1. - How does your organism receive oxygen and food?
Generates oxygenation reactions throughout the body, interacts withchemicals, nutrients, vitamins and minerals for the body to obtain higher levels of energy.
Circulatory: Circulation is the circulation to all body cells, from foodmolecules and oxygen, and the collection of carbon dioxide, water and ammonia or its derivatives
Diastole: Movement enlarged heart and arteries when the blood flows in the cavity.
Systole:Contraction of the atria, caused by the passage of blood to the respective ventricle through the atrioventricular valves
Myocardium: Heart muscle, situated between the pericardium and endocardiumSystematic: Science dealing with the classification especially dedicated to biological taxonomy:
Capillary: Extremely fine ducts, located next to blood capillaries and their content pass through thelymph nodes and ends in blood.
Immune: This is naturally or artificially protected against a specific disease: immune to rubella, immune to reinjection
Veins: Is a blood vessel that carries bloodfrom the capillaries to the heart.
Pulse: Intermittent throbbing of the arteries, which is felt in various parts of the body and is particularly evident in the wrist.
Sphygmomanometer: Classicalinstrument used to measure arterial blood pressure.
Pulmonary: Breathing body of man and vertebrates that live or may live out of water: it is fluffy structure, soft, flexible, whichcompresses and expands, and occupies part of the chest cavity.
1. - What are the components of the circulatory system? How do they function?
The heart, blood, and bloodvessels are the three structural elements that make up the circulatory system. The heard is the engine of the circulatory system.
Blood consist of three types of cells: oxygen – bearing red blood...