The Circulatory System Blood Vessels. Anatomy & Physiology II Chapter 15. The Vascular System. Closed system Blood vessels Four heart chambers. Blood Vessels. Delivery system of dynamic structures that begins and ends at the heart
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Anatomy & Physiology II
Five types of blood vessels
Two groups of blood vessels
Blood flow in a closed system of vessels
Oxygen content changes as blood flows through the capillaries.
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Judging from color coding, which vessels pick up oxygen? Which vessels release oxygen?
Three tunics (coats) of arteries and veins
Sections of small blood vessels
Drawings show the thick wall of an artery, the thin wall of a vein, and the single-layered wall of a capillary.
A venous valve also is shown. The arrow indicates the direction of blood flow.
Zooming In: Which vessels have valves that control blood flow?
The aorta and its branches
How many brachiocephalic arteries are there?
Principal systemic arteries
Zooming In: How many brachiocephalic arteries are there?
Communication between two vessels
Arteries that supply the brain
The bracket at right groups the arteries that make up the circle of Willis.
Principal systemic veins
Zooming In:How many brachiocephalic veins are there?
The inset shows the paired transverse sinuses, which carry blood from the brain to the jugular veins.
Carries blood from abdominal organs to liver
Veins from the abdominal organs carry blood to the hepatic portal vein leading to the liver. Arrows show the direction of blood flow.
Zooming In: What vessel do the hepatic veins drain into?
Connection between small blood vessels through capillaries
The blood delivers oxygen (O2) to the tissues and picks up carbon dioxide (CO2) for transport to the lungs.
Note the lymphatic capillaries, which aid in tissue drainage.
cell in lumen
Least permeable, and most common (e.g., skin, muscle).
cell in lumen
Fenestrated capillary: Large fenestrations (pores) increase permeability. Occurs in special locations (e.g., kidney, small intestine).
cell in lumen
Sinusoidal capillary: Most permeable. Occurs in special locations (e.g., liver, bone marrow, spleen).
(a) Sphincters open—blood flows through true capillaries.
(b) Sphincters closed—blood flows through metarteriole
thoroughfare channel and bypasses true capillaries.
How substances move between cells and capillary blood
Vasomotor center in medulla regulates vasomotor activities
Role of skeletal muscles and valves in blood return. (A) Contracting skeletal muscle compresses the vein and drives blood forward, opening the proximal valve, while the distal valve closes to prevent backflow of blood. (B) When the muscle relaxes again, the distal valve opens, and the proximal valve closes until blood moving in the vein forces it open again.
BP activates cardiac centers in medulla
Activity of respiratory pump
(ventral body cavity pressure)
Activity of muscular pump
Epinephrine in blood
Contractility of cardiac muscle
Stroke volume (SV)
Heart rate (HR)
Cardiac output (CO = SV x HR
Peripheral resistance is affected by
Pressure is measured in the brachial arm artery using a sphygmomanometer
Inadequate blood flow to tissues
Formation of blood clot in a vessel
Superficial veins that are swollen, distorted, and ineffective