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2.01 Remember the structures of the circulatory system

2.01 Remember the structures of the circulatory system

2.01 Remember the structures of the circulatory system. Essential questions. What are the structures of blood? What are the structures of the circulatory system?. Structures of the circulatory system. Blood Heart Vessels Arteries Veins Capillaries. Blood. Hema - = blood

By andrew
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The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. Chapter 18. Introduction. The heart - a muscular double pump with 2 functions 1) Its right side receives oxygen-poor blood from the body tissues and then pumps this blood to the lungs to pick up O 2 and dispel CO 2

By arielle
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Heart Anatomy & Basic Function

Heart Anatomy & Basic Function

Heart Anatomy & Basic Function. (1) Cardiovascular Function. Cardiovascular = Heart, Arteries, Veins, Blood Function: Transportation Blood = transport vehicle Carries oxygen, nutrients, wastes, and hormones Movement provided by pumping of heart. (2) Cardiac Tissues.

By llewellyn
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Transport systems in animals

Transport systems in animals

Transport systems in animals. We’ll be discussing. Functions of a transport/circulatory system Invertebrate circulation Diffusion Aided by gastrovascular cavity Water vascular system Open circulatory system Closed circulatory system Vertebrate circulation Fishes Amphibians. Reptiles

By marinel
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Lecture 20, The Heart

Lecture 20, The Heart

Lecture 20, The Heart . Lecturer: Dr. Barjis Room P313 Phone: (718) 260-5285 E-Mail: ibarjis@citytech.cuny.edu. Learning Objectives. Describe the organization of the cardiovascular system. Describe the location and general features of the heart, including the pericardium.

By tait
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Chapter 11 The Cardiovascular System

Chapter 11 The Cardiovascular System

Chapter 11 The Cardiovascular System. Biology 110 Tri-County Technical College Pendleton, SC. Functions of CV System. Major function is transportation

By signa
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The Cardiovascular System: The Heart Part A

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart Part A

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart Part A. 18. Heart Anatomy. Approximately the size of your fist Location Superior surface of diaphragm Left of the midline Anterior to the vertebral column, posterior to the sternum. Heart Anatomy. Figure 18.1. Coverings of the Heart: Anatomy.

By ronia
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Heart

Heart

Heart. 1. general A) located within mediastinum, within the pericardial cavity B) about the size of a fist C) cone-shaped – apex facing left hip D) main function is to pump blood. Heart. 2. coverings A) surrounded by the pericardium – dual-walled structure 1) fibrous pericardium

By hadar
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Human Heart

Human Heart

Human Heart. Made by: Marian Flaviu Stan Mariana Both on 8th grade. Human heart details.

By thiery
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Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart. 4 chambers – which act as 2 pumps for pulmonary circulation and systemic circulation See diagrams pp. 324- 329 Location – thoracic cavity between the lungs, within the mediastinum Apex – most inferior portion Base – superior portion . Heart anatomy. diagram.

By noam
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The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. Circulatory System. The Cardiovascular System. A closed system of the heart and blood vessels The heart pumps blood Blood vessels allow blood to circulate to all parts of the body

By danica
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The Human Heart

The Human Heart

The Human Heart. Heart Facts!. Your body contains about 5-6 L of blood Heart beats about 100,000 times/day or 35 million times in a year !

By nibal
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Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. Douglas Todey. Functions. The circulatory system provides a transport system. It transports gases, nutrients to cells and waste away from cells and transports hormones It stabilizes pH and ionic concentration of bodily fluids It maintains body

By nedaa
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Animal Structure and Function

Animal Structure and Function

Animal Structure and Function. Thermoregulation. Ectotherms Obtain body heat from the environment. Poikilotherms Invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles and fish. “cold blooded” Endotherms Generate their own body heat. Homeotherms Mammals Warmblooded. Temperature Regulation.

By rusk
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Circulation of Blood

Circulation of Blood

Circulation of Blood. Systemic and Pulmonary Circulation. Systemic Circulation. Carries blood throughout the body Path: Left Ventricle Aortic Semilunar Valve Aorta Arteries Arterioles Capillaries Venules Vena cava Right Atrium. Pulmonary Circulation.

By julius
(226 views)

Active Learning

Active Learning

Active Learning. learning means the ability to store information in your brain and then to be able to recall it later. most people try to learn by reading their notes over and over again

By adin
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The Pulmonary Circuit (blood flow between heart and lungs)

The Pulmonary Circuit (blood flow between heart and lungs)

The Pulmonary Circuit (blood flow between heart and lungs). Follow a drop of blood through the path seen on the next slide. Understand that blood flow between the aorta and the vena cavas constitutes the Systemic Circuit .

By oliana
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Arteries & Veins To Know For Practical

Arteries & Veins To Know For Practical

Arteries & Veins To Know For Practical. Parts of Intrinsic Conduction System. Sinoatrial Node (SA node) - the pacemaker; where the action potential originates, starting each heartbeat As action potential moves, contraction of atria is stimulated

By tamira
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Cardiovascular System: The Heart Chapter 19 – Lecture Notes

Cardiovascular System: The Heart Chapter 19 – Lecture Notes

Cardiovascular System: The Heart Chapter 19 – Lecture Notes. to accompany Anatomy and Physiology: From Science to Life textbook by Gail Jenkins, Christopher Kemnitz, Gerard Tortora. Chapter Overview. 19.1 Location & Anatomy 19.2 Heart Chambers 19.3 Heart Valves 19.4 Heart Functions

By dagmar
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Ch. 12 The Heart

Ch. 12 The Heart

Ch. 12 The Heart. -The function of the heart is to pump blood through the arteries, veins, and capillaries. -The heart is located in the Thoracic Cavity, called the MEDIASTINUM -The Heart is enclosed in 3 Pericardial Membranes. --Fibrous (pericardial sac) --Parietal

By fadhila
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