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102 Circulation Respiration Blackboard

102 Circulation Respiration Blackboard - Hemostasis • Two...

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Biology 102 - Animal Biology   Circulation & Gas Exchange (Chapter 42)
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Why animals need circulatory systems .
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Basic Circulatory Functions
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Styles of Circulatory Systems
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Figure 42.3  Open and closed circulatory systems
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Vertebrate Circulatory Systems A. Blood Vessels (Vasculature)
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Figure 42.9  The structure of blood vessels
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Vessel Physiology Fig 42.11
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Figure 42.13  Blood flow in capillary beds Adjusting blood flow
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Figure 42.10  Blood flow in veins
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B . Capillary Hemodynamics
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Fluid exchange at capillaries (Figure 42.14)  Hydrostatic pressure & Osmotic pressures    Bulk Flow Lymph
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C. Circulatory schemes of vertebrates  Figure 42.4 
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Figure 42.5  The mammalian cardiovascular system: an overview
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Mammalian Cardiac cycle (Fig 42.7) Diastole & Systole 
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Vascular Pathology
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Blood
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The composition of mammalian blood.  Figure 42.15 
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Hematopoiesis Fig 42.16
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Hemostasis
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Unformatted text preview: Hemostasis • Two key events: – 1. Vasoconstriction – 2. Coagulation Clotting (Coagulation) Events • Note: Amplification cascade (42.17) Part II: Gas Exchange Mechanisms Properties of Gas Exchange Surfaces Gas Exchange Comparative Anatomy Tracheal System Fish gills (Figure 42.21) The avian respiratory system (Figure 42.25) Amphibian Breathing “Positive pressure” Figure 42.24 Mammalian Breathing Negative pressure-Boyle’s Law The mammalian respiratory system Figure 42.23 Loading and unloading of respiratory gases: Figure 42.27 Gas Transport Molecules (Respiratory pigments) 1. Hemoglobin (Myoglobin) Fig 42.28 2. Hemocyanin: Insects & Mollusks Oxygen Transport (Fig. 42.29) Note: Bohr Effect Carbon dioxide transport in the blood ( Figure 42.30) Note: Bicarbonate ions END...
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