The five functions of the human circulatory system are the transportation of hormones, oxygen and nutrients; the removal of waste; the stabilization of the pH of bodily fluids; the maintenance of body temperature; and th... More »

The circulatory system of a rat is responsible for circulating blood through the body and organs. Pulmonary circulation refers to the process of oxygenating the body, while systemic circulation refers to the moving of bl... More »

Muscles aid in movement, stability, posture, circulation, digestion and breathing; they also assist in the production of heat. Forty percent of the human body is comprised of muscles, and the three main types are skeleta... More »

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Blood, a liquid made up of plasma and cells, has several functions including controlling body temperature, supplying oxygen and nutrients, removing waste, assisting the immune system and transporting hormones. Blood cell... More »

The main function of the circulatory system is transporting blood, oxygen, hormones, nutrients and other important substances throughout the body. The circulatory system is actually two separate systems of circulation, p... More »

Sometimes condensed into less than seven functions, the human urinary system acts to remove the waste products of urea and uric acid, regulate electrolytes, regulate the pH of blood, control blood volume, maintain blood ... More »

Blood transports nutrients, oxygen, waste materials, hormones, proteins that need to be redistributed in the body and clotting factors. Oxygen bound to hemoglobin is transported via red blood cells. After the oxygen has ... More »