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August 11, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 9

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To do this, we have a circulatory eyitem In which the heart U thcpiimp and. the vein and I WW" VYad now you don't f - I food material can pass from them into the tlssuesp If we traced aMrop of1 blood in its course through the entire body, it would -go Mm this: The blood with oxygen from the lungs goes to the left side of , the heart (first the left auricle then the left ventrical) and then to the "aorta?, This is . the great artery, and it and its branches carry the blood to all parts of the body, . , Through the capillaries it goes from the smallest arteries into, the smallest veins. It flows through veins which be come larger until It reaches the right -auricle of Jhe heart Then it goes to the right ven tricle ana eventually to the left auricle and 1 ready to start off on its Journey again. This is thOi process of bring ing oxygen, to the tissues and getting rid of carbon dioxide. Another part of the blood passes through the wall of the intestine, where it picks up food mterials. 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