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Biology / Transport of Nutrients in Living things

Biology / Transport of Nutrients in Living things

Animals need food and oxygen to be alive. They use oxygen from the air they breathe, absorb nutrients from the food they eat and give out harmful products like nitrogenous wastes and Carbon dioxide.
This intake of food and oxygen and the removal of wastes is done by the transport system comprising of blood, blood vessels and heart.
The to and fro movement of the blood from the heart to all parts of the body and back to the heart is called blood circulatory system.
The circulatory system in animals consists of blood, blood vessels and heart. The blood flows through the blood vessels. This flow of blood is regulated by heart.

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  • Transport of Nutrients in Living Things - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Transport of Nutrients in Living Things

    • Accessed by: 523 Students
    • Average Time: 00:04:29
    • Average Score: 48.51
    • Questions: 68
    • Circulatory system in human beings
    • Blood cells
    • Functions of the blood
    • Transport of water in Plants
    • Transpiration helps absorption
    • Introduction to Transport in animals and plants
    • Blood Vessels
    • Human Heart
    • Review of Transport in Animals and Plants
    • Absorption of minerals in Plants
    • Transport of food in Plants
    • Blood circulation
    • Blood groups and blood transfusion
    • Rhesus factor
    • Heartbeat and Pulse
  • Transport of food & minerals in Humans

    Learnhive lesson on Transport of food and minerals in animals/humans.

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    Transport of Nutrients in Living Things -- Su

    Learnhive Lesson on Transport of Nutrients in Living Things

    • Accessed by: 519 Students

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