Describe circulatory system, Biology

Circulatory system: One of the eleven major body organ systems in animals; carbon dioxide, nutrients, transports oxygen, and waste products between the cells and the respiratory system and carries chemical signals from endocrine system; basically consists of the blood, heart, and blood vessels.

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