Where does the circulatory system carry nutrients to?
when your digestive system is doing it's job, its taking the nutrients to the blood cells
so the answer to that is the nutrients going to the blood cells
so the answer to that is the nutrients going to the blood cells
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The circulatory system is an organ system that moves nutrients,gases, and wastes to and from cells to help fight diseases and helpstabilize body temperature and pH to maintain homeostasis. Thissystem may be seen strictly as a blood distribution network, butsome consider the circulatory system as com…posed of thecardiovascular system, which distributes blood, and the lymphaticsystem, which distributes lymph. While humans, as well as othervertebrates, have a closed cardiovascular system (meaning that theblood never leaves the network of arteries, veins and capillaries),some invertebrate groups have an open cardiovascular system. Themost primitive animal phyla lack circulatory system. The lymphaticsystem, on the other hand, is an open system. The main components of the human circulatory system are the heart,the blood, and the blood vessels. The circulatory system includes:the pulmonary circulation, a "loop" through the lungs where bloodis oxygenated; and the systemic circulation, a "loop" through therest of the body to provide oxygenated blood. An average adultcontains five to six quarts (roughly 4.7 to 5.7 litres) of blood,which consists of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, andplatelets. Also, the digestive system works with the circulatorysystem to provide the nutrients the system needs to keep the heartpumping. Two types of fluids move through the circulatory system: blood andlymph. The blood, heart, and blood vessels form the cardiovascularsystem. The lymph, lymph nodes, and lymph vessels form thelymphatic system. The cardiovascular system and the lymphaticsystem collectively make up the circulatory system. chees its part your body blood vessels The circulatorysystem is an organ system that passes nutrients (such as aminoacids and electrolytes), gases, hormones, blood cells, etc. to andfrom cells in the body to help fight diseases and help stabilizebody temperature and pH to maintain homeostasis. This system may beseen strictly as a blood distribution network, but some considerthe circulatory system as composed of the cardiovascularsystem , which distributes blood, and the lymphaticsystem , which distributes lymph. The circulatory system comprises of the heart, the lungs and theblood vessels. The main objective of the circulatory system istransporting oxygenated (rich saturation of oxygen) blood aroundthe body. The de-oxygenated blood enters through the vena cava andinto the right atrium of the heart. It then goes to the rightventricle, directly below the atrium. The next destination is thelung through the pulmonary vein, where diffusion occurs in thealveoli. Carbon Dioxide and wastes are transferred for oxygen. Theblood then travels to the left atrium by the pulmonary artery andthen to the left ventricle. The blood leaves the heart by the aortato the other parts of the body. The circulatory system is the organ system that carries substancesaround our body. The circulatory system comprises of the heart, the lungs and theblood vessels. The main objective of the circulatory system istransporting oxygenated (rich saturation of oxygen) blood aroundthe body. The de-oxygenated blood enters through the vena cava andinto the right atrium of the heart. It then goes to the rightventricle, directly below the atrium. The next destination is thelung through the pulmonary vein, where diffusion occurs in thealveoli. Carbon Dioxide and wastes are transferred for oxygen. Theblood then travels to the left atrium by the pulmonary artery andthen to the left ventricle. The blood leaves the heart by the aortato the other parts of the body.. (MORE)
Products of carbohydrate digestion (simple sugars) and products of protein digestion (amino acids) move through brush border cells, diffuse through the interstitial fluids inside the villus, then enter a capillary. Products of fat digestion (triglycerides) also cross the brush border cell and inters…titial fluid, but they enter lymph vessels, which eventually carry them to the blood. (MORE)
The bodily system consisting of the heart, blood vessels, and blood that circulates blood throughout the body, delivers nutrients and other essential materials to cells, and removes waste products. Also called cardiovascular system. Circulatory system is the transportation system, made-up of Heart, …Arteries, and veins. (MORE)
The circulatory system is very imortant. It cleans your blood, and feeds your body with nutrients you need. Your whole body is full of blood, so it all needs it. With out this system, you would die!
the endocrine system can be an example, when there is excess glucose in the blood the endocrine system releases hormones such as insulin to decrease the glucose in the body.The respiratory is also another example, when you breathe in oxygen and out carbon
The circulatory system plays a key role in enabling cells to carryout respiration. It does this by circulating oxygenated blood whichwill deliver oxygen to the cells.
When your food is being digested and it is in your small intestines and the villi sucks up the nutrients it gives the nutrients to blood vessels which take it to your cells. Small intestines and villi are parts of digestive system. Blood vessels and cells are part of circulatory system.
No. The circulatory system is not connected to the outside of thebody. The excretory system carries waste out of the body
Yes, the circulatory system carrys waste out of the body. -Jordan Kitchel Pawhuska,OK 918-440-7525 If you think the answer is wrong please contact me! -THANKS!
The circulatory system is made up of the vessels and the muscles that help and control the flow of the blood around the body. This process is called circulation. The main parts of the system are the heart, arteries, capillaries and veins.. As blood begins to circulate, it leaves the heart from the …left ventricle and goes into the aorta. The aorta is the largest artery in the body. The blood leaving the aorta is full of oxygen. This is important for the cells in the brain and the body to do their work. The oxygen rich blood travels throughout the body in its system of arteries into the smallest arterioles.. On its way back to the heart, the blood travels through a system of veins. As it reaches the lungs, the carbon dioxide (a waste product) is removed from the blood and replace with fresh oxygen that we have inhaled through the lungs. (MORE)
Fats. Fat molecules are a rich source of energy for the body. The first step in digestion of a fat such as butter is to dissolve it into the watery content of the intestinal cavity. The bile acids produced by the liver act as natural detergents to dissolve fat in water and allow the enzymes to brea…k the large fat molecules into smaller molecules, some of which are fatty acids and cholesterol . The bile acids combine with the fatty acids and cholesterol and help these molecules to move into the cells of the mucosa. In these cells the small molecules are formed back into large molecules, most of which pass into vessels (called lymphatics) near the intestine. These small vessels carry the reformed fat to the veins of the chest, and the blood carries the fat to storage depots in different parts of the body. (MORE)
The circulatory system is like a train, bringing different things to different places. The circulatory system transports and distributes nutrients through arteries and veins.
delivers oxygen and nutrients to your cells and takes away carbon dioxide and waste from your cells
The circulatory system and the respiratory system are what carries oxegen and nutrients to the bodys systems
yes. it takes the nutrients the body needs to all parts andextracts the waste products from it and deposits them where theyneed to go.
The circulatory system transports nutrients, gases, liquids, andheat around the body. It also circulates and carries these aroundthe body.
The circulatory system carries waste products (blood urea nitrogen) to the kidney for excretion by the urinary system.
Immediately after absorption what circulatory system carries the fat-soluble vitamins and large fats?
Fat molecules are a rich source of energy for the body. The first step in digestion of a fat such as butter is to dissolve it into the watery content of the intestinal cavity. The bile acids produced by the liver act as natural detergents to dissolve fat in water and allow the enzymes to break the l…arge fat molecules into smaller molecules, some of which are fatty acids and cholesterol . The bile acids combine with the fatty acids and cholesterol and help these molecules to move into the cells of the mucosa. In these cells the small molecules are formed back into large molecules, most of which pass into vessels (called lymphatics) near the intestine. These small vessels carry the reformed fat to the veins of the chest, and the blood carries the fat to storage depots in different parts of the body. (MORE)
The blood, or if you want to be more specific the red blood cells, or to be even more specific the hemoglobin molecules in the red blood cells, carries oxygen to the other cells of the body.
The circulatory system relies on the organs such as the heart, veins, and arteries. Within the veins and arteries are blood, which contains haemogoblin. This contains oxygen and iron which is transported to different body parts and distributed there. Arteries (except pulmonary) carry pure or oxygena…ted blood. Veins carry impure (except pulmonary) or deoxygenated blood. The blood vessels (arteries veins capillaries) are very important, because without them, the blood wouldn't be transported eveywhere. The center of all of this is the heart, which pumps the blood. (MORE)
The circulatory system is composed of the heart and the body's blood vessels, ... In cardiomyopathy , the heart muscle becomes thick and will not relax
The first destination of blood after it leaves the heart is to the lungs, while the respiratory system brings oxygen molecules into the body and to the lungs. The oxygen molecules travel through many bronchioles until it stops at the alveoli. This is where gas exchange happens in that the blood surr…enders carbon dioxide and accepts oxygen. The alveoli are surrounded by capillaries. The blood running through the capillaries is oxygen-poor. So the oxygen diffuses from high concentration to low concentration through the capillary wall into the blood. Now that the oxygen is in the blood, the blood flows back to the heart and is pumped to the rest of the body. When the blood reaches more capillaries in organs and tissues, the oxygen diffuses through the capillary wall into those organs and tissues. The blood is now oxgen-poor and the cycle starts over again. Footnote; (A compromised heart function such as fibrillation results in lowered output from the heart and of course lower circulation through the lungs, resulting in breathlessness.) (MORE)
the circulatory system is the heart, it keeps you alive and keeps your blood pumping!
Products of carbohydrate digestion and protien digestion move through brush border cells, diffuse through the interstitial fluid inside the villus, then enter a capillary. Products of fat digestion also cross the brush border cell and interstitial fluid, but they enter lymph vessels which eventually… carry them to the blood. (MORE)
Arteries are some of the vessels that the blood travels through. They are part of the circulatory system, but they don't travel. Some of the things carried around the body in the circulatory system are red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and immunoglobulins.
arteries, they carry oxygenated blood from the lungs out to the body, then upon return the deoxygenated blood travels back up to the lungs by way of veins.
lots of benefits - pumps body - circulates blood - heart conditions - strong system
Most nutrients are just dissolved in the plasma of the blood. They are transported to the cells when the heart pumps the blood through arteries, arterioles and capillaries. Nutrients diffuse through the walls of capillaries and enter cells.
From the capillary bed, deoxygenated blood travels to the meta-venuoles to the venuoles to the veins, mostly by skeletal muscles acting as secondary pumps and valves preventing backflow. Deoxygenated blood enters the right side of the heart via the vena cava, into the right atria, right ventricle, a…nd then to the lungs through the pulmonary arteries. (MORE)
Respiratory gases (Oxygen, carbon dioxide) . Nutrients . Proteins, regulatory substances (Hormones, enzymes, electrolytes) . Leucocytes/white blood cells . Platelets/thrombocytes . Water . Waste products
The blood carries nutrients from the small intestine to all over the body. The villi in the small intestine allow nutrients to pass through the intestinal wall to the blood vessels. Then the blood carries the nutrients away.
Well, the digestive system is responsible for the intake of nutrients, but it's the circulatory system that is responsible for, well, circulating the nutrients to the cells.
Cardiovascular system is the circulatory system. Cardiovascular is the heart and blood arteries, capillaries and veins.
How do the circulatory and digestive systems interact as nutrients are processed by the digestive system and passed into the bloodstream and transported in and out of the cell?
The respiratory system brings the oxygen in and out of the body which the circulatory system takes the oxygen through.
The circulatory system is the system in the body that isresponsible for the transportation of materials throughout thebody. Red blood cells move through the circulatory system deliveroxygen and water to the cells in the body and takes away wasteproducts.
In the ilium, which is part of the small intestine. They get absorbed into blood capillaries that are present in villi (infoldings that line the small intestine)
Does the circulatory system moves the nutrients absorbed by the digestive system to the cells in your body?
Yes , nutrients absorbed by the digestive system are transported around the body by the blood of the circulatory (or cardiovascular) system.
\n \nThe blood absorbs oxygen from the lungs and other nutrients from the digestive system \n \n\n
How does the structure of the circulatory system enable it to perform its function of transporting oxygen and nutrients to body tissues and take away their waste?
Each part of the circulatory system has its own function. The heart, through its rhythmic beating, enables blood to circulate throughout the body, bringing oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and collecting their waste. Blood travels through different vessels in entering and leaving the heart.
Nutrients do not move along the circulatory system only but they are carried to each cell via extra cellular and extra vascular fluid.( Called interstitial fluid. )
The circulatory system is located everywhere in your body, including veins, arteries, capillaries, and the heart.
Allows for oxygen to be transported to the cells in your body, and transport the body's waste products out of the body.
Which body part transports oxygen removes waste materials and carries nutrients to the body as part of the circulatory system?
The circulatory system does all this but the blood and plasma are the "part" that you are talking about. The hemoglobin carries the oxygen and some of the waste gas called carbon dioxide but the plasma carries the rest. The plasma is the liquid part of the blood.
The circulatory system works with the digestive system and respiratory system to bring nutrients to all body cells.
With out the help from your skeletal system, your circulatory system is helpless. You have cardiac out put of five litres per minute only. It can not be increased to 25 litres per minute, with out help from the skeletal system. The cardiac out put increases to 25 litres per minute, after even the 10…0 meter run up, in say 15 seconds. This may take your heart rate to 180, or at least 160 per minute. You do this much exercise daily. This will prevent the heart attack to unlimited period of your life. (MORE)
The circulatory system, also known as the cardiovascular system,distributes blood and oxygen throughout the body.
The part of the circulatory system that carries either oxygen or carbon dioxide is blood.
Sorry, Typo. The real question is how does the Nervous Systeminteract with the Circulatory system?
Yes that is right. The circulatory system circulates blood and transports nutrients(such as amino acids and electrolytes), oxygen, carbon dioxide,hormones, to and from the cells in the body.
What body systems main function is to carry oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and remove waste from them?
The blood or the circulatory system carries oxygen and nutrients tothe tissues and removes waste from them