Biology Practicals Class 12
Human Circulatory System – Body Fluids and Circulation
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- In this simulation for the human circulatory system class 12, you will learn about the structures and functions of various parts of the circulatory system.
- You will learn about blood and cells of the circulatory system.
- You will understand the process of circulation along with its regulation.
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The circulatory system is the to-and-fro movement of blood carried out by the heart. It is also called the cardiovascular system. It is an essential mechanism for transporting required nutrients to every cell. It also helps remove waste or harmful substances produced, for the body’s healthy functioning.
Vertebrates circulate blood, a fluid connective tissue, throughout bodies to deliver nutrients to the cells and remove waste. For the transportation of some chemicals, lymph (tissue fluid) is another fluid that is utilized. Plasma, formed components, and a fluid matrix make up blood.
The produced elements are made up of red blood cells (RBCs, erythrocytes), white blood cells (WBCs, leucocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes). The human circulatory system has the heart as a central organ, blood cells, and various components to work in a coordinated manner. There is a different type of circulation observed in different organisms. You will learn about the system, its types, how to examine it, its regulation, and its associated disorders.
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Requirements for this Science Experiment
⦁ Circulatory System ⦁ Erythrocytes ⦁ Coagulation of blood ⦁ Heart