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Unformatted text preview: B. Major Functions 1 Anatomy 1 1. primarily a transport system moving blood a. oxygen, carbon dioxide, ions (salts Na,K,Ca,Cl) b. nutrients and waste c. hormones and proteins d. white blood cells and antibodies VIII. Lymphatic System A. Major Components 1. lymph nodes and vessels 2. spleen 3. thymus 4. other scattered lymph tissue B. Major Functions 1. location of lymphocytes involved in body immunity 2. remove pathogens and debris from blood 3. returns leaked fluid to blood vessels XI. Respiratory System A. Major Components 1. nasal passages 2. pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi 3. lungs B. Major Functions 1. remove carbon dioxide from blood 2. allow blood to uptake oxygen from environment 2...
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