Give one reason why the respiratory system needs the circulation system?
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They all tie together- through circulation. The circulatory system moves your blood around your body. Think of it as a highway. The respiratory system takes in oxygen, and needs to output CO2. It uses the highway to deliver the oxygen all around the body, and the highway drops off its extra CO2 in the lungs. The lymphatic system needs to protect your body from invaders. It needs the circulatory system to bring intruders to it…
The respiratory system is dependant on the digestive system due to the fact that in order to produce energy the respiratory system needs glucose (C6H12O6) and the digestive system breaks down that glucose. Without the digestive system digesting glucose, the respiratory system would not be able to turn glucose to energy.
The circulatory system and respiratory system are interlaced. The circulatory system much deliver nutrients to all the parts of the body. Every single part of the body needs oxygen, so the circulatory system takes the oxygen collected by the respiratory system and delivers it to the rest of the body.
Because our respiratory system is part of our breathing and we all breath faster when we do exercise because the oxygen needs to get to the muscles quicker. Exercise also makes you fitter, so you will see an improvement on the respiratory system because your breathing will be more controlable... Therefore exercise defently effects the respiratory system :)
What are the three functions of the blood when the circulatory system is working with the respiratory system?
The circulatory system moves oxygenated blood to the body's tissues and the returns the oxygen depleted blood to back to the lungs to become oxygenated once again. The respiratory system replenishes the air in the lung with air from the environment. If the air in the lung doesn't have oxygen at a high enough partial pressure then the body tissues will die from lack of oxygen. It isn't a question of what systems 'needs' the…
The digestive system absorbs the glucose in the small intestine. Then the glucose is now in the blood stream. The respiratory system needs the glucose to make energy. The circulatory system gets the oxygen pumped into the body. And now there are glucose and oxygen in the bloodstream. Now the respiratory system, the glucose and the oxygen react with each other and there is now energy.
The digestive system requires oxygen, which is brought into the body through the respiratory system. The digestive system also needs nutrients, which along with oxygen are delivered to the digestive tissues by the cardiovascular system. The digestive system absorbs nutrients for the rest of the body and generates wastes such as carbon dioxide; these nutrients and wastes need to be removed from the digestive system by the cardiovascular system, and the respiratory system excretes the…