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Which type of circulation explains the movement of blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart again?

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JamieJamieJamie

Pulmonary circulation is the type of circulation that explains the movement of blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart again. Blood that does not carry oxygen originates from the heart and moves to the lungs where it is filled with oxygen. Oxygen filled blood from the lungs travels back to the heart where the oxygen is used up.

Karyce

As your heart beats, it brings up blood through a system of blood vessels called the blood circulatory system, the vessels that are in your body are elastic tubes that carry blood to every part in your body. oh and the type of circulation is Arterial and these blood vessels carry blood away from your heart through the elastic tubes. The Arterial blood vessels helps the blood circulate through your body with an constant flow.....

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