosta

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Ccosta

Answered Sep 10, 2018

Circulatory—transports materials for energy release in body cells

Blood moves nutrients and hormones and stuff all through your body!*##**##*
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