Bios 1083 worksheet 4 Cardiovasc

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Bios 1083 Worksheet 4 Cardiovascular System A. Circulation In the list below, tell where the blood came from and where it goes next and whether it is Oxygen Rich or Poor. Structure Origin Destination Oxygen Level Right Atrium Vena Cava Tricuspid Valve Oxygen poor To Right Ventricle Left Ventricle Pulmonary Trunk (Arteries) Left Atrium Aorta Alveoli (lung) Capillaries Right Ventricle Systemic Arterioles Pulmonary Veins Systemic Capillaries Vena Cava Part B. 1. What is the difference between blood serum and plasma?
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2. Describe atherosclerosis. 3. Describe the 3 most important steps in the formation of a blood clot. 4. What is the pacemaker of the heart and where is it located?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. What is Systole and Diastole? 6. At the capillaries there are 2 forces at work: blood pressure and osmotic pressure. Briefly explain how each of these work. 7. Trace the path of an oxygen molecule from the atmosphere to the alveoli of the lungs. 8. How is oxygen transported in the blood ? 9. How is carbon dioxide transported in the blood? 10. What is external respiration? 11. What is internal respiration? 12. What is cellular respiration? 13. You can only hold your breath for a short period because eventually the medullary respiratory center will stimulate you to breath when __________becomes too high in the blood....
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