How are kidneys closely related to the circulatory system?
The circulatory system carries blood to the kidneys to be
filtered. It is not possible for the kidneys to work without the
All the systems in the body depends on the circulatory system, so all of them are closely related.
The kidney is a part of the Urinary System. It is not part of the Circulatory System
The nervous system is closely related to the muscular system. The other would most likely be the circulatory system.
The circulatory system.
The vascular system is that system in plant which is closely related to the human circulatory system which have xylem in the place of Artery & phloem in the place of vein.
They're both the circulatory system.
The kidneys connect the urinary system to the circulatory system. The circulatory system brings blood to the kidneys, which remove nitrogenous wastes and rebalance the blood's salt and water content. The kidneys then transport these wastes to the urinary bladder via the ureters.
The blood from the circulatory system goes into the kidneys from the renal vein and then into the kidneys and then the nephrons which filter the blood of all the bad stuff like urine and urea.
An analogy that is loosely related to the circulatory system is the vascular system of a plant.
Substances removed from the body by the excretory system are carried to the kidneys by which system of the body?
The circulatory system carries your dirty blood to the kidneys which filter it. This waste and excess water are then moved from the kidneys to the bladder.
Works very closely with the respiratory system and renal system.
It will not work because if the heart, which is part of the circulatory system, has an infection the kidneys cannot work properly.
The Respiratory system is very closely linked with the circulatory system.
Actually, you are incorrect. The kidneys are apart of the circulatory system.. I learned this last year and memorize everything! <3
An organ system. An organ system is a group of organs that have related functions. An example would be the circulatory system. It is made up of the heart, arteries, capillaries and veins.
Organs of the circulatory system are the heart, blood, and blood vessels (arteries and veins). The circulatory system interacts with other systems, such as the lungs (respiratory system), liver (digestive system), and kidneys (digestive system).
Your kidneys do that for you. Just drink enough fluids, to allow your kidneys to work efficiently.
The urinary system is composed by the kidneys, bladder, ureters and urethra. The main organ of the urinary system is the kidney that has the function of filtering the blood. The waste is sent to the bladder and then eliminated through ureter. The relation between the urinary and circulatory system is vital to the maintenance of life in mammals.
Our kidneys are the primary site of osmosis in our bodies. Under direction of the hypothalamus in the brain, the kidneys expel water and salt as necessary to maintain the optimal levels for the cells in our body to function.in short kidneys are the part of circulatory system where osmosis occur.
All organs are fed by the circulatory system. Examples include the skin, stomach, uterus, brain, kidneys, and spleen.
The main function of the circulatory system is to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the cells and remove cellular wastes to be eliminated through the kidneys.
Nothing Incorrect. The endocrine system is closely related to the nervous system.
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The respiratory and circulatory system connect in the lungs. At the alveoli, the air sacs are wrapped closely by capillaries to facilitate gas exchange.
The kidneys filter the blood witch get rid of bad stuff in the blood so the circulatory system wont pump bad blood though out your body if you didnt have kidneys you would be dead in less then 10 minutes. and i know nothing about the livr sorry about that =/
the answer is YES.
Circulatory system is different. We have a closed circulatory system; they have an open circulatory system where the blood just flows freely everywhere.
In the course of using food for energy, various waste products are produced, and your kidneys perform this essential task. The precursor of kidneys (nephridia) appear in primitive animals even before blood supply, brain, or heart. So your circulatory system has kidneys, heart, lungs and liver as its principal organs.
Although I fear I may be helping you cheat on a test: the circulatory system is related to the skeletal system because most of the bodies blood cells ( which the circulatory system circulates ) are produced by bone marrow ( contain in the skeletal system)
its related because it is a body system
Yes, it often is as the two are closely connected.
About 20% of the blood per day is filtered through the kidneys. The kidneys send a hormone to the bone marrow in the leg when RBC's are low that tells the marrow to crank up the number of red blood cells in the circulatory system.
Which of the following body systems work with the circulatory system takes in oxygen carbon dioxide?
The respiratory system takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. It works closely with the circulatory system.
Snakes and worms are not closely related. Worms are fairly primitive invertebrates, while snakes are vertebrates with backbones and ribs, a brain, and well-developed circulatory system, among other things. Physically, they are more closely related to birds than to worms.
The respiratory system provides oxygen and the digestive system provides nutrient for the blood in the circulatory system.
heart, all the arteries and veins, the kidneys, the liver.
It transports wastes to organs that can eliminate them, such as the liver, lungs, kidneys, skin, digestive system.
respiratory and circulatory system are related in such a way that the deoxygenated blood from heart is passed to lungs for oxygenation and after this oxygenated blood is pumped back to heart.
The respiratory and circulatory systems work closely to give your tissues oxygen. The respiratory system takes oxygen into the body, and the circulatory system delivers the oxygen to all body tissues.
No. The urinary system removes liquid wastes from the body using the kidneys. The circulatory system pumps blood around the body delivering oxygen and nutrients and removing carbon dioxide.
The reproductive system works closely with the endocrine, nervous, and integumentary systems. The circulatory system is also important. The male reproductive system is closely tied with the urinary system as well.
Blood pressure is the pressure of the blood in the circulatory system, often measured for diagnosis since it is closely related to the force and rate of the heartbeat and the diameter and elasticity of the arterial walls.
Urea is produced by the liver and released into the blood, which transports it to the kidneys to be filtered.
transport to the kidneys which send them to the cells in the body
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The circulatory system brings blood through the kidneys where nitrogenous wastes can be filtered. The urinary system helps the circulatory system by maintaining salt balance in the body and adjusting blood pressure by getting rid of or holding on to more water.
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the heart is related to the circulatory system because the circulatory and the heart sirculate blood through the veins and the whole entire body
the circulatory system provides blood to be cleaned
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