"Explain How The Respiratory And Circulatory Systems Work Together To Distribute Oxygen To And Remove Carbon Dioxide From The Cells Of The Body" Essays and Research Papers

  • Explain How The Respiratory And Circulatory Systems Work Together To Distribute Oxygen To And Remove Carbon Dioxide From The Cells Of The Body

    D1: Analyse how two body systems interrelate to perform a named function/functions D1: Analyse how two body systems interrelate to perform a named function/functions Even though the systems may seem very separate in their activities the digestive system and respiratory system both contribute to work together. The systems cannot work by themselves as they both provide the materials needed throughout the body. They supply energy to all the cells throughout the body. The respiratory system and digestive...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Circulatory system 1012  Words | 3  Pages

  • Circulatory system

    Circulatory System Working that muscle heart is a muscle little left of the middle of your chests about the size of fist heart sends blood around body blood provides body with oxygen and nutrients it needs carries away waste heart is like pump right side receives blood and pumps to lungs left side receives blood from lungs and pumps to body We got the beat before each beat, heart fills with blood muscle contracts to squirt blood Heart parts heart made of 4 blood filled areas ...

    Blood, Blood vessel, Cardiovascular system 1021  Words | 5  Pages

  • To Compare Two Major Systems of the Human Body

    Have you ever wondered which body system helps bring oxygenated and deoxygenated blood to the heart? Well that system is called the Circulatory System or the Cardiovascular System. Have you ever wondered which body system helps bring air into the lungs? That system is called the Respiratory system. You are probably wondering why I am mentioning the Respiratory and Circulatory system? I am talking about them because, these are the two system that I am going to be comparing and contrasting in this...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 1075  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Physiology of Respiratory and Digestive Systems in Relation to Energy Metabolism in the Body

    explanation of the physiology of two named body systems in relation to energy metabolism in the body. (P4) In this assignment I will be explaining the physiology of two named body systems in relation to energy metabolism in the body, the Respiration system and the Digestive system. I will start off by giving a definition of energy metabolism in the body. Metabolism in the body is a collection of chemical reactions that takes place in the body’s cells. Metabolism converts the nutrients in the food...

    Adenosine triphosphate, Blood, Carbon dioxide 2406  Words | 5  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    Aguilar Prof. Ivan Marcelo Duka G-7L BIO 2 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM The Respiratory system consists of organs and tissues that aid the oxygen to travel in the body and emits the waste gases out of the body. It is also called as the oxygen delivery system for it is the system responsible in delivering the oxygen to all parts of the body. The process of breathing, the inhalation of oxygen and exhalation of carbon dioxide, is called respiration. Respiration can be described into two...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Mucus 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Explain the Physiology of Two Named Body Systems in Relation to Energy Metabolism in the Body

    Explain The Physiology Of Two Named Body Systems In Relation To Energy Metabolism In The Body I am going to explain the physiology of the respiratory and cardiovascular system in relation to the energy metabolism in the body. Energy metabolism is where the nutrients oxygen and glucose are took in and delivered the organs. Energy is needed in order for our body to be able to function. Energy helps break down molecules and to build new molecules. The cardiovascular system consists of the heart,...

    Adenosine triphosphate, Blood, Carbon dioxide 1052  Words | 3  Pages

  • Respiratory of the Human Body

    of the Respiratory system is quite obvious given that as human beings we need this system to help us with our most fatal tasks of breathing. Although the importance is assumed and acknowledged, many do not really get the whole concept of the Respiratory system. For example, how it works? Why it works? And what all is involved. These questions and others will be strategically answered in the following work. The Respiratory System delivers oxygen to the body and takes the carbon dioxide away....

    Blood, Heart, Lung 1809  Words | 5  Pages

  • Different Systems in a Human Body

    Human Body System Interaction . All the systems in the human body are vital to our survival and well-being. If you take away the functions of just one of these systems our whole body will cease to work properly. The main systems of the human body are the nervous, endocrine respiratory, circulatory, immune, digestive, excretory, skeletal, muscular, and the reproductive systems. They all work together in harmony and unison to keep us alive. The nervous and endocrine systems are what control...

    Blood, Bone, Bone marrow 1025  Words | 3  Pages

  • Circulatory System

    information about humans’ circulatory system. One of the most important systems our body has if not THE most important since one of its organs is the heart. We will focus on senior citizens. As we age, our organs’ working mechanism becomes slower and our muscles tend to be less flexible or elastic and that is why we think the information we will provide, will be very useful. Some of the talking points will be: • General function of the system and how the organ system contributes to physiological...

    Blood, Blood vessel, Cardiovascular system 1597  Words | 5  Pages

  • Oxygen and Lungs

    TUTORIAL 2: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM OBJECTIVE QUESTION 1) High-flying birds are able to obtain enough oxygen even when the air is very thin because A) they have more efficient lungs than other vertebrates. B) they have reduced amounts of hemoglobin in their blood. C) their mitochondria are more efficient than those of other vertebrates. D) their heart can increase or decrease in size as altitude changes. E) they are able to store oxygen in oxygen chambers within muscle cells. 2) If you were to move from around...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Hemoglobin 2225  Words | 7  Pages

  • Describe the Energy Equation and Explain the Role of the 3 Systems That Play in Getting Fuel and Oxygen to Living Cells. (P4)

    Describe the energy equation and explain the role of the 3 systems that play in getting fuel and oxygen to living cells. (P4) Fuel + oxygen Carbon dioxide + water + energy The digestive, respiratory and cardiovascular systems all work together to provide energy for the tissues and organs of the body. The role of the respiratory is to pass oxygen into the blood. The respiratory system oxygenates blood. Oxygen then easily diffuses from the alveoli in the lung through the epithelial walls into...

    Blood, Circulatory system, Energy 2108  Words | 5  Pages

  • How the digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory system are interrelate

    The human body has to be controlled from advanced systems internally of which connect in order to function effectively. There are ten main systems within the body of which all perform various activities and all interrelate with at least one other system; the nervous system. The most complex of all body systems, the nervous system controls all functions within the body. The main function of the respiratory system is to inhale oxygen and exhale the waste product carbon dioxide. Oxygen is breathed...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Circulatory system 759  Words | 3  Pages

  • THe Respiratory System

    The Respiratory System The human respiratory system plays a very important part in our bodies. Without it, we wouldn’t be alive! We need air to move through our bodies at all times. Breathing, is a key necessity for life. Our respiratory system is made up of many organs that all work together. The goal of breathing is to deliver oxygen to the body and take away carbon dioxide. The respiratory system organs all work together, like a engine in a car, they all have a important role. Some...

    Blood, Larynx, Lung 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • p5: explain the concept of homeostasis

    P5: Explain the concept of homeostasis. P6: Follow guidelines to interpret collected data for heart rate, breathing rate and temperature before and after a standard period of exercise. M2: Discuss the probably homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise. M3: Present Date collected before and after a standard period of exercise. D2: Evaluate the importance of homeostasis in maintaining the healthy functioning of the body. P5 Homeostasis is a...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Heart 1023  Words | 3  Pages

  • Critically discuss the effects of exercise on the cardiovascular and respiratory system

    critically explain the physiological effects of exercise on the human respiratory system and cardiovascular system. To begin with, I will explain the two systems, their specific functions and how they inter-relate. I will then go on to analyse the effects of exercise on the two systems by looking at the way in which the body deals with an increased workload, and any health issues that may affect this. Cardiovascular system This system is responsible for pumping blood and oxygen around the body. It is...

    Blood, Cellular respiration, Connective tissue 1904  Words | 8  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    RESPIRATORY SYSTEM The respiratory system consists of all the organs involved in breathing. These include the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs. The respiratory system does two very important things: it brings oxygen into our bodies, which we need for our cells to live and function properly; and it helps us get rid of carbon dioxide, which is a waste product of cellular function. The nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea and bronchi all work like a system of pipes through which...

    Acute respiratory distress syndrome, Blood, Heart 1539  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cardio&Respiratory system

    Heat- this slows down energy and you may become dehydrated Sound- Your body absorbs this, and if you feel the energy from upbeat music Electrical – Your body absorbs this Light- Direct sunlight gives your body energy. A chemical bond that is made happens between two atoms or molecules. The energy can only be seen when the atoms or molecules have created a chemical reaction. Why does the human body need energy? The human body needs energy or else you will be really tired. Without this energy you...

    Blood, Circulatory system, Heart 1529  Words | 7  Pages

  • Exercise and the Cardiovascular System and Respiratory System

    long-term effects of exercise on the body particularly looking at exercise to the cardiovascular system and respiratory system. Exercise is very important for a number of reasons. It helps prevent diseases, improves stamina and circulation of the blood, strengthens and tones the body, enhances flexibility, controls weight and most importantly improves our quality of life. Our bodies crave exercise, without it we are putting extra pressure on our vital organs to work harder than they should be. If you...

    Artery, Blood, Blood pressure 1693  Words | 5  Pages

  • Transport Systems

    Transport Systems Essay In single celled organisms, nutrients, water and various substances that are need for basic cellular processes can easily be transported in and out through the cell membrane. This is an effective transport system for microscopic organisms, but multicellular organisms require a more complex transport system to sustain itself. Take humans for example; unlike a cell, only the outer layer of skin is in contact with the body’s outside environment. It’s not possible for substances...

    Blood, Cell wall, Immune system 1547  Words | 5  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    2010 The respiratory system helps with breathing, inhaling and exhaling. The respiratory systems main function is to give oxygen to the body’s cells and get rid of the carbon dioxide the cells produce. Breathing would be impossible without the respiratory system, which includes the nose, throat, voice box, windpipe, and lungs. In this essay I plan on explaining how the respiratory system functions as well as its parts. The exchange of two gases called oxygen and carbon dioxide, this process...

    Blood, Lower respiratory tract, Mucus 2606  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain How the Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Coordinate the Supply and Transport of Oxygen to the Cells and Removal of Carbon Dioxide from the Blood

    1. Explain how the respiratory and circulatory systems coordinate the supply and transport of oxygen to the cells and removal of carbon dioxide from the blood. (10 Marks) Paragraph 1: What happens in the respiratory system? Respiratory System: Coordinating the Supply and transport of Oxygen * Oxygen is inhaled through the nose or mouth * Travels down through the Pharynx * Travels down the Larynx * Reaches the lungs and goes through the Bronchi * Through the Bronchioles ...

    Blood, Cardiovascular system, Circulatory system 331  Words | 2  Pages

  • Circulatory System

    CIRCULATORY SYSTEM Transport nutrients, respiratory gases, hormones, water, electrolytes, to and from all tissues of the body Body Fluids Interstitial Fluid - occupies spaces surrounding the cells in the body. Blood – contained within blood vessels BODY FLUID COMPOSITION LYMPHATIC SYSTEM FUNCTION: function of the lymphatic system is to return to the blood the excess fluid (lymph) filtered across capillary walls into interstitial spaces. plays a central role in the body’s defenses. Located...

    Blood 413  Words | 22  Pages

  • Circulatory System Lab Report

    The Circulatory system is an organ system that transports things around the body that are needed by cells. For example: Nutrients, such as: Oxygen, Food and Water. When Blood circulates around the body, it leaves the left ventricle of the Heart and travels to the Aorta (The largest artery in the Human body). The blood that leaves the Aorta is rich of oxygen then travels around the body in arteries, and to the organs. When the deoxygenated blood travels back to the lungs through a system of Veins...

    Blood, Blood vessel, Circulatory system 1347  Words | 5  Pages

  • Explain the Physiology the Cardiovascular and the Digestive System in the Body in Relation to Energy Metabolism in the Body. Discuss the Role of Energy in the Body and Analyse How Those Two Body Systems Interrelate to Perform a Named Functions.

    Explain the physiology the cardiovascular and the digestive system in the body in relation to energy metabolism in the body. Discuss the role of energy in the body and analyse how those two body systems interrelate to perform a named functions. For distinction analyse Energy it is the ability to do work. Energy cannot be destroyed but it can be changed to another form. Without energy we would not be able to growth or move. To stay alive we need regular and permanent supply of energy or else we...

    Blood, Cardiovascular system, Circulatory system 2458  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Mechanism of Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen Exchange in the Respiratory of Human

    Title: the mechanism of carbon dioxide and oxygen exchange in the respiratory of human Abstract The purpose of the experiment is to determine gas exchange activity in the respiratory system of human. The first lab for comparing the room and breathe temperature was to understand the function of the nasal cavity where the gas passed after an inhalation. The second lab for changing of chest circumference and abdomen circumference between inspiration and expiration was to know how the air moved in and...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Hemoglobin 1912  Words | 6  Pages

  • Circulatory System in Different Animals

    Circulatory System • Shark o How would you describe the structure and function of this animal’s circulatory system? Include any unique characteristics. A shark’s heart is a two-chambered S-shaped tube, small in proportion to body size located in the head region o How does this animal’s circulatory system work? The blood is pumped by the heart through the afferent bronchial arteries to capillaries in the gills, where the blood is oxygenated). The blood then flows through efferent bronchial...

    Atrium, Blood, Blood vessel 584  Words | 4  Pages

  • Anatomy of the Human Body

    Anatomy is the study of the body; the shapes and structures that are macroscopic (seen with the naked eye) Physiology is the study of how these parts of the anatomy work and function. There are six levels of structural organization that make up the human body and are all associated in various ways. Each level is organized ascending; starting at a chemical level and working its way from there to a cellular, tissue, organ, organ system, and to an organismal level. The chemical level is the lowest...

    Blood, Bone, Cardiac muscle 1502  Words | 5  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    Air enters the nose by passing through the external nares or nostrils. The mucosa lining the nasal cavity, called the respiratory mucosa, warms the air as it flows pa Respiratory physiology The major function of the respiratory system is to supply the body with oxygen and to dispose of carbon dioxide. To do this, at least four distinct events, collectively called respiration, must occur: 1. Pulmonary ventilation Air must move into and out of the lungs so that the gases in...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Lung 833  Words | 4  Pages

  • body systems diseases WEEK ONE

    Phoenix Material Body Systems and Diseases Complete the table below for the required systems listed. You are required to list four to six of the main organs of each body system, one or two sentences explaining the function of the system itself in your own words, and a short list of five to six major diseases that afflict each system. This assignment is due in Week One. System Organs in the System Function of the System Major Diseases Afflicting the System Example: Immune System Thymus Lymph Nodes...

    Blood, Bone, Cardiovascular system 465  Words | 3  Pages

  • Brief Human Body System Run-Through

    The digestive system’s function is to break down food and to absorb its nutrients into the bloodstream, which will deliver them around the body. (Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, 2011).. The organs are grouped into two sections- the alimentary canal and the accessory organs respectively. Organs in the alimentary canal are the mouth, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and anus. Accessory organs are the liver, pancreas and gallbladder. [ (National Institute Of Diabetes...

    Blood, Circulatory system, Digestion 1421  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Reproductive System

    Reproductive System   What is it? The reproductive system is a collection of organs that work together for the purpose of producing a new life The major organs of the reproductive system include the external genitalia and internal organs, including gonads that produce gamete, which is a cell that fuses with another cell during conception in organisms that reproduce sexually. Substances such as fluids, hormones, and pheromones are also important to the effective functioning of the reproductive system What...

    Brain, Central nervous system, Nerve 898  Words | 5  Pages

  • P3- Outline the Gross Structure of All the Main Body Systems

    the main body systems Cardiovascular system Purpose- the purpose of the cardiovascular system is to carry blood throughout the body. To carry to the organs and other areas of the body that needs it. To carry gaseous wastes to the respiratory system so that is can get rid of them Main organ- heart, blood vessels, blood. The heart is one of the most important organs in the entire human body. It is really nothing more than a pump, composed of muscle which pumps blood throughout the body, beating...

    Blood, Circulatory system, Heart 979  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cardiovascular System

    Body Systems Cardiovascular System - relates to the heart, blood vessels and circulation in the body. The cardiovascular system, also known as the circulatory system, refers to the network that transports blood throughout the body. It is composed of the heart, blood vessels, and blood. There are actually two circulatory systems: * The pulmonary circulation – sends blood from the heart to the lungs. * The systemic circulation – sends blood from the heart to all the other parts of our...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 965  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Blood Circulatory System

    The Blood Circulatory System The Circulatory system is a system in the bodies of all organisms that moves the nutrients that are needed as well as gases and wastes to and from cells and helps fight unwanted bacteria and other diseases. It also helps alleviate the body temperature to maintain homeostasis, which is the property of either an open system or a closed system in a living organism. It brings the body’s cells what they need in order to survive – oxygen and nutrients. The center of the circulatory...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • Introduction to the Physiology of Human Body

    INTROduction TO THE HUMAN BODY 1. Define anatomy and physiology While anatomy provides us with a static image of the body architecture, physiology reveals the body’s dynamic and animated workings. Physiology often focuses on events at the cellular or molecular level. A. Anatomy – studies the structure of the body parts and their relationship to one another. i. Developmental – concerns structural changes that in the body occur throughout the lifespan. Embryology studies the developmental changes...

    Glucose, Heart, Human anatomy 1645  Words | 4  Pages

  • Anatomy: Respiratory System

    Respiratory System WebQuest    Introduction   The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen. The respiratory system does this through breathing. Breathing is a natural process that we use to obtain oxygen, unlike eating or drinking to get energy. When we breathe, we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. This exchange of gases is the respiratory system's means of getting oxygen to the blood. The respiratory tract is responsible for taking the gases...

    Larynx, Mucus, Nasal cavity 957  Words | 5  Pages

  • Human Body

    Our body is composed of complicated and intricate systems that work together to keep us alive and able to move and process the things we find to be simple such as breathing or blinking. There are 11 systems in our body, each in charge of something different and supplying support to the other. Those 11 systems are the, nervous, skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, endocrine, reproductive, excretory, integumentary and immune systems. I will address every system in the human body...

    Blood, Cardiac muscle, Central nervous system 950  Words | 3  Pages

  • Body System Links

    Body System Links Instructions: Provide at least four examples of how body systems work together. To do this place some brief notes in the appropriate box to describe the links between two body systems. Two examples have been provided. System links Excretory Nervous Muscular Digestive Endocrine Respiratory Circulatory Cleans blood of waste products by the circulator systemTransferes oxygen and nutrigence to excretory cells and removes waste products Nerves activate the muscles of the heart,...

    Blood, Digestion, Heart 432  Words | 3  Pages

  • Organ Systems of the Human Body

    Organ Systems of the Human Body The human body is made up of 11 organ systems. The Integumentary System, Skeletal System, Muscular System, Nervous System, Endocrine System, Circulatory System, Lymphatic System, Respiratory System, Urinary System, Digestive System, and Reproductive System for the male and female. Also, we have the Immune System which is an accumulation of cells rather than an organ system. Protection, support and movement are the main functions of the Integumentary system, Skeletal...

    Blood, Endocrine system, Glands 658  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gizmo Circulatory System

    Student Exploration: Circulatory System Vocabulary: artery, atrium, blood vessel, capillary, circulatory system, heart, platelet, pulmonary artery, pulmonary vein, red blood cell, urea, ventricle, vein, white blood cell Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. Why do you need blood? __Blood carries oxygenon and nutrients around you body.___________________________________________________ 2. What organ pushes blood through your body? ______The heart_____________ ...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 1076  Words | 6  Pages

  • Carbon Dioxide

    ASSIGNMENT 1 KHANH NGUYEN 1001974 THE NATURAL CARBON CYCLE Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the biogeochemical cycles which the fourth most common elements on Earth. It is also a basis of all life and continually cycled and globally existed. Carbon dioxide is obtained from various sources, including emissions from volcanoes or industries and combustion products of organic compounds and the respiratory activity of living organisms. Carbon dioxide not only going into the atmosphere through the burning...

    Atmosphere, Carbon dioxide, Climate change 2203  Words | 7  Pages

  • Anatomy and Physiology of Respiratory System

    Physiology of Respiratory System Overview Cells in the body require oxygen to survive. Vital functions of the body are carried out as the body is continuously supplied with oxygen. Without the respiratory system exchange of gases in the alveoli will not be made possible and systemic distribution of oxygen will not be made possible. Thetransportation of oxygen in the different parts of the body is accomplished by the blood of the cardiovascular system. However, it is the respiratory system that carries...

    Larynx, Lung, Mucus 1627  Words | 5  Pages

  • Illustrate the structure and function of two major body systems and how they interrelate.

    function of two major body systems and how they interrelate. ******** The two major body systems: 1. Circulatory system: The circulatory system is composed of: *the heart,which is an organ made up of cardiac muscle with four chambers(left and right ventricles; left and right atrium or auricle); the heart is a pumping mechanism that services two branches of transport: -the pulmonary circulation that carry blood from the heart to the...

    Blood, Heart, Larynx 440  Words | 2  Pages

  • Gen Bio Circulatory Systems

    Circulatory Systems (Chapter 29) 1. Explain how the efficiency of animal circulatory systems has been improved by the evolution of internal body cavities, open circulatory systems, closed circulatory systems, respiratory pigments, atria and ventricles (29.3) internal body cavities * Sluggage seepage moves around body cavity like a whirlpool in insects (No veins) - open * Earthworms developed some veins and 5 hearts...

    Artery, Blood, Blood pressure 1136  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Muscoskeletal System

    The Musculoskeletal System The Musculoskeletal System combines the skeletal system and the muscular system. All of the bones, cartilage, muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments in a person's body compose what is known as the musculoskeletal system. The bones provide the body with a framework, giving it shape and support; they also serve as protection for internal organs such as the lungs and liver. Muscles are fibres that help to make deliberate movement of a body part or involuntary movement within...

    Blood, Cellular respiration, Exercise physiology 1450  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Cardiovascular System

    The Cardiovascular System The heart is one the primary organs in our body. The cardiovascular (CV) system is made up of the heart, the blood and the vessels through which blood travels. The CV system works in sequence with the respiratory system to maintain homeostasis. The heart acts as a pump which move the blood through the blood vessels to the tissues and organs of the body. This allows the CV system to help maintain homeostasis by enabling it to carry out its four major functions...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 1056  Words | 3  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    mechanism of Respiratory System in Man NIRMALA AGARWAL Respiratory organs are those which are concerned with the passage of the air to and from the lungs. The latter are, of course, mot important of all. The passage is also called respiratory tract. For the sake of convenience, the respiratory tract can be divided into upper and lower parts. The upper part extends from the external nostrils (external openings of nose) to the vocal sac present in the neck. The lower part extends from the vocal sac...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Hemoglobin 1612  Words | 4  Pages

  • Physical Education - Circulatory System Revision Guide

    Three main component of the circulatory system = Heart, Blood, Blood Vessels Three functions of the heart = Transportation, protection, Body temperature control De-oxygenated blood flows through the vena cava, it then enters the right atrium which gets pumped into the right ventricle which pumps it through the semi-lunar valve and through to the pulmonary artery. The blood flow then goes to the lungs where it is oxygenised, the newly oxygenised blood re-enters the heart via the pulmonary vein...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 694  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparison of the systems

    Physiology Worksheet In this assignment you describe and compare the circulatory, skeletal, and respiratory systems of sharks, iguanas, eagles, and humans. Answer each of the following questions in 25 to 50 words. Circulatory System Shark How would you describe the structure and function of this animal’s circulatory system? Include any unique characteristics. The shark’s heart which is a major component in its circulatory system is shaped like an S and is located in the head region. The sharks...

    Blood, Blood vessel, Circulatory system 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • Human body system

     Human body system Cardiovascular system Cardio vascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels in the blood vessels 5 litres of blood is transported. The cardiovascular system is responsible for transporting oxygen, nutrients, hormones and cellular waste products throughout the body. The heart is the hardest working organ in the cardiovascular system. The heart The heart is muscular pumping organ located medial to the lungs, at the bottom tip of the heart is known as the apex this...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 2300  Words | 6  Pages

  • Respiratory System

    The Respiratory System At the end of this topic students will be able to: • Compare the respiratory systems • Describe the mechanic of respiration - Air passage principals - Ventilation - Lung volume and respiration cycle - Respiration rate • Explain gas exchange - Partial pressure - Oxygen separation curve • Discriminate gas transportation - Oxygen and carbon dioxide Respiration : - all processes that accomplish movement of O2 from the environment to the tissues - has 2 components : a)...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Hemoglobin 1555  Words | 7  Pages

  • Biology of Health and Illness. Factors Which Affect the Normal Functioning of Two Body Systems

    Biology of Health and Illness Factors which affect the normal functioning of two body systems TASK 1 The body's first line of defence against pathogens uses mostly physical and chemical barriers such as sweat, skin, tears, mucus, stomach acid, and so on. Our skin and other membranes which line the body passages are fairly effective in keeping most pathogens out of the body. Mucus can trap pathogens, which are then washed away or destroyed by chemicals. Tears, sweat, and saliva have certain...

    AIDS, Allergy, B cell 1882  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nanobots: Blood and Human Body

    body’s vasculature as a coating. It could eradicate heart disease, stroke, and other vascular problems; remove parasites, bacteria, viruses, and metastasizing cancer cells to limit the spread of blood borne disease; move lymphocytes faster to improve immune response; reduce susceptibility to chemical, biochemical, and parasitic poisons; improve physical endurance and stamina; and partially protect from various accidents and other physical harm. With the availability of mature molecular nanotechnology...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Circulatory system 1789  Words | 6  Pages

  • Recognise healthy body systems in a health care context

    circulation resulting in gangrene in his right foot. Russell smoked 50 cigarettes a day in the past even though he has been diagnosed with emphysema for 15 years. Russell suffers from poor circulation to the left leg and has gangrene to his left little toe. Russell requires oxygen most of the time due to his breathlessness. Oxygen is delivered via nasal prongs. Russell is vibrant and enduring to staff. He is empowered and good natured, he enjoys and joke and is mates and with Stan, another client at...

    Artery, Blood, Blood pressure 1388  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Respiratory System

    The respiratory system The respiratory system is responsible for providing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide, heat and water vapours. All living creatures require oxygen and give off carbon dioxide. Oxygen is required for every cell in your body to function. Structure of the respiratory system: Normally air is taken in through your nose however sometimes it is taken in through your mouth and passes through a series of airways to reach the lungs. This series of airways is known as the respiratory...

    Lung, Lung volumes, Pleural cavity 1521  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assignment: How Two Body Systems Interrelate to Perform Named Functions

    D1 – Analyse how two body systems interrelate to perform named functions The circulatory system and the respiratory system work closely together to ensure that organ tissues and systems receive enough oxygen. Oxygen is required for cellular functions such as cell respiration. This is so the body’s organs and cells can work at fully; it is done by releasing chemical energy with in stored foods. The air breathed in and held in the lungs is transferred to the blood. The blood is circulated by...

    Blood, Carbon dioxide, Cellular respiration 646  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lung Cancer in Humans and the Rat Respiratory Systems

    and the Rat Respiratory System The human respiratory system is very similar, if not practically identical, to the respiratory system of a rat. The only notable difference is the division of the lobes in human lungs. The left lung of a rat is composed of 1 lobe, while the right lung has 4 lobes. The right lung of a human contains 3 lobes and the left lung is composed of 2 lobes. Other than that (and some structural differences along with size) the human and rat respiratory systems work in the same...

    Cancer, Cancer staging, Carcinoma 881  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Maintenance of the Acid Base balance in the body

    of the Acid – Base balance in the body (D1) pH is measured based on its acidity and alkalinity. There are many substances around the body that have different pH values. A pH of 7 is usually considered neutral, neither acid nor alkaline, this is the pH of water. In the body the acids and bases need to be in very close balance, this is called ‘acid base homeostasis. If it goes off too far in either direction then it could be fatal to the body. For example in the body the blood has a pH value of around...

    Acid, Acid dissociation constant, Bicarbonate 1344  Words | 3  Pages

  • "Explain the concept of homeostasis with reference to the control of heart rate, breathing rate, body temperature and blood glucose levels"

    "Explain the concept of homeostasis with reference to the control of heart rate, breathing rate, body temperature and blood glucose levels" P5 Homeostasis is where the body keeps a constant internal environment. This involves all the metabolic processes taking place In the body as well as the blood, tissue fluid and all the contents in the body's cells. There are a range of variables from heart rate to the blood glucose levels that the body will take into account. Negative feedback will occur...

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