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Answered 2008-05-06 00:51:57

the heart pumps all of the blood including

plasma (like water)

lymph (immune system)

white blood cells (fight invading cells)

and red blood cells (carry oxygen)

the red blood cells travel through the

veins (to the heart)

arteries (from the heart)

capillaries (distribute oxygen to cells)

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