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THE ROLE OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IN THE TRANSPORT OF SUBST

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THE ROLE OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IN THE TRANSPORT OF SUBSTANCE
Pulmonary & Systemic Circulation
THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM- TRANSPORT
The absorption and circulation of materials throughout an organism.

In general, the blood is a fluid tissue helping to maintain
homeostasis
for all cells in the body.

Transport of needed substances to body cells. (oxygen, amino acids, glucose, fatty acids, glycerol, salts ,etc.)
THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING A HEALTHY HEART
To prevent from various heart problems such as heart attack.

To keep a good flow of blood.

To keep good circulation.

To feel more better, more energised, and more happier.
THE END
SITI ZAHIRAH BINTI OMAR AZIZ
PUAN SARIPAH ABDUL KARIM
3 JAYA
2014
B3D4E1
The Human Circulatory System
Includes the heart, blood tissue, and the blood vessels.
Heart pumps blood troughout the body.
FUNCTION OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
1.Delivers
food
and
oxygen
to body cells.
2.Carries
carbon dioxide
and others waste products away from cells.
movement of materials into and out of cells occurs by
diffusion
(from an area of high concentration to low concentration- no energy required.

movement also occurs by
active transport
(from an area of low concentration to high- this requires energy.
Consist of the right and left atria, and the right and the left ventricles.

The right side of the heart pumps blood to the lungs, while the left side pumps blood to the other parts of the body.
HEART
PATH OF BLOOD FLOW
Whole body except lungs
Vena cava
Right atrium
Tricuspid valve
Right ventricle
Semilunar valve
Pulmonary artery
Lungs
Pulmonary vein
Left atrium
Bicuspid valve
Left ventricle
Semilunar valve
Aorta
THE PULMONARY CIRCULATION
Transport blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart. [heart lungs heart]
Ensures that blood poor in oxygen receives fresh oxygen supplies in the lungs.
THE SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
Transport blood from the heart to all parts of the body and back to the heart.
[heart all parts of the body (except the lungs)
[heart
Ensures body cells and body tissues receive oxygenated blood and metabolic waste products like carbon dioxide to be expelled.
Transport of wastes
from cells. (urea water , carbon dioxide in the form of the bicarbonate ion)

Helps to maintain a
constant body temperature
.

Aids the body in
fighting disease
.
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