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Q: The cardiovascular system consists of A. blood, blood vessels, heart, lymph, lymph vessels, and lymphatic tissues. B. heart, blood vessels, and lymph vessels. C. blood, blood vessels, and heart. D.
heart and coronary arteries.
A: The cardiovascular system consists of: blood, blood vessels, and heart.
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