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Circulatory System Prezi
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Why do we need the Circulatory System?
*Moves blood through body to transport oxygen and nutrients to cells
*Removes cell waste & carbon dioxide
*Helps to regulate body temperature
* Heart (muscle)
* Arteries, Veins, Capillaries (blood
By: Lisa Di Martino 8B
Pumps blood throughout the body
Carry blood AWAY from heart
Carry blood TO heart
Bring nutrients and oxygen to tissues, carry out carbon dioxide and waste
*Red Blood Cells-
*All of this regulates the body temperature and oxygen is moved through the body
*The heart is a muscle in the human body that pumps blood to all of the human bodies cells
*It's made up of 2 upper chambers (the left & right atria) and 2 lower chambers (left & right vetricles) four chambers all together
*The heart controls the flow of blood throughout the whole body
Red Blood Cells:
~The most common type of blood cell
~They deliver oxygen to the body tissues through blood streams
White Blood Cells:
~They defend the body against infectious disease & foreign material
Carry Oxygenated Blood away from the Heart
They carry Deoxygenated Blood from body back to the Heart
The smallest blood vessels in the body, they allow exchange of water, oxygen, carbon dioxide & nutrients between blood
and body tissue
Order of Blood Flow
• Vena Cava
• Right Atrium
• Right Ventricle
• Pulmonary Artery
• Pulmonary Vein
• Left Atrium
• Left Ventricle