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the heart is a _ the provides the force necessary to circulate the blood to all the tissue in the body
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User: the heart is a _ the provides the force necessary to circulate the blood to all the tissue in the body

Weegy: The heart is a MUSCULAR PUMP that provides the force necessary to circulate the blood to all the tissue in the body.
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User: Pulmonary circulation transports oxygen-poor blood from the right ventricle to the ___ were blood picks up a new blood supply.

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Pulmonary circulation transports oxygen-poor blood from the right ventricle to the LUNGS were blood picks up a new blood supply.
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