BIOLOGY HEART LAB - Maria Gonzalez Mrs. Verazain 26 March...

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Maria Gonzalez Mrs. Verazain 26 March 2010 Artery: A vessel the carries blood away from the heart to organs throughout the body. Atrium: A vessel that receives blood returning to the vertebrate heart chamber: vein: In animals, a vessel that returns blood to the heart Ventricle- A heart chamber that pumps blood out of a heart. 1. What kind of animals have two-chambered hearts? Fish 1a.Name the two chambers from model labels. Atrium and Ventricle 1b. Is the straw in the small cup an artery or a vein? Vein 1c. Is the straw in the large cup an artery or a vein? Artery 1d. Describe the direction in which blood flows through a two-chambered heart. It flows from the gills and body to the atrium and from the atrium to the ventricle to the gill and then the body and then from the gill and body to the atrium again. 1e. Describe the condition of the blood in each chamber. For a two-chambered heart, the blood is always purple, meaning it has equal amounts of oxygen and carbon dioxide. 2. What kind of animals have a three chambered heart?
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course ENGLISH 103 taught by Professor Gonzalez during the Spring '11 term at New England College.

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BIOLOGY HEART LAB - Maria Gonzalez Mrs. Verazain 26 March...

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