Functions of the vascular system, Biology

Functions of the Vascular System

The major function of the circulatory system is to provide a transport mechanism for the blood flow to and from the heart. The vascular system provides oxygen and nutrients through the arterial system and capillary bed and removes metabolic waste produces via the venous system.

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