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The blood circulatory system transports cells and dissolved substances to and from the organs designed to deal with filtering out such things.

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What is The process by which dissolved gases are exchanged between the cells and interstitial fluids is?

Internal Respiration."Internal respiration is the diffusion of gases between blood and interstitial fluid across the endothelial cells of capillary walls."Says my Anatomy Book.


Is internal energy a thermodynamic function?

Yes, internal energy is a thermodynamic function or state function,


What system is responsible for the internal transport of blood and dissolved substances?

In every case that I'm aware of, if the body needs to transport something, it does so using the bloodstream. This is especially the case if the substance needs to go beyond one organ to get to another. Hormones from the endocrine system, nutrients absorbed from the small intestines, toxins that need to be eliminated, etc all travel through the bloodstream.


How does the cell membrane's function give the cell membrane its function?

The cell membrane regulates the entrance and exit of substances thus maintaining internal balance. It also protects the inner cell from damage and helps a cell.


What is an internal transport?

transport of things in the endoplasmic reticulum. this is not very accurate but i tried.......


Why must complex muticellular organisms have transport systems?

Large organisms need transport systems to supply all their cells with food, oxygen and other materials.Multi-cellular organisms are too big and not all of their cells have contact with the external environment. All organisms need to exchange substances with their environment - take in needed molecules and get rid of waste. A uni-cellular organism can use the processes of osmosis, diffusion and active transport to transport substances in and out of the organism, which is in this case just one cell. But as organisms increase in size, they need a specialized transport system to exchange substances between the internal environment and the external environment. Interestingly enough, osmosis and diffusion are still the important mechanisms at the cellular level.


How is the inner membrane of the mitochondria adapted to its function?

The mitochondrial inner membrane forms internal compartments - within the organelle - known as cristae, which allow greater space for the proteins such as cytochromes to function correctly. Also, the electron transport chain is located on the inner membrane of the mitochondria and within the mitochondrions inner membrane are also transport proteins that transport in a highly controlled manner metabolites across this membrane.


Blood transport is an example of the type of movement?

Internal


Is osmosis involved in internal transport in plants?

yes.


Can total internal reflection occur in iron substances?

Not possible


What means internal transport of animal?

It means circulatory system


What organelle is know as the internal transport membrane?

The endoplasmic reticulum.