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Why Have A Circulatory System? Pump Pipes Liquid
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Blood = Fluid connective tissue • Formed elements in plasma.
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3 Components of Cemtrifuged Blood Plasma Buffy Coat RBCs
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Blood – Physical Characteristics • Color • Viscosity • Volume • Temperature
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Blood pH • pH = log (1/[H + ]) • 7 is… • >7 is… • <7 is… • Why does pH matter?
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Blood - Functions Distribution Regulation Protection
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Plasma • 48-58% • 53-63% ♀ • 90% What’s dissolved?
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Plasma Proteins: Albumin • Most abundant. • Maintains • Transport
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2 solutions separated by a semi-permeable barrier. Water can pass through the barrier, but red particles cannot. Which direction will water flow? Which side (A or B) has the higher osmotic pressure? A B Osmotic Pressure
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Plasma Proteins: Globulins • Transport – Metal ions – Lipids – Fat-soluble vitamins. • Antibodies – Made by plasma cells during the immune response.
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• Resist changes in. .. Why are they necessary? • Albumin • Bicarbonate (HCO 3 - ) Buffers Solution A Solution B 10mL of HCl were added to A and its pH dropped by 4 units. 10mL of HCl were added to B and its pH dropped by 1 unit. Which solution is the better buffer?
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Erythrocytes • Small (7.5um). • 4-6 million per L of blood. • No nucleus and no organelles. • Biconcave disks. • Stuffed with. .. • Transport…
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Hemoglobin •2 alpha chains/2 beta chains •4 heme groups •4 irons •Oxyhemoglobin •Reduced hemoglobin •Carbaminohemoglobin
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Where? • Hemocytoblasts.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course LS 101 taught by Professor Abdul during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery College.

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