BIO 115 Circulatory system f09

BIO 115 Circulatory system f09 - Circulatory system...

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Circulatory system
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Circulatory system A. Function: 1. Transportation: Gases, nutrients/waste, hormones, heat 2. Regulation: pH, electrolytes, heat 3. Protection: pathogens, loss of fluids, toxins B. Components 1. Blood
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3. Protection: pathogens, loss of fluids, toxins B. Components 1. Blood - Fluid connective tissue (Blood cells & Plasma)
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3. Protection: pathogens, loss of fluids, toxins B. Components 1. Blood - Fluid connective tissue (Blood cells & Plasma) - 5-6 Liters (1 1/2 Gallons) *** Leaves heart through Arteries Returns to heart through Veins
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a. Composition 2 portions: i. Plasma - Fluid extracellular matrix ~ 90% H2O + 9% proteins + 1% electrolytes, waste, etc. .. ii. Formed elements 3 types of cells
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a. Composition 2 portions: i. Plasma - Fluid extracellular matrix ~ 90% H2O + 9% proteins + 1% electrolytes, waste, etc. .. ii. Formed elements 3 types of cells a. Erythrocytes (Red blood cell)
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ii. Formed elements 3 types of cells a. Erythrocytes (Red blood cell) Hematocrit: % of blood that is cellular i. Structure
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3 types of cells a. Erythrocytes (Red blood cell)
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