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Blood circulation

– It is a vital network for the body that transports blood to all of the body’s organs and tissues.
– Blood flows through the blood vessels thanks to the pumping of the heart. This circuit provides nutrients and oxygen to the cells.

What is blood circulation?
What organ drives blood?

Blood conduits

– Blood vessels or conduits are tubes that transport blood. They are labeled as follows: arteries (which carry oxygen and nutrients), veins (which carry waste) and capillaries (which connect veins and arteries).

What is the function of blood conduits?
Which are they and what are they for?


– It is a fluid that is vital for the survival of all of the body’s cells. It is transported by blood conduits, distributing the vital compounds that it is made of.

What is blood?
What is its function?