These 2 systems are not related. They do not interact with each other.
the digestive system is obliviously for breaking and digesting food whereas the respiratory system is for breathing
the relationship between the skeletal system and the digestive system is....ambot lang wala ko kavalo
Diaphragm seperates the respiratory system and the digestive system.
The digestive system provides im important nutrients to the respiratory system
Pharynx is the region shared by both the digestive and the respiratory system.
Good respiratory system imoroves digestive system. People who does pranayama will know the results
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 digestive system is an organ system. The stomach and the intestines are parts of the digestive system. The digestive system is an organ system. The stomach and the intestines are parts of the digestive system.
Respiratory system provides O2 to digestive system which is essential for all cells and their working .
The Circulatory System pumps blood and the Respiratory and Digestive System carry it though your body.
The respiratory system provides oxygen and the digestive system provides nutrient for the blood in the circulatory system.
No. Your Lungs are part of your respiratory system, not you digestive system
No. The esophagus is part of the digestive system. The pharynx is part of both the digestive and respiratory systems.
the respiratory system and the digestive system share the Pharynx. The Respiratory system contains the eppiglottis, which keeps food going down the esophogus instead of the trachea
the relationship between the nervous system and the respiratory system is that they are both systems that help your body function and protect against diseases
The digestive system provides nutrients for energy metabolism, growth and repair of the respiratory system. The respiratory system provides oxygen and carries away carbon dioxide produced by the digestive system's organs.
the respiratory system provides O2 to cells in the digestive system which lets them liveI don't know, just google it!
The esophagus is not part of the respiratory system it is part of the digestive system.
That is a pretty stupid question. The respiratory system makes you be able to breathe, and the digestive system digests the food you eat.
the bigger the body the more likely it is that it will have a complete digestive system