Lecture 9 Circulatory and Respiration

Lecture 9 Circulatory and Respiration - 9.1 Multicellular...

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9.1 Multicellular organisms need a circulatory system if 1) The cells are too far from a source of oxygen 2) If the cells are too far from a source of food 3) If the cells are too far from a place where waste can be excreted 4) They have a fast rate of metabolism 5) All of the above 9.2 When diffusion is too slow, molecules are typically moved from one place to another by 1) Aerobic respiration 2) Anaerobic respiration 3) Photosynthesis 4) Convection 5) Respiration 9.3 A sugar molecule takes the following path after it passes from the small intestine: 1) Hepatic portal vein, liver, vena cava 2) Liver, lung, heart 3) Left heart, right heart, lung 4) Pancreas, gall bladder, liver 5) Large intestine, stomach, esophagus 9.4 Put in order from largest to smallest: 1) Vein, venuole capillary 2) Artery, arteriole, capillary 3) Bronchus, bronchiole, alveolus 4) Ventricle, atrium 5) All of the above 9.5 An oxygen molecule takes the following path from the alveoli 1) Pulmonary vein, pulmonary artery, right atrium 2) Pulmonary vein, pulmonary artery, left atrium 3) Pulmonary vein, left atrium, left ventricle 4) Pulmonary artery, right atrium, right ventricle, 5) Pulmonary artery, right atrium, left atrium
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9.6 In the 1600s, William Harvey studied the hearts of cold blooded or dying warm
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