biol - Objective 15 1. Use the animal phylogeny to compare...

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Objective 15 1. Use the animal phylogeny to compare circulatory systems across the animal phylogeny. Use your knowledge of body plan in animals to make predictions about circulation in diverse animals. 2. Recognize closed vs. open circulatory systems and a double circulatory system.
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3. Describe how the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets participate in homeostasis, and how their structure matches their function. Red Blood Cells: o Ensure that tissues (and cells) have oxygen for cellular respiration. o Reminder: cellular respiration is the primary way that organisms burn glucose to produce ATP. Cellular respiration uses oxygen. o Remove carbon dioxide from tissues (cells). o Reminder: carbon dioxide is a by- product of cellular respiration. o Red Blood Cells facilitate gas exchange. o Role in homeostasis o Deliver O 2 to cells/tissues via hemoglobin. o O 2 necessary for cell respiration. o
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course BIOL 1103 taught by Professor Armstrong during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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biol - Objective 15 1. Use the animal phylogeny to compare...

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