What system transports food oxygen and waste from all others?
The circulatory system transports food, oxygen, and waste among
all body cells. The heart and blood vessels carry the blood in the
The circulatory system transports food oxygen and waste from the
The digestive system breaks down food into nutrients and puts them in the blood. The lungs (respiratory system) take oxygen from the air and puts them in the blood, and takes carbon-dioxide from the blood and puts it in the air. The kidneys (excretory system) take the chemical waste out of the blood and excrete it as urine.
So blood is the common factor here, and it is the veins, arteries, and the heart that circulates blood, nutrients ("food"), oxygen, and chemical waste throughout the body. The veins, arteries, and heart combined are the circulatory system.
Blood transports oxygen nutrients and wastes in mammals and fish .
The cardiovascular system transports nutrients and wastes.
The circulatory system transport nutrients and oxygen throughout the body. It includes the heart and all the blood vessels, including the blood. It also takes waste products out of the tissues.
the cardiovascular system transports the oxygen it gets from the lungs to the cells in the body through the blood. the cells then use this oxygen to respire. the blood (cardiovascular system) also carries waste from the cells to the lungs to be excreted.
The excretory system.
circulatory system is the trasport system of the body -distributes food nutrients and oxygen,collects and eliminates carbon dioxide and wastes from the different parts of the body
transport oxygen to the body transports waste away from cells
well i know the function of it but not what you want i will still give you the function: Circulatory System transports oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients, waste products, immune components, and hormones. Major organs include the heart, capillaries, arteries, and veins. The lymphatic system also transports excess fluids to and from circulatory system and transports fat to the heart.
The circulatory system transports materials in the body.
The cardiovascular system transports needed substances to cells and transports waste products away from cells.
What body system removes liquid and waste from the blood and transports them to the outside of the body?
The urinary system or renal system removes liquid and waste from the blood and transports them to the outside of the body. The kidneys remove waste, from the blood, which travels down the ureters into the bladder from where it passes through the urethra as urine.
Which body part transports oxygen removes waste materials and carries nutrients to the body as part of the circulatory system?
The circulatory system does all this but the blood and plasma are the "part" that you are talking about. The hemoglobin carries the oxygen and some of the waste gas called carbon dioxide but the plasma carries the rest. The plasma is the liquid part of the blood.
The circulatory system is they system in the body that transports material throughout the body. It carries nutrients, water, and oxygen to all the cells and carries waste material away from the cells.
its transports nutrients to the body and take waste out
It carries oxygen from the blood around the body Carries waste from cells to organs that get rid of it It transports white blood cells, this prevents diseases It keeps the heart beating
white blood cells hormones nutrients oxygen waste products
No. The circulatory system does transport various gasses around the body but the main gas the body needs is Oxygen (and not 'fresh air'). The blood transports breathed in Oxygen from the lungs into the tissues and organs and transports waste gasses such as carbon dioxide from the tissues and organs to the lungs to be expelled when breathing out. The circulatory system's job is transportation of the gasses to and from where they need… Read More
Transports oxygen, nutrients, hormons, enzymes Transports waste products Fights infections (carries antibodies, antitoxins, etc.) (Blood) clotting Regulates body temperature
To let you breathe...the exchange of carbon dioxide (waste) for oxygen (not waste).
It transports digested food, oxygen, water, nutrients, carbon dioxide and other waste materials around our body.
Through gas exchange. The respiratory system provides oxygen which, combined with glucose from your food, is used by your cells to produce energy (cell rspiration). The cardiovascular system transports the oxygen to the cells. The waste products of cell respiration are carbon dioxide and water, which are also transported by the cardiovascular system. The carbon dioxide passes into the lungs and is then breathed out.
Breathing involves getting oxygen into your system and it expels carbon dioxide, which is a waste.
What part of the blood transports nutrients hormones enzymes and waste materials to and from the cells of the body?
The plasma component of the blood, contained within the cardiovascular system, transports hormones and nutrients.
The respiratory system draws oxygen into the lungs where the circulatory system exchanges waste gas (carbon dioxide) for oxygen. The respiratory system then expels the waste gas during exhalation, and the circulatory system delivers oxygen to cells throughout the body.
When respiration occurs within cells carbon dioxide is released as waste Which system transports carbon dioxide for removal from the body?
Blood is a liquid that runs through the body's blood vessels that transports oxygen to the body's cells. It also transports some waste materials such as carbon dioxide to the lungs so it can be released from the body.
The heart pumps and circulates blood, which transports oxygen and nutrients to all tissues in the body - and transports away wastes (such as carbon dioxide and other waste products) to the eliminatory organs.
The excretory system works closely with the circlatory system because the kidney filters your blood for waste and then transports that down to the urinary bladder.
Hydrogen, Oxygen, Potassium, some others
Called the Circulatory system.
The respiratory system gets the oxygen from the air and releases CO2 from our body. The circulatory system distributes oxygen to individual cells and carries CO2 waste to the respiratory system.
The excretory system transports waste out of the body that is produced by homeostasis. The parts of the body that are involved in this are sweat glands, liver, lungs and the kidney system.
In the body it is the pulmonary system.
Phloem tissue transports food and water, while xylem transports waste. This is found not to be the case; xylem, after a brief internet search transporst water, waste, and soluble minerals while phloem transports Glucose (C6H12O6), and other minerals needed to sustain the plant.
delivers oxygen and nutrients, removes waste
What body systems main function is to carry oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and remove waste from them?
The blood or the circulatory system carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and removes waste from them
The blood tissue in humans and other animals is responsible for delivering nutrients and oxygen to cells. It also transports metabolic waste away from certain cells.
because it delivers necessary substances to the body's cells - such as nutrients and oxygen - and transports waste products away from those same cells.
No the digestive system cannot absorb oxygen. The digestive system absorbs nutrients, eliminates waste, break down foods, and more.
Blood transports oxygen and food to different parts of the body, picks up carbon dioxide and waste products, and brings them back to be removed from the body.
Vitally important. The blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the body, helps fight against diseases, and transports waste products from dead cells away.
By bringing oxygen ,nutrients, and waste , to cells; fights infections, removes cells waste , and helps to regulate body temperature.
system of transport. Red blood cells transport oxygen and, depending on your school year CO2 Plasma transports nutrients, heat, hormones, urea, other waste products. also white blood cells in blood fight infection, producing antibodies, and engulfing bacteria with phagocytosis.
The circulatory system imports oxygen and exports waste materials or carbon dioxide. The circulatory system distributes fresh oxygen to the tissues and organs of the body.
No, you can not. The respiratory system is responsible for bringing oxygen into your blood and removing waste carbon dioxide. Oxygen is necessary for cells to perform cellular respiration (produce energy) and carbon dioxide is a waste product of this process.
Excretory system gets rid of waste. Respiratory system supplies blood cells with oxygen.