Review Chapter 12 - Myocardium Plasma Platelets Portal...

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Chapter 12 – The Circulatory System The following are important terms and concepts to be covered on the third exam. All of the following information is important but is not necessarily inclusive of all information which may be on the exam. Vocabulary: Accessory “hearts” Afferent artery Anastomosis Angiogenesis Anterior cardinal vein Aortic arches Arteries Arterioles Atrioventricular (AV node) Atrium AV valves Bradycardia Bulbus arteriosus Capillaries Cardiovascular system Carotid body Common cardinal vein Conus arteriosus Coronary vessels Cutaneous artery Diastolic pressure Double circulation Ductus arteriosus Ductus arteriosus Ductus venosus Efferent artery Endocardium Erythrocytes External carotids Foramen of Panizza Foramen ovale Formed elements Hemopoiesis Hepatic portal vien Internal carotids Leucocytes Lymph Lymph “hearts” Lymphatic system
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Unformatted text preview: Myocardium Plasma Platelets Portal system Post cava Posterior cardinal vein Precapillary sphincter Precava Pulmocutaneous artery Pulmonary artery Purkinje fibers Rete Semilunar valve Single circulation Sinoatrial node (SA node) Systolic pressure Tachycardia Thrombus Tissue fluid Trabeculae Tunica adventitia Tunica intima Tunica media Vasoconstriction Vasodilatiion Veins Ventral aorta Ventricle Venules Concepts: Circularoty changes which occur from embryonic to newborn Circulation patterns Function of portal systems Functions of the circulatory system Names and functions of major vessels Phylogeny of the circulatory system Special modifications for specific organisms and their way of life Type of cardiovascular system found in each major vertebrate class...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course ZOO 2204 taught by Professor Highfill during the Spring '08 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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