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Includes bibliographical references (p. 104) and index.
Gravity and the human circulatory system -- Overview of the human circulatory system -- The composition of blood -- Oxygen transport: the role of hemoglobin -- Anatomy of the circulatory system -- Pumping blood: how the heart works -- The control of blood pressure and distribution -- Circulatory responses to hemorrhage and exercise.
Describes the parts of the human circulatory system and the composition of blood and explains how the circulatory system functions; how it responds to exercise, hemorrhage, and changes in gravity; and why the control of blood pressure is important.
Young Adult$b Follett Library Resources