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Sonar and electromagnetic devices are also used. Blood flow can also be
measured by observing it directly by microscopy or indirectly by high-speed
photography, in small components of the distributor, e.g., in capillaries of such
thin tissues ...
3.2 Subsystems which process matter-energy 3.2.1 Ingestor, the subsystem
which brings matter- energy across the organ boundary from the environment.
126.96.36.199 Structure Organs are supplied with matter-energy by the circulating blood
The right and left hearts are completely separated by a septum so that there is,
except in certain developmental anomalies, no flow of blood between them.
Within the vertebrates, there is an orderly series of forms of hearts. This continues
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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