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Shelby Truax

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Coppell East

on 5 May 2010

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A) Blood passing through the lungs Not Correct
The Lungs help the respatory system keep going. The blood helps keep the lungs going, not the other way around. B) Blood flowing out of the
capillaries Not Correct
The capillaries only help the blood move
between artieries to vains. They do not help keep it going. C) The kidneys filltering out the
waste from blood. Not Correct
The kidneys only take the waste out of the blood. This does not keep them going or start them. D) The heart pumping blood through vessels What do you think supplies the force that maintains the blood preasure ? Correct!!!
The heart is where your blood starts from. Without the beating of your heart(pumping blood) then you could not function right. The blood could not make it to all of the parts it needs to go to. Which activity supplies the force that maintains blood preasure in the human circulatory system? Circulatory System The main parts of the circulatory system are the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins. Arteries carry the oxegen and other inportant things away from the heart. (An ewample is the Aorta) Veins carry blood back to the heart. The blood doesnt have much nutrients left. The heart pumps the blood hard enough to get it all around your body and back to the heart. The heart is always pumping. (it is made of cardiac muscle) The capillaries transport blood from the arteries to the veins.
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