Explain typical components of a closed circulatory system, Biology

What are the typical components of a closed circulatory system?

The typical components of the closed circulatory system are the blood vessels within which blood circulates (veins, arteries and capillaries), a pumping organ (heart) and the blood or bloodlike fluid.

 

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