ch 10 circulatory system slide guide

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Ch 10: Mammalian Circulatory System Slide Guide This photographic atlas has been created to help guide you through the interpretation of the histological slides that accompany the circulatory system lab in Functional Vertebrate Anatomy. The reading and the histological images have been adapted from A Photographic Atlas of Histology by Michael J. Leboffe 2003. Slide 1-Mammalian artery, vein, and nerve Figs 12-1, 12-2 a-c -artery -vein -nerve -lumen -blood vessel structure (see fig 12-1 for explanation) -tunica interna -tunica media -tunica externa
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CHAPTER TWELVE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM over the atria causing their contraction. It also reache! atrioventricular (AV) node located in the myocardium the tricuspid valve. When stimulated, the AV node senri own signal via the bundle of His down the interventric septum to the heart's apex. From there, the signal sprt upwards through the ventricular myocardium along cialized cardiac muscle fibers called Purkinje fibers, cau: contraction (Figure 12-13 ). Purkinje fibers are located ri
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