KeyExam2.08 - not perfuse a capillary. 8. Volume of all...

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ANS 315: Key Exam 2 Average: 71.6% Range: 29 to 98% Number >85 34 Number <60 33 Cumm. Avg: 73.0
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Comments Exam 2: 4.b. Why are arterioles resistant vessels? 5. What is the first step in the A-M Cycle? 6. It is true that only about 10% of capillaries are patent at any one instant. However, it is probably not correct to say that 90% of cardiac output does
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Unformatted text preview: not perfuse a capillary. 8. Volume of all four cardiac chambers is very similar. Differences in size are due to thickness of wall. Right Ventricle pumps to Pulmonary Circulation Left Ventricle pumps to Systemic Circulation Be descriptive: Adduct what? Increase flow to what?...
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