Topic: Body Transport System Subtopic: Diseases of the transport system
Why are pacemaker cells important?
Answer: Pacemaker cells are important because they force the heart to beat. The electricity produced by the pacemaker cells makes the heart muscles contract.
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- How does blood flow in veins?
- What is food poisoning?
- What happens to chest when we inhale?
- What is our body made up of?