Inter-Organismal Transport System in Humans
The circulatory system, or the internal transport system, is extremely complex. It involves organs that are absolutely vital to the survival of the human such as the heart as well as organs that are microscopic such as capillaries, but are also essential to the entire process. The system in humans combines the purposes of the heart, blood, and blood vessels to transport oxygen and nutrients. It has extremely numerous functions,
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the system is carried out is a result of many years of evolution. The ability to remove waste and deliver oxygen in one process through one membrane is an example of the optimism life achieves naturally through evolution. The circulatory system as a whole is the manifestation of the goal all life attempts to achieve: most favorable circumstances with the least amount of energy and resources used for a purpose that could have been avoided.