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34 CIRCULATION Chapter Outline IMPACTS, ISSUES: AND  THEN MY HEART  STOOD STILL 34.1 THE NATURE OF BLOOD  CIRCULATION From Structure to Function Evolution of Circulation in Vertebrates 34.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF BLOOD Functions of Blood Blood Composition and Volume 34.3 BLOOD DISORDERS 34.4 BLOOD TYPING ABO Blood Typing 34.5 HUMAN  CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM  34.6 THE HEART IS A LONELY PUMPER Heart Structure and Function How Does Cardiac Muscle Contract? 34.7 PRESSURE, TRANSPORT, AND  FLOW  DISTRIBUTION Rapid Transport in Arteries Flow Distribution at Arterioles Controlling Blood Pressure 34.8 DIFFUSION AT CAPILLARIES, THEN  BACK TO THE HEART Capillary Function Venous Pressure 34.9 CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS Good Clot, Bad Clot A Silent Killer—Hypertension Atherosclerosis Rhythms and Arrhythmias Risk Factors 34.10 CONNECTIONS WITH THE  LYMPHATIC SYSTEM Lymph Vascular System Lymphoid Organs and Tissues SUMMARY SELF-QUIZ CRITICAL THINKING Objectives 1. Explain how  the cardiovascular systems of vertebrates differ from those of invertebrates. 2. Describe the composition  and  functions of blood. 3. Trace the routes  of blood  flow  in the human  cardiovascular  system,  including  pulmonary  and   systemic circuits. 4. Explain what  is happening  during  each portion of the cardiac cycle. 5. Discuss the factors that cause blood  to exist under  different pressures. 6. Describe the composition  and  function of the lymphatic system. Circulation 47
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Key Terms ABO blood typing agglutination anemias aorta arrhythmias arteries arterioles arteriosclerosis atherosclerosis atrioventricular valve atrium, atria blood blood capillaries blood clot blood pressure capillaries capillary beds capillary reabsorption cardiac conduction   system cardiac cycle cardiac muscle cardiac pacemaker cardiovascular cell count circulatory system closed circulatory  system diastolic pressure heart hemoglobin hemostasis homeostasis hypertension internal environment interstitial fluid lymph lymph  capillaries lymph  nodes lymph  vascular system lymph  vessels lymphatic system lymphoid  organs and   tissues myocardium open circulatory system pericardium plasma platelets pulmonary  circuit red blood  cells Rh blood typing risk factors semilunar  valve spleen stem cell systemic circuit systolic pressure thymus  gland ultrafiltration veins ventricle venules white blood cells Lecture Outline Impacts, Issues: And  Then My Heart Stood Still A. Augustus  Waller made  the first recordings of a beating heart—using  his dog Jimmie. 1.
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