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circulatory system because blood flows through your veins


Arteries and veins keep the blood moving through the circulatory system


Blood is is constant motion through a system of veins and arteries called the circulatory system. There is no specific location for blood


Since the blood in your veins is traveling back to your heart, it is fighting gravity. In order to help the blood along, veins have valves that will close after the blood has gone through to prevent backflow. Also, when muscles contract, it pushes the blood upwards because of the contraction.


to have passage ways to pump the blood through hope that helps


The heart pumps blood through out the veins and arteries which deliver oxygen and food to all the cells in the body. the heart being the cardiovascular system and then blood traveling through the veins and arteries being the circulatory system.


what veins does it pass through


The circulatory system - arteries, veins and capillaries.


it pumps the blood through your veins and arteries


it is where your blood goes through your body! it has veins. it goes from one place to another. ( the blood)


The heart is a powerful muscle that pumps the blood through the veins.


Irish blood runs through these veins


Blood is transported around the body through arteries and veins which carry it from the heart (arteries) and back to the heart (veins). The heart is the pumping muscle that pushes the blood through the system


the Circulatory System refers to blood moving through veins and arteries in your body. Blood cells move in a 'circle' path starting with the heart, through the arteries. Veins bring blood back to the heart.


The veins provide the conduits for blood to return to the heart from the body after it is pumped out into the body through the arteries.


No. Only the heart pumps blood. The eyeball, however, does receive blood through veins and blood vessels. Hope this helps!


the three main tubes that blood can pass through in the circulatory system are the arteries, veins, and capillaries.


It's heart muscle movement does that thing happens. The heart muscle has pacemaker, which is involuntary.. so heart pump blood through out the veins.. causes the blood flow moves


Blood moves through the body through the vascular system, a complex system of vessels made up of arteries, veins, and smaller vessels. The heart is the pump that moves the blood.



Yes, blood runs through veins and arteries.


through contractions in the veins and through body movements


The blood travels through the human body by way of the circulatory system. The circulatory system is made up of the heart, the lungs, and blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries.)


Veins move blood through the body. They begin with the letter v.




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