quiz on heart, blood vessels, and WBC's

quiz on heart, blood vessels, and WBC's - cardiac output...

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Name: Bio 232 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Quiz on Heart and Blood Vessels *** Due the day of the lecture final exam *** 1. Trace the circulation of blood from the system (deoxygenated) into the heart, through the valves and 4 chambers, lungs, and back out to the system. Use a drawing if that helps. 2. Draw out the cardiac cycle, complete with systole/diastole of atria and ventricles, opening/closing of valves, heart sounds, EDV and ESV and stroke volume, and ECG tracings that correspond to the entire cycle.
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3. List and briefly describe factors affecting blood pressure, peripheral resistance,
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Unformatted text preview: cardiac output. Try to organize as many as possible (including hormones, blood vessel changes, neural regulation, drugs, lifestyle/exercise, reflexes, hemorrhaging, …) 4. Draw out fetal circulation. Include blood vessels, what kind of blood is carried in these vessels, and structures unique to the fetus that bypass certain organs (and how they change shortly after birth). 5. List out the 5 different WBCs, general shape/color/unique characteristics, and their specific functions....
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