The blood during its circulation performs the following functions:
(i) It carries oxygen from the respiratory organs to all parts of the body and brings back carbon dioxide to lungs.
(ii) It carries digested food from the alimentary canal to the places where it is required.
(iii) It brings the waste products from various parts of the body to the organs of exertion.
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