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Relation between the circulatory and digestive systems

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Transcript of Relation between the circulatory and digestive systems

Relation between the two systems
We got the power?
(Relation between digestive and circulatory systems)

Index
Function of the digestive system.
parts of the digestive system
Images of the digestive system.
Function of the circulatory system.
parts of the circulatory system
Images of the circulatory system.
Relation between circulatory and digestive system.
Conclusion. bibliography
Digestive Sytem
Circulatory system
The circulatory system is responsible of get nutrients to all your body, those nutrients came from the pancreas that gives them to the bloodstream to take it to the heart, were the hearth distribute them to many blood vessels to take the nutrients to all the organs in the body.

The relation between the circulatory system and the digestive system is that they both work together (as well with the respiratory) to get energy for the body. First the digestive system get the nutrients from the food by the liver, then the pancreas send them to the bloodstream, then your circulatory system start his process by giving the nutrients to the hearth, then the hearth send the nutrients in distinct vessels to deliver the nutrients to all the organs in the body. Thats how they generate energy and cooperate together, so if one system is malfunctioning, the other too.

conclusion
The digestive system ,that is in charge of absorbing nutrients from food and dispose the waste and the circulatory system, that is in charge of transporting the blood and nutrients around the body, share a relationship, both fo them generate energy by coworking; the digestive system processes all the nutrients adn the circulatory system send them to the heart and it pups it by the blood to all the different organs in the body
bibliography
By: Felipe Arenas Uribe
Daniel Londoño Moreno
Pablo van Cotthem Vivas
(Students from seventh grade in the Gimnasio Campestre)
The main work or function of the digestive system is to absorb nutrients from food and liquids, and to throw out of the body the waste.
This photo shows the digestive system of the humans and its parts.

(http://kcoad1.wikispaces.com/The+Human+Digestive+System)

Meat is an excellent source of protein for the body
(http://www.greanvillepost.com/2013/04/07/the-high-cost-of-cheap-meat/)


Water is an excellent liquid to be hydrated and healthy.
(http://www.belokawater.com.au/media_room/easyblog/tags/tag/benefits-of-drinking-water)


The hearth: is responsible of sending oxygenate-blood with nutrients to all you body by pumping it. It is divided in two sides, the left side pump the oxygenate-blood from the lungs to all your body, and the right side pumps the blood into the lungs.

Lungs:They are responsible for oxygenate the blood

Blood vessels:The blood vessels are responsible of taking all the blood that the hearth pumps out. There are the arteries that are in charge to give the oxygenate blood to the body and the veins that take the not oxygenate blood to the hearth.

This image represents the heart and all the blood vessels

http://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archivo:Human_Heart_and_Circulatory_System.png

this image represents the arterial circulation(red) and the venous circulation(blue)
http://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archivo:Human_Heart_and_Circulatory_System.png

This image shows the amount of venous circulation in the hands
http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/circulatory-system

This image shows the parts of both systems in the human body
http://www.inmagine.com/spl015/spl015682-photo

Eitnier, J. (2013). Energy transport. Retrieved from https://www.healthtap.com/
Favors, L. (n.d.). Function of digestive organs within the cardiovascular system. Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_4843877_digestive-organs-within-cardiovascular-system.html
Better Healt Channel. (2012, september). Circulatory system. Retrieved from http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Circulatory_system
Dowshen , S. (2013, January). Your heart & circulatory system. Retrieved from http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/heart.html


Durani, Y. (2012, october). Digestive system. Retrieved from http://kidshealth.org/parent/general/body_basics/digestive.html

National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse. (2013, January 29). Your digestive system and how it works. Retrieved from http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/yrdd/

Cleveland,C.(2009). The Structure and Function of the Digestive System. Retrieved from http://my.clevelandclinic.org/anatomy/digestive_system/hic_the_structure_and_function_of_the_digestive_system.aspx




Parts and functions

Mouth: breaking the food into little pieces, so the food could be processed easier.

Esophagus: connecion from mouth to stomach

Stomach: food is mixed with enzymes, so the protein absorption process is easier.

Small intestine: “breaks down food using enzymes released by the pancreas and bile from the liver.”(Cleveland,C., 2009)
Pancreas: helps metabolizing the sugar, and sends it to the bloodstream.

Liver: processes the nutrients from the small intestine. Digests fat and it takes raw materials from the intestine .

Gallbladder: “stores and concentrates bile to help absorb and digest fats.” (Cleveland,C.,2009)
Large intestine: absorb water and processes the wastes.

Rectum: like a pipe that connects the large intestine with the anus.

Anus: organ that releases waste.
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