What makes up your Circulatory System is your heart, arteries, veins, and blood.
The circulatory system is made up of the heart, pulmonary system, and systemic system.
The circulatory system is made up of the Arteries, Blood vessels, and Veins.
The lung or pulmonary system is the essential respiration organ that makes it possible for oxygen to enter the circulatory system.The alveoli struture makes it possible for oxygen to enter the circulatory system.
A human circulatory system.
The relation between the circulatory system and the digestive system is that the digestive system makes energy so the energy goes to the heart and that is what makes it pump.
Heart, arteries and veins make up the circulatory system.
it causes the capillary effect which makes the blood run up your veins
This is not part of human physiology. Unless you have a very strange anatomy.
Yes. The circulatory system is how the human body makes sure that each cell receives the proper nutrients it needs and can expel the waste that it doesn't. A person with a malfunctioning circulatory system can wind up in pretty bad shape.
Absolutely - since the heart is the pump that makes the circulatory system work !
Blood and oxygen are transported by the circulatory system.
The circulatory system takes up oxygen, and releases carbon dioxide.
No. The circulatory system is made up of the heart and all the blood vessels.
The circulatory system pumps the blood which carries the nutrients that the cells needs. The circulatory system gets the nutrients from the digestive system.
It makes your blood go black and bubble.
The circulatory system is its own system. There are not systems in the circulatory system.
The immune system makes white blood cells, which goes into the blood in your circulatory system to protect you from bacteria
They're both the circulatory system.
The three things that make up the circulatory system are th heart, blood, and blood vessels.
Cardiovascular system, or circulatory system
closed circulatory system (double circulatory system)