It takes in Oxygen and releases Carbon Dioxide into the environment.
The answer is in the question BOTH are the respiratory system.
how does the respiratory system work
Actually the circulatory system and respiratory system and digestive system work together by the circulatory system takes oxygen. For example air goes into your heart but first goes to your alveoli and then the blood cells take it to the heart. There the heart does its job and pumps everywhere. the stomach and respiratory are working to with the air.
The Respiratory system is very closely linked with the circulatory system.
cardiovascular system and respiratory system
Cardiovascular system .
If the respiratory system is not working, nothing is working.
respiratory and circulatory system
the circulatory and respiratory system. the circulatory and respiratory system.
The Digestive SystemThe Skeletal SystemThe Circulatory SystemThe Muscular SystemAnd The Respiratory System.
the endocrine system works with the respiratory system by making changes to your body for example when the parts in your respiratory system grow that is the growth hormones from your endocrine system working with your respiratory system.
the respiratory system
Respiratory system of all lizards is alike .
your cardiovascular system pumps the blood to your respiratory system to allow it to freely move. when you are running your brain tells the respiratory system to work harder and your respiratory send a signal to the brain to increase blood flow which is then sent to the cardiovascular system.
Respiratory system works with digestive system ,circulatory system ,excretory system (indirectly through circulatory system...
I think the respiratory system works with all of the body systems we have.
The respiratory system
The function or job of the Respiratory System is to provide oxygen to our blood. To simplify, it is alsocommonly known as breathing or to breathe.
The Respiratory System
Oxygenation of blood
Respiratory system has oxygen. Cardiovascular system needs oxygen to work. Both has oxygen.