ICSE Biology: The Circulatory System (NOTES)

Recently, we had a reader, Ms. Khushi Verma, send her compilation of concise, point-wise notes for The Circulatory System. We are truly grateful to her for contributing her notes to the blog. Our readers reinstill our faith in them time and again, and for that, we couldn’t be more thankful. It is because of you all that this blog is still up and running! Thank you for continuing to make it a success.


Here’s a link to the PDF file for the above-mentioned notes:

ICSE NOTES – Circulatory System (Compiled by Khushi Verma)

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Let us know your feedback on these notes in the Comments section below!


Also see the following study notes to help you prepare for the ICSE Biology Board Exam:

ICSE Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters

ICSE Biology: The Excretory System (NOTES)

ICSE Biology: The Endocrine System (Notes)


6 thoughts on “ICSE Biology: The Circulatory System (NOTES)

  1. Sulochana says:

    Really good notes..
    I have a doubt ..Should we learn the number of chromosomes in different organisms.
    Should we learn the number of heart beat in various organisms.??


    • Varun Sodhani says:

      No that won’t be necessary.. Learn those ONLY for Humans.. and reason for difference between the heartbeats per second of an elephant and a sparrow ( due to difference in body surface area and relative loss of heat )

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