Circulatory, urinary, respiratory, reproductive, nervous
Immune, muscular, digestive, skeletal, urinary
Respiratory, circulatory, muscular, digestive, skeletal
Urinary, digestive, nervous, circulatory, muscular
It’s impossible to say, the body systems are all very important.
Carries food water and oxygen to all parts of the body.
Carries food and water to the small intestines
Carries waste material to all parts of the body
Carries carbon dioxide to all parts of the body
Eye and arm muscle
Stomach and Intestines
Blood and heart muscle
Both supports the body and give the body shape
Both help in food digestion
Both help in the transport of materials to various part of the body
Both help in the transport of oxygen to the lungs
Nitrogen and Oxygen
Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide
Nitrogen and Hydrogen
Oxygen and Carbon dioxide
Take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide
Take in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen
Take in nitrogen and give out carbon dioxide
Take in oxygen and give out hydrogen
Respiratory involves exchange of carbon dioxide in the blood while circulatory involves transport of carbon dioxide to the rest of the body
Respiratory involves the exchange of gases in the lungs while circulatory involves transport of gases to the rest of the body.
Respiratory involves transport of gases while circulatory involves exchange of gases.
Respiratory involves taking in oxygen to the lungs while circulatory gives out carbon dioxide from the lungs