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BIO 265 Section 2.2: Study Guide Section 2.2 Objectives: Explain the process of hemostasis and describe how the intrinsic and common pathways work together in coagulation. Describe the mechanisms in place for regulating platelet activation and blood clot formation, and the process of fibrinolysis. 2.2 – HEMOSTASIS Explain the process of Hemostasis and describe how the intrinsic and common pathways work together in coagulation. Recall that hemostasis has four major mechanisms: Vascular Spasm, Platelet Plug Formation, Coagulation and Clot Resolution. Describe the detail of each as you study the sections below.
o Study Tip: Create a concept map illustrating all the parts and players involved in hemostasis and their relationships with each other and details you learn from this section. For help in creating a concept map see this resource: For instructions on making a concept map, watch this YouTube video: 2.2.1 - Vascular Spasm What is the purpose for the vascular spasm? Why is it the first step in hemostasis?
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