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How does the circulatory system and the respiratory system work together during exercise?
The cardio-respiratory system works together to get oxygen to the working muscles and remove carbon dioxide from the body. During exercise the muscles need more oxygen in order to contract and they produce more carbon dioxide as a waste product.
How is the immune system connected to other systems?
The immune system and the nervous system maintain extensive communication, including ‘hardwiring’ of sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves to lymphoid organs. Neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, norepinephrine, vasoactive intestinal peptide, substance P and histamine modulate immune activity.
How does the respiratory system interact with the circulatory system?
The respiratory system interacts with the circulatory system to transfer oxygen from fresh air to red blood cells in the lung arteries while also releasing carbon dioxide from the blood into the air in the lungs. When a person exhales, this used air leaves the body.
Why does the respiratory system need the circulation system?
The human respiratory and circulatory systems work together to supply the body with oxygen and get rid of waste carbon dioxide . While the former deals with air and the latter with blood, they work together seamlessly by coordinating the functions of the many parts of each system.
Does the respiratory system interact with the other systems?
The respiratory system interacts with the circulatory system , because the circulatory system is able to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide throughout the body from the respiratory system. Another system interaction is the sharing of the Pharnyx by the digestive and respiratory system, because it is used to swallow food and to breathe.
How is the respiratory system connected to other systems?
Circulatory System – The connection between the circulatory system and the respiratory system is the respiratory system takes in oxygen through the mouth and nose and then it goes down the trachea into the lungs. Then the oxygen goes to the heart where it is sent out of the heart in blood to other parts of the body.