The sinoatrial (SA) node of the heart serves as its pacemaker, and receives nerve input from the nervous system in order to initiate the "pumping" activity that controls the circulatory system.
In addition, muscles of blood vessels can expand and contract from signals from the autonomic (sympathetic and parasympathetic) nervous system in order to control blood pressure.
No, they are two different systems but the circulatory system is controlled by the nervous system.
It works with the circulatory system because nutriants , vitamins, and food follow through our blood
it works with the skeletal system ...THE END... thank you...i think :)
No that's the circulatory system
The heart is the pump in the circulatory system.
In circulatory is the u a e i o In the nervous is the brain for magimbu
No, the liver gets blood from the circulatory system, not the nervous system.
The brain is part of the nervous system.
it works like our circulatory system
It works like a circulatory system