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Components of any Circulatory System

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    Stephen I.
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    Stephen I.

    i love these course

    Collette M.
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    Collette M.

    The components of the circulatory system include vehicle, conduits, and motive forces.

    Toni B.
    AE
    Toni B.

    the circulatory system describes both the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. Both systems work closely together to move fluids around your body and protects it from diseases. your moving blood helps to keep all parts of your body warm.

    Basma M.
    EG
    Basma M.

    Components of circulatory system ......blood,vessele and heart

    Maria Paula S.
    US
    Maria Paula S.

    The important components of the circulatory system are vehicle, conduits and motive forces

    Eman M.
    US
    Eman M.

    Cardiovascular system include: Heart, arteries, veins, and blood capillaries. Blood is the main componant

    Eman M.
    US
    Eman M.

    The human cardiovascular system is made up of the heart, blood vessels and blood supply.

    Brian W.
    GB
    Brian W.

    All circulatory systems have the same component's and they are, The vehicle, the conduits, and the motive force. The vehicle is the fluid which circulates the body with materials dissolved or suspended within it, examples of the fluid are blood , lymph. and cerebrospinal fluid. The conduits are like pipes that transport the fluid around the body, examples are lymph and blood vessels. The heart is the motive force, making the vehicle flow around the body. There are several types of circulatory system in the human body, they include, The cardiovascular system, The lymphatic system, the cerebrospinal system, also included are the aqueous humour of the bulbus oculi, the eye ball, and the endolymph and the perilymph, that are fluids in the inner ear.

    Brian W.
    GB
    Brian W.

    Is saliva part of a system?

    Brian W.
    GB
    Brian W.

    The vehicle is a fluid medium, the materials being carried are dissolved or suspended in this fluid examples of the fluid are blood, Lymph or Cerebrospinal fluid. Conduits are like pipes they contain the fluids in which materials are transported to and from venous parts of the body , the blood vassals and lymph vassals are examples. The motive forces act on the vehicle to make it through the conduits, in the cardiovascular system the force is provided by the heart.

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