Blood and Lymph?

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As blood flows through capillaries, nutrients and oxygen diffuse out the tiny blood vessels and the surrounding body cells. Waste products like lactic acid and carbon dioxide diffuse back into the bloodstream, but most of them are transported back into the lymphatic system. The difference between the blood flowing in the circulation system and the lymph in the lymph system is that the lymph system is passive while the blood pressurised by the heart is active.
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