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Question: The roles of the cardiovascular system. The cardiovascular system is responsible for the distribution of blood in your body. 1. Homeostasis Regulation 2. Oxygen and Nutrient Distribution 3. Removal of Waste Materials 4.Protection
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1. Homeostasis Regulation The cardiovascular system promotes balance. For example, the cardiovascular system regulates body temperature by removing excEss heat through sweat when the body is too hot by sending more blood to organs and away when the body is cold 2. Oxygen and Nutrient Distribution The cardiovascular system distributes oxygen and nutrients to different parts of your body so 'oxygen-poor' blood flows towards your lungs and
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Unformatted text preview: the lungs filter the blood, making it 'oxygen-rich'. The filtered blood, nutrients and hormones are transported to other parts of your body via the arteries and at the capillary level cells get oxygen and nutrients 3. Removal of Waste Materials In exchange for oxygen-rich blood, nutrients and hormones, your body cells give off waste materials including carbon dioxide, urea and excess water. These waste materials are transported through your veins for elimination . 4. Protection The white blood cells protect your body against infections and foreign bodies. Also the blood produces antibodies, that deactivate the harmful actions of antigens ....
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course NPB 101L taught by Professor Goldberg during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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