BISC101 1167 - Class 7-2 - preclass-1.pdf

BISC101 1167 - Class 7-2 - preclass-1.pdf

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Biology 101 Fall 2016 Class 7-2 in-class notes This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 4.0 International License .
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Biology 101 Class 7-2 Transport in animals, continued: (Finish up) Gas exchange Circulation 1. Finish the fish gill 2. Oxygen and carbon dioxide circulation 3. Structures of circulatory systems
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Learning objectives for this week Gas exchange: Describe the physical principles that affect gas exchange between an organism and its environment. Describe how gills and lungs are adapted for efficient gas exchange. Describe how gasses are transported in blood plasma and red blood cells. Explain how gasses are exchanged between capillaries and tissues in both pulmonary and systemic circuits. Describe the unique features of mammalian, avian, and amphibian respiratory systems. Circulatory system: Describe the components of blood and their functions. Describe how the mammalian heart, arteries, capillaries and veins move blood under pressure. Describe the functions of the lymphatic system. Trace the flow of blood through the structures of the heart and blood vessels. Compare the circulatory systems of mammals to those found in other vertebrates.
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