In this tutorial, we will be studying the different types of skeletal structures. We will focus in particular on the human skeleton. We will introduce the main features and functions of the human skeleton.
All living organisms require oxygen and nutrients, and a method of removing carbon dioxide and waste products. However, the circulatory system is not limited to the delivery of nutrients, gas exchange, and waste removal. Hormones, too, rely on the circulatory system to reach target organs, and the immune system depends on the transport of white blood cells and antibodies. This tutorial also discusses transport systems found in mammalian systems, with a focus on transport systems found in humans.
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