Introduction to Circulatory System
The circulatory system is a network that carries blood throughout the body. All animals except the simplest kinds have some type of circulatory system. The human circulatory system supplies the cells of the body with the food and oxygen need
to survive. At the same time, it carriescarbon dioxide and other wastes away from the cells. The circulatory system also helps regulatebody temperature and carries substances that protect the body from disease. In addition, the system transports chemical substances called hormones, which help regulate the activities of various parts of the body.
Function of the body system, or what circulatory does and is responsible for doing?
important role as well.The lungs, for example, are responsible for moving oxygen and other gases to and from the blood. The liver filters and detoxifies the bloodand other gases to and from the blood.The liver filters and detoxifies the blood sites for the production of red blood cells.The spleen stores red blood cells and white blood cells.The kidneys filter out cellular wastes from the blood and helps regulate the pH int he bloodstream.
Interactions with other systems