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circulatory system carries oxygen, food, and wastes throughout the body; heart, blood vessels, and blood make up this system; works with the respiratory and digestive systems
circulate flow of air
respiratory system takes in oxygen from air in your lungs
respiration process of breathing in oxygen and breathing out carbon dioxide
air what we breathe; gases around us
autonomic carries out the activities of our body without thinking
carbon dioxide move from cells to the blood; breathed out of our body
cell membrane outer covering of a cell; keeps all cell materials inside
fluid liquids and/or gases such as water
nutrients circulatory system absorbs these and carries them to the cells of your body
oxygen circulatory system carries this to every cell of your body
pulmonary artery the artery that leaves the heart and enters the lungs
heart center of the circulatory system; pumps blood through blood vessels
pulse heart must push blood through your body faster during physical exercise to supply it with the oxygen it needs; you can tell how fast your heart is beating by finding this
red blood cell solid part of blood; has hemoglobin which carries oxygen around in the body
vein blood moves through these back to the heart
ventricle sends blood to the arteries
tissue many cells arranged in layers; collection of cells carrying out different functions
valve open and then close tightly to keep blood moving in the same direction through your circulatory system
blood vessels (arteries); the heart pumps blood through these to then move the blood through into capillaries
capillaries oxygen and food move from the blood to the body's cells
Created by: crstone