Plant and Animal Circulation

Plant and Animal Circulation

Circulation Today we are going to discuss about plant and animal circulation in details.  So let's start with the definition. Definition:  The mode of transportation of various substances inside a multicellular living body via a liquid is known as circulation. Objective of circulation: The digested or prepared food, oxygen, hormones etc are essentially needed by the various cells of a living body. It is through the process of circulation that these materials are transported inside the body. Nitrogenous and non-nitrogenous waste products (urea, carbondioxide, uric acid) are harmful metabolic byproducts. Circulation plays the key role in their elimination or transportation from the cells to the excretory organs. It maintains different types of homeostasis inside the animal body eg. temperature balance, water balance, acid-base balance.   Osmosis: It is the physical phenomenon in which, when liquids of different concentration are separated by a semipermeable membrane the solvents molecules move from the area of higher molecular concentration to the lower molecular concentration of the solvent via the membrane. Osmosis...
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