Nov11_Circulatory - Compare and contrast the anatomy and...

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Unformatted text preview: Compare and contrast the anatomy and function of capillaries, arteries, arterioles, and veins. Relate the anatomy of arteries and veins to the pressure of blood they carry Relate the function of high blood pressure to the inputs of cellular respiration Compare and constrast the function of the one-circuit circulatory system with the two-circuit system Diagram the direction of blood flow through the circulatory systems of fish, frogs, reptiles, mammals and birds. Identify on a diagram of a heart the atria, ventricles, and the entrances and exits to the pulmonary and systemic circuits (when present) Indicate which chambers of the heart, and which vessels into and out of the heart carry oxygenated and deoxygenated blood Relate the division of the ventricles of the vertebrate heart to cellular respiration using Ficks Law Announcements Exam is next Monday Conflict exam registration available on the Exam Info webpage Learning Goals now posted on Daily Planner Gas Exchange Blood vessels Capillaries Site of gas exchange Only a single cell thick (not to scale) Using Ficks Law, why are capillaries only a single cell thick? A. Maximize their value of k B. Maximize surface area of each capillary C. Minimize the difference in gas concentration on either side A. Minimize the thickness of the barrier to diffusion A. All of the above...
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