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Artery: :Largest blood vessels, which take blood from the heart to all parts of the body.
Vein: blood vessels that carry blood to the heart from the parts of the body.
Capillary: :The smallest blood vessels in the body
Atrium: 2 upper chambers of the heart, where blood enters the heart.
Ventricle: 2 lower chambers of the heart, where blood leaves the body.
Aorta: largest artey
plasma :in blood mostly made out of water
Red blood cell: delivers 02 and nutreints and waste
White blood cell: fights germs
Platelets : clots blood
Coronary Circulation: The group that transport blood and oxygen throughout the body to deliver
Cell Respiration: cells geting fresh sonstant supply of oxeygen
Hemoglobin: holdes oxeygen to the red blood cells
Hemoglobin holdes oxeygen to the red blood cells
Bone Marrow: in some bones and stores blood
Fibrin: : long lead like mess that clots blood
Clot: cells a wound by forming a thick consentrasen of blood
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