• Blood and Circulation
    respiratory and circulatory systems work together to distribute oxygen to, and remove carbon dioxide from the cells of the body. The circulatory system and the respiratory system work closely together to ensure that organ tissues receive enough oxygen. Oxygen is required for cellular functions. The air...
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  • Unit 5 Health and Social Care
    metabolise energy. The main functions of the respiratory system are to maintain oxygen supply to cells, to remove water from the body, and to remove carbon dioxide from the body. It is divided into four sections, three of which are under the ‘external respiration’. These are breathing, gaseous exchange...
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  • Miss
    transports carbon dioxide to the respiratory system and the reason is because the respiratory system will need to expel the carbon dioxide from the body. This balance is necessary of oxygen and carbon monoxide to cells in producing energy that is used to move muscles and maintain the homeostatic temperature of the body....
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  • Body System
    travels from the fallopian tube to the uterus, where the fetus develops over a period of nine months. Respiratory System The respiratory system brings air into the body and removes carbon dioxide. It includes the nose, trachea, and lungs. When...
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  • FLVS Biology Module 7 notes
    function Lesson 7.02: Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Explain how the respiratory and circulatory systems work together The Respitory system gets oxygen into the Circulatory system that takes the Oxygen, through the blood stream, to other parts of the body. Describe the structures and...
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  • Religion
    picks up carbon dioxide and other waste to be eliminated from the body. Open and Closed Circulatory Systems In an open circulatory system, like that of the snail, blood carrying oxygen and nutrients is pumped into the body cavities, where it bathes the cells. When the heart relaxes, the blood is...
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  • Airway Management
    . Remove carbon dioxide and waste products from every cell in the body B. When one system is compromised, oxygen delivery is not effective. 1. Cellular death can result. C. Ventilation 1. Process of moving air into and out of the lungs 2. Necessary for oxygenation and...
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  • unit 5
    analyse how the two named body systems for example circulatory system and respiratory system interrelate to performed named functions. The circulatory system and the respiratory system work closely together to ensure that organ tissues receive enough oxygen. Oxygen is required for cellular functions...
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  • Biology Preliminary
    Urethra Lungs Skin Liver Function It allows organisms to take in oxygen from the air and remove carbon dioxide Enables gaseous exchange to occur between organisms and the environment Carries nutrients around the body Transports gases Distributes heat Removes toxins and pathogens To...
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  • excretory system
    . Homeostatsis is a term that refers to the balance of chemicals and elements within the body. 9. The lungs are a part of the respiratory and excretory systems. The lungs collect the metabolic waste carbon dioxide and eliminate it from the body. The circulatory system gathers the carbon dioxide from living...
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  • Physiological Principles for Health and Social Care
    in body tissue, it gives nutrients and oxygen to the cells and takes in carbon dioxide, water, and waste. The blood, which no longer contains oxygen and nutrients, then goes back to the heart through veins. Veins carry waste products away from cells and bring blood back to the heart , which pumps it...
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  • Homoeostasis
    M1.) The cardiovascular and the respiratory system both work toward the same goal: getting oxygen to tissues and getting carbon dioxide out. The circulatory system and the respiratory system work closely together to ensure that organ tissues receive enough oxygen. The aim of this report is to...
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  • Ifresh
    protect the body from disease-causing organisms. 7. Respiratory: moves oxygen into the blood and carbon dioxide out of the blood. 8. Excretory: removes cells’ waste product from the body. 9. Nervous: Receives and transmits messages throughout the body. 10. Endocrine: controls...
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  • Anatomy and Physiology How 2 Body Systems Work Together
    circulatory system will bring the carbon dioxide back to the lungs where the respiratory system will dispose of it. All of these systems work together to keep the body functioning; they all have different parts and roles throughout the body and this helps the body to breathe, to get rid of any waste products, to pump oxygen around the body, to digest food so we can use the nutrients as energy for breathing, muscle contractions etc....
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  • Lab Resp. System
    within minutes. The primary role of the respiratory system is to distribute oxygen to, and remove carbon dioxide from, the cells of the body. The respiratory system works hand in hand with the circulatory system to achieve this. The term respiration includes breathing—the movement of air in and...
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  • Exercise 7 Respiratory System Mechanics
    remove carbon dioxide from, the cells of the body. The respiratory system works hand in hand with the circulatory system to achieve this. The term respiration includes breathing—the movement of air in and out of the lungs, also known as ventilation—as well as the transport (via blood) of oxygen and...
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  • Circulatory system
    receive oxygen and remove waste. When you inhale, oxygen goes into your lungs and is transferred into the blood. Then the heart sends the blood and oxygen to the rest of the body. The circulatory and respiratory systems also remove carbon dioxide (waste). The body needs the circulatory and...
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  • Sport
    more oxygen and to get the waste products out of the body. The lungs are the main organ involved in the respiratory system. So in the lungs the oxygen is taken into the body and the carbon dioxide is breathed out. In our body there are things called red blood cells and these cells pick up the...
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  • Illustrate the structure and function of two major body systems and how they interrelate.
    . The circulatory system interrelates with the respiratory system in the sense that they work together to supply all the cells of the body with oxygen and to remove the carbon dioxide from the body through: - breathing, -gasses exchange between the lungs...
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  • Science
     damaging the body’s cells.  Chapter 3 – Human Body Systems  1.  What is respiration?  What is your respiratory system?  Respiration is the process by which animals take in oxygen and release carbon  dioxide. Your respiratory system is responsible for absorbing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide...
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