Circulatory Systems

  • System

    Part A Answer the following questions. You are assigned to design the database to keep track of student and the classes they have taken in the Mak Yung Tari Menari Club. The following are requirement of the system. The Mak Yung Tari Menari Club teaches traditional dancing and offers both private and group lessons. The club charges RM30 per hour each student for a private lesson and RM10 per hour for a group lesson. A student may come in as a single dancer or a couple. Each student has

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  • Systems Thinking

    Systems Thinking-Getting the Big Picture When we try to assemble the jigsaw pieces of organisational world, one important tool comes to rescue called Systems Thinking. In Simple terms, it is a way to view systems from a broader perspective and understand the micro structures, patterns and cycles rather than focussing on specific events in the system. This unique approach to problems is interwoven with system dynamics which was founded in 1956 by MIT professor Jay Forrester. To ingrain the concepts

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  • Systems

    can view or print reports from the web. In addition, they can download reports for further analysis and alteration without impacting the published report. The corporate systems IT security department will grant access to reports on the web to financial business customers. To request access, the user will contact financial systems support. Without authorization, the user will not be able to access the site, and will receive the message: 'Access Denied. You are not authorized to access this resource

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  • Circulatory System

    The circulatory system The circulatory system’s function is to move substances around the body. These substances consist of respiratory gases (carbon dioxide and oxygen) and food. The heart is a little larger than the size of a clenched fist and is located between the lungs. It is a muscular pump which forces blood around a system of blood vessels namely arties, veins and capillaries. The primary purpose of the heart is to pump blood at 60 to 80 times per minute to deliver oxygen and nutrients

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  • System

    IS2202 Computer Systems Architecture Lecture review pipeline and memory hierarchy EECS 252 Graduate Computer  Architecture Computer Systems Architecture Review of Pipeline and cache  memory concepts t Mats Brorsson, professor, tel. 790 4121 Lec 3 – Performance  + Pipeline Review  Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences El t i l E i i dC t S i University of California, Berkeley http://www‐ David Patterson

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  • System

    ASSIGNMENT 1 Q1.What is a system? Explain various System Development Approaches in detail. According to you which approach is best? Justify your answer. Ans1. A system is a set of interacting or interdependent components forming an integrated whole or a set of elements and relationships which are different from relationships of the set or its elements to other elements or sets. The elements of a system are: * Input and output * Process * Control * Feedback * Environment

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  • System

    Use the Internet to research and evaluate two (2) commercial HR database systems for your organization. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each system and, based on your knowledge of human resources and database systems, propose one (1) package that would fit the needs of your organization. Suggest three (3) specific reasons why you would recommend that system over the other. Human resources database software typically offers a myriad of features. Some manage

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  • Cardiovascular System

    The Circulatory System Rajat Goyal and Michelle Fater Table of Contents Table of Contents Human Organ Systems The Circulatory System Open Circulatory System Closed Circulatory System Functions of the System Heart Pulse Chambers of the Heart Arteries Veins Blood Oxygenation of Blood Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells Antigens Plasma Cells and Platelets Circulatory Systems of Other Organisms Mammals and Birds Amphibians and Reptiles Fish First Aid Glossary About the Authors Illustration Credits 1

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  • Respiratory System

    Anatomy & Physiology of the Respiratory System respiratory system The respiratory system is situated in the thorax, and is responsible for gaseous exchange between the circulatory system and the outside world. Air is taken in via the upper airways (the nasal cavity, pharynx and larynx) through the lower airways (trachea, primary bronchi and bronchial tree) and into the small bronchioles and alveoli within the lung tissue. Move the pointer over the coloured regions of the diagram; the names

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  • Systems

    (Roberts et al, 2003). Whereas the point system acts as an incentive to praise and reward students’ for good behavior it can also hinder their self-esteem. This was created by his teacher Ms. Dunn. One time X became frustrated because he did not do well on his points. This affected him in a negative way. Often times, an incentive can make or break a child’s self-confidence, especially if he or she has difficulty controlling their emotions. the point system is a good thing for exceptional students’

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  • Body Systems

    Bodily Systems and the Spatial-Functional Structure of the Human Body Barry Smith, PhD1,2, Igor Papakin1, Katherine Munn1 1Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science Faculty of Medicine, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany 2Department of Philosophy, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA Abstract. The human body as conceived by medical science is a system made of systems. The body is divided into bodily systems proper, such as the endocrine and circulatory

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  • Systems of the Human Body

    Systems of the Human Body There are many systems in the human body. These systems include the circulatory system, respiratory system, immune system, skeletal system, excretory system, urinary system, muscular system, endocrine system, digestive system, nervous system and the reproductive system. I will give the basics on each system. The circulatory system includes the heart and blood vessels. It pumps blood to the body which sends oxygen to the cells and takes away waste. The respiratory

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  • It Systems

    information through "expansion" yet information mining compares to "division". Other striking distinction is that while information mining apparatuses model information and return noteworthy principles, OLAP will direct examination and complexity systems along business size continuously. (b) What is a data warehouse? How is it different from a traditional database used to support OLTP? Data warehouse: A Data warehouse is the establishment for a fruitful BI program. The notion of information warehousing

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  • Describe the Lymphatic System and It's Relationship with the Blood System

    Describe the Lymphatic system and it’s interdependence with the blood system The lymphatic system is a secondary circulatory system made up of a network of vessels which transport a fluid called lymph through a series of filtering stations called nodes. Before it returns to the veinous system It has a population of white blood cells in the nodes that deals with bacteria in a number of ways. The principle function is to patrol and protect the body from infection. The lymphatic system also picks up most

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  • Summary of Systems

    Summary Circulatory System The circulatory system is made up of the heart, blood and blood vessels known as arteries, capillaries and veins. The heart pumps blood throughout your body through the blood vessels. Blood delivers oxygen and nutrients to cells and carries away carbon dioxide and other waste materials. The heart looks like an upside-down pear. It is about the size of your closed fist. It is almost in the middle of your chest. The heart is made of muscle divided into four parts

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  • Distributed Systems and Centralized Systems

    Distributed System and Centralized Failures By Kentrell Lanier POS/355 March 28, 2014 Paul Borkowski Distributed System and Centralized System Failures Distributed system is many computers linked together that take on different tasks and act like one big computer. Distributed system is found in business across the world. When computers are linked together they share the same database and server. Distributed system is constructed for resource sharing, computation speedup, reliability, and communication

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  • System

    #15 Aircraft Hydraulic Systems Managers should always make sure these systems are always properly serviced and bleed after any maintenance is done to prevent air in the system. Air in these systems may not seem like a big deal, but air is compressible and when entering components, they are weak. The force of air onto a spoiler surface pushes down due to air in a spoiler actuator. Pilots should watch for sudden system pressure and quantity drops, which could be the result in several things

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  • It System

    differences depending on what is being used for tracking values. R3. From a service perspective, what is an important difference between a symmetric-key system and a public-key system? Answer: One very important difference between these two systems is both the sender and receiver must be aware of what the same (secret) key. In public key systems, the encryption and decryption keys different. The encryption key is well recognized by everybody (including the sender),while the decryption key is well

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  • System

    • System Integrity/Validation and Final Project Summary o Project Summary o Over the past six weeks, our firm has analyzed the accounting information systems of Kudler Fine Foods. We have discussed their current computer system and evaluated the possibility of threats to it and recommend integrated software solutions. The T3 line at Kudler is clearly more data transmission than is necessary for the company, so it was recommended they switch to T1 dedicated line to reduce costs. Due to the

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  • Circulatory System

    The circulatory system transports nutrients, gases, and metabolic wastes. It also helps to regulate the temperature of the body and is part of the defensive system. The Heart - The Human heart has 4 chambers, left and right atrium and left and right ventricle. - The left side of the heart pumps the oxygenated blood to the body while the right side of the heart pumps deoxygenated blood to the lungs - Right ventricle pumps deoxygenated blood to lungs. - Left ventricle pumps oxygenated blood to the

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  • System

    Wellness Plate” and reminded me about moderation and balance in diet. After that, he recommended some products (which are, of course, Nestlé products) that I can include in my diet. A free cereal drink was even given to me. One reason why this system is effective is that the assigned people to give consultancy service are registered nutritionist. Without knowing this fact, seeing them in their white uniform alone makes them look reliable. This attracts the consumers to avail the service. Once

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  • Exploring Endocrine, Circulatory, and Respiratory Systems

    Title: Exploring Endocrine, Circulatory, and Respiratory Systems Instructions: Your lab report will consist of the completed tables. Label each component of the endocrine, cardiovascular (circulatory), and respiratory systems and their functions in the following tables. When your lab report is complete, submit this document to your instructor in your assignment box. 1. Endocrine System: Observe the diagram showing the major organs of the endocrine system. Using the textbook and Virtual

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  • Circulatory and Respiratory

    Circulation and Respiration Circulatory system -exchange materials by diffusion( movement of gases) -consist of: pump,vessels (vascular) system, circulating fluid 2 Types of circulatory Cardiovascular system -Heart (2 chambers) 2 atria(upper) 2 ventricles(low) -Blood vessels arteries(goes away form he heart) capillaries(transitions area) lungs- oxygen in, carbon dioxide out tissues-oxygen out, carbon dioxide in veins (go to the heart)

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  • System

    prepared and submitted by “Juan A. Dela Cruz, Juana B. De Jesus and Procorpio I. Tiburcio” in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) had been presented and passed the Oral and System Examination. ______________________________ ____________________________________ MR. RODRIGO C. BELLEZA MS. PATRICIA LOUISE S. DESCALLAR Technical Adviser Capstone Project Coordinator Approved by the Panel of Examiners for Oral and Software

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  • System

    INHABITANTS INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR BARANGAY ISOK II Submitter By: Harley Dave Lazarte BSI/T 3B Submitter To: Mr. Rolan M. Macarang (College Lecturer) CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION In the past few decades there has been a revolution in computing and communications, and all indications are that technological progress and use of information technology will continue at a rapid pace. Today, of course, the Internet, the Web and Computerize System have transformed commerce, creating entirely

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  • Circulatory System of Mammals

    22-Sep-12 Circulatory system of mammals • • Blood flows through the heart as a result of pressure differences Blood moves via mass flow which is movement of material from high to low pressure Explain the cardiac cycle and its initiation Discuss the internal factors that control heart action Refers to the sequence of contraction and relaxation of the heart chamber during one heartbeat Systole: heart muscle is contracted Diastole: heart muscle is relaxed Cardiac output is the amount of

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  • Circulatory System

    The Circulatory System The circulatory system transports materials throughout an animal’s body in a fluid called blood. In mammals, as in other vertebrates, blood is confined to a closed system of vessels and is distinct from the liquid (interstitial fluid) that surrounds the cells of the surrounding tissue. Blood is pumped away from the heart and courses through vessels of decreasing diameter that branch into the organs and tissues of the body: these vessels are arteries, arterioles, and capillaries

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  • Human Reproductive System

    The Female Reproductive System Human reproduction, always an object of the most intense interest, has lately become the darling of the media, the subject of innumerable television talk shows, magazine articles, and newspaper editorials. With each new medical breakthrough in fertility and family planning, the noise level grows higher. From elementary school onward we're now deluged with information, some factual, some not on menstruation and menopause, conception and contraception. Sorting it all

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  • System

    Information System Environmental Management System Goals and Progress q Construction of an Environmental Goals and Progress q To promote continuous Environmental Management Information System Environmental Management System of the Ricoh Group The Ricoh Group is a global entity that operates on an international scale. It respects the ISO 14001 environmental management system, which has received worldwide recognition, and is constructing an environmental management system that complies

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  • Systems

    The Legal System and ADR Analysis LAW/531 12/08/2014 Shannon Allen Introduction / Purpose At the cost of doing business it is necessary to always secure and stabilize conflicts that may interrupt the flow of business. Efficient resolution may not only same money and time, but keep messy disputes out of the public light and social network which may have the power to shame the name of an organization. There are various methods used in resolutions; traditional court case resolution and

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  • Mammalian Gas Exchange Systems

    The Mammalian Circulatory and Gas Exchange Systems Radwa Abdallah Professor Yan Xu Fundamentals of Biology II Lab February 20, 2014 Objectives The objectives of the Circulatory System laboratory experiment included observing and learning to identify the structural characteristics, mostly arteries and veins, in the chest cavity of the fetal pig, which would further the understanding of the heart and lungs in most other mammals; another objective was to understand blood pressure and heart

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  • Body Systems Health and Social Care

    The main body systems The main body systems are: The respiratory system The nervous system The reproductive system The digestive system The lymphatic system The cardiovascular system The renal system The endocrine system The immune system The musculoskeletal system The respiratory system The respiratory system is what helps us with our breathing, it helps us inhale oxygen

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  • Biology Body Systems

    Group 3 Respiratory System * Consists of organs responsible for carrying oxygen from the air to the bloodstream and for expelling the waste product carbon dioxide. * Air passes from the nose or mouth via various respiratory passages, to millions of balloons like sacs, the alveoli in the lungs. Respiration -term for the processes by which oxygen reaches body cells and is utilized by them in metabolism bywhich carbon dioxide is eliminated. Parts of the Respiratory System * Nose-The uppermost

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  • Exploring Endocrine, Circulatory, and Respiratory Systems

    Phase 4 Lab Report Part 2 Title: Exploring Endocrine, Circulatory, and Respiratory Systems Instructions: Your lab report from Part 1 along with the Part 2 activity will serve as a guide to answer the questions and to complete the tables for the endocrine, cardiovascular (circulatory), and respiratory systems. When your lab report is complete, submit this document to your instructor in your assignment box. 1. Endocrine System Question 1: How does the insulin and glucagon secreted

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  • System Connections

    System Connections Sara Lenz HCS/230 August 1, 2011 Michael Allar, Ph.D. System Connections The Lymphatic System has four major structures lymphocytes, lymphatic vessels, lymphoid organs, and lymphoid nodules (Martini & Bartholomew, 2010). The functions of the lymphatic system are to provide the body with an immune system to fight off infections, bacteria, and any foreign invader that enters the body and maintains the balance of fluids in the internal environment (Cayuga School District

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  • Upper Endocrine System

    messengers. They regulate and integrate body functions. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM The endocrine system refers to the collection of glands of an organism that secrete hormones directly into the circulatory system to be carried towards distant target organs. It is a system that controls body functions such as sleep, sexual behavior, digestion, metabolism, and physical development. The endocrine system is an information signal system like the nervous system, yet its effects and mechanism are classifiably different

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  • Cardiovacular System

    P4 Cardiovascular system The cardiovascular system is made up of blood vessels and your heart. The heart pumps oxygen and blood around your body allowing you to survive. It transports carbon dioxide which is a waste product from your body to your lungs. When you breathe out, carbon dioxide is removed from your body. Three main functions: Transportation - The system transports blood to most of the bodies tissues. In the blood there is special nutrients and oxygen which help us develop

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  • Cardiovascular System

    P4 Cardiovascular system The cardiovascular system is made up of blood vessels and your heart. The heart pumps oxygen and blood around your body allowing you to survive. It transports carbon dioxide which is a waste product from your body to your lungs. When you breathe out, carbon dioxide is removed from your body. Three main functions: Transportation - The system transports blood to most of the bodies tissues. In the blood there is special nutrients and oxygen which help us develop

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  • System

    Inventory System Background of the Study Effective inventory management is an important part of a manager’s job. Managers are tasked to make consistent, reliable, and timely decisions under the challenges of uncertainty, pressure, and lack of information. It is often that managers do not have enough time or information to make a perfect decision but they are forced to solve problems using resources within their control. Effective inventory control requires managers to ensure inventories of the

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  • Online Order System

    ICD-10 Coding Exercise Answer Key Diseases of the Digestive System (K00-K95) 1. K65.0 2. K56.0 3. K68.12 4. K63.81 5. K75.1 6. K81.1 7. K90.1 8. K80.80 9. K72.01 10. K35.3 Diseases of the Respiratory System (J00-J99) 1. J94.2 2. J85.0 3. J84.114 4. J82 5. J80 6. J81.0 7. J98.01 8. J98.6 9. J98.5 10. J95.811 Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue (K00-K95) 1. L93.0 2. L60.0 3. L91.0 4. L40.9 5. L92.9 6.

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  • Body Systems

    machinery. It is made up of many different systems that work together to allow us to take part in a wide range of sports and everyday activities. It is important that anyone working with clients in the sport and exercise industry has a good understanding of how each of these systems works and copes with the stresses of exercise. This unit will explore the structure and the functions of the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems and how each of them is affected by exercise

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  • Systems

    differences between, and uses of, CISC and RISC processors.Multicore and parallel systems. | GPUs and their uses (including those not related to graphics). | Input, output and storage | How different input output and storage devices can be applied as a solution of different problems.The uses of magnetic, flash and optical storage devices.RAM and ROM.Virtual storage. | | 2 Software and software development | Operating systems | The need for, function and purpose of operating systems.Memory management

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  • Circulatory Paper

    [pic] Guidelines for Prevention of Neonatal Group B Streptococcal Infection Purpose of Policy: Intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis (IAP) to prevent neonatal Group B Streptococcal (GBS) disease has reduced the incidence of invasive early-onset GBS infections in newborns by 70%. The revised 2002 CDC guidelines for the prevention of GBS disease are based upon universal screening for GBS in all pregnant women. Scope of Policy: Nurses, LIP with OB privileges, residents Policy/guideline:

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  • Lymph System

    YourFirstName YourLastName Instructor's Name Course Title 16 December 2015 Lymphatic And Immune System The Lymphatic System Anatomy The lymphatic system is closely related to the cardiovascular system. It is composed of lymphatic vessels, lymphoid tissues and organs, and lymph. The lymphatic vessels are composed of capillaries, collecting vessels, and trunks (Klein, 2010). Lymphatic capillaries drain into the collecting ducts that drain into the trunks. The trunks drain

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  • Science as a Belief System

    To what extent are science and religion considered to be a variety belief system? A belief system is a framework of ideas that are shared by an individual, community or group. These ideas define our personal sense of "reality" and universe of meaning. It is believed that over two billion of the world’s population significantly rely on a religious belief system to help them understand the world, however belief systems are not only confined to this sphere. Political ideologies such as communism for

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  • Health Care System

    The development of a national system of health care in the United States has remained a major topic of debate throughout the United States, especially since the 1980s. Healthcare costs in the United States have risen dramatically during the past 40 years, due in part to longer average life spans, which give rise to greater costs because older citizens require greater care, and the employment of technologies that extend the life of patients, which generally results in greater spending. Insurance costs

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  • Systems

    survey of the alumni on the basis of your outstanding performance and contribution as a student of the MBA Health and Hospital Management Program. A questionnaire has been designed to get your feedback on how we can improve on the current existing system. We would be much obliged if you could respond with the completed survey by Thursday, 5th April 2012. Your valuable response will help us to make recommendations to the management and therefore is highly appreciated. Thanking you in anticipation.

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  • Information System Controls for Systems Reliability

    CHAPTER 7 INFORMATION SYSTEM CONTROLS for SYSTEMS RELIABILITY SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 7.1 1. Encryption is the final layer of preventative controls in that encrypting data provides a barrier against an intruder who has obtained access to company data. Encryption employing a digital signature and a public key infrastructure (PKI) can also strengthen authentication procedures and helps to ensure and verify the validity of e-business transactions.

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  • It Systems

    Introduction to Information Systems There is a structure that comes with information systems, ones that will be beneficial to our workers and to us as business owners. I will cover both that I feel will be the most applicable to our record store. I feel that we need multiple systems that will benefit us with accessibility and understanding of the systems, The transaction processing system is the bottom part of the structure to use for the employees because it has many different unique uses

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  • The Circulatory and Nervous System

    and physiology, 8th ed. The Circulatory System is the main transportation and cooling system for the body. The Red Blood Cells act like billions of little UPS trucks carrying all sorts of packages that are needed by all the cells in the body. Instead of UPS, I'll call them RBC's. RBC's carry oxygen and nutrients to the cells. Every cell in the body requires oxygen to remain alive. Besides RBC's, there are also White Blood Cells moving in the circulatory system traffic. White Blood Cells are the

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