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The Respiratory and Circulatory System. By: Cameron Bagley Marliese Edgerly Liliana Ramirez Lissette Gonzalez. Trachea Trachea is located in the lower neck and upper chest area Inhale through your nose or mouth The oxygen enters the trachea Cilia move to keep

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the respiratory and circulatory system

The Respiratory and Circulatory System

By: Cameron Bagley

Marliese Edgerly

Liliana Ramirez

Lissette Gonzalez

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Trachea

Trachea is located

in the lower neck

and upper chest area

Inhale through

your nose or mouth

The oxygen

enters the trachea

Cilia move to keep

mucus and dirt out

of the lungs cilia>

bronchi and bronchioles
Bronchi and Bronchioles
  • Bronchi is branches that are located with in the lungs
  • Smaller bronchi are called bronchioles
  • Bronchioles are very tiny bronchi with air sacs at the end
air sacs
Air sacs
  • The air sacs are located in the lower-level of your chest
  • Air sacs are where oxygen enters the blood
  • Carbon dioxide leaves the blood
capillaries
Capillaries
  • Capillaries are located every where in the body
  • A capillary is the smallest blood vessel
  • Oxygen and glucose change blood cell to capillaries
  • They go to the capillaries to get a ride to the heart
the heart
The Heart
  • The heart is located to the left of the middle of your chest
  • The heart has two sides, left and right
  • Right side receives blood from the body
  • It pumps it to the lungs
  • Left side receives blood from the lungs

pumps to the whole body

  • The heart has four chambers
more about the heart
More about the Heart

>The first two are called atrium

> They fill their chambers with blood

that they receive

>they receive blood from

the body or lungs

>The other two on the

bottom are called

Ventricles

>They send blood to

The body and lungs

arteries and veins
Arteries and Veins
  • Arteries are blood vessels

Arteries >

  • They carry blood away from the heart
  • Arteries take the blood to other parts of the body
  • Veins are blood vessels
  • Veins transport blood toward the heart Veins>
comparison
The Circulatory and Respiratory System

makes you breathe

Sends blood to the lungs and body

Send oxygen to the body

No system can take the place of the circulatory or Respiratory systems

The Urinary System

Cleans blood

Gets rid of liquid wastes

The digestive can do some of the jobs the Urinary system can

Such as getting rid of liquid not necessarily the waste the urinary system gets rid of though

Comparison
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Kidshealth.org
  • Google
  • And like Luis's group said; our brains
the end
THE END

THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO OUR PRESENTATION!

BY:

CAMERON BAGLEY

LILIANA RAMIREZ

MARLIESE EDGERLY AND

LISSETTE GONZALEZ