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What is the difference between Open and Closed Circulatory Systems?

Asked by Juul , Last updated: Jun 29, 2020

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Lina

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Lina , Musician, M.A, Quebec

Answered Jun 02, 2020

The circulatory systems are part of the body that is used to transport blood. It is also used to transport nutrients throughout the body. Open and closed circulatory systems are the two systems in the body. The open system has vessels that are open-ended. Their purpose is to transport the blood, which is taken from the heart. Closed circulatory systems are not as simple as open systems. They are more complex because all of the vessels are apart of it. They are all apart of it, and they help keep the flow of the blood going throughout the system.
 

S.Sophie

S.Sophie

Answered May 28, 2020

These are obviously two types of circulatory systems that different living things may have. An open circulatory system is known to be simple. They come with open-ended blood vessels, which can be effective in transporting the blood throughout the different parts of the body.

The closed circulatory system is considered to have different types of blood vessels that are needed to ensure that the blood will be circulated properly. The fact that there are different blood vessels means that the blood flow will be continuous throughout the body. It is said that a closed circulatory system will be considered to be more efficient, although there are more parts that are working together.

 

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