Part a large blood vessels that carry blood away from

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Part A Large blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are called ________. ANSWER: Help Reset Common iliac artery Superior mesenteric artery Abdominal aorta Celiac trunk Gonadal artery Internal iliac artery Renal artery Inferior mesenteric artery
Correct Chapter 11 Matching Question 19-28 Part A Match the following. Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right. ANSWER: veins venae cavae capillaries arteries
Correct Chapter 11 True/False Question 2 Help Reset capillaries arteries veins 1. Veins These vessels have thinner walls and transport oxygen-poor blood 2. Arteries These vessels have thicker walls and a heavier tunica media 3. Veins Some of these larger vessels have valves to prevent backflow 4. Veins These vessels return blood to the heart 5. Veins Blood pressure in these vessels is low or even negative 6. Arteries These vessels carry blood away from the heart 7. Capillaries Nutrient and gas exchange occur in these vessels 8. Capillaries Venules drain these tiny beds of vessels 9. Veins Superior and inferior vena cava are classified as these types of vessels 10. Arteries The aorta is classified as one of these vessels
Part A Blood is returned to the right side of the heart from the lungs. ANSWER:
Correct Chapter 11 True/False Question 6 Part A The sinoatrial (SA) node is the pacemaker of the intrinsic conduction system of the heart. ANSWER:
Correct Chapter 11 Multiple Choice, Part II, Question 19 Part A
The heart sounds "lub" and "dup" result from ________. Correct Chapter 11 Multiple Choice, Part II, Question 4 Part A The left atrium receives blood from the ________. ANSWER:
Chapter 12 Matching Question 1-6 Part A Match the following. Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right. ANSWER: Correct Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part I, Question 11 Help Reset tonsils Peyer's patches spleen thymus gland 1. Thymus gland Located overlying the heart 2. Tonsils Trap and remove bacteria and pathogens entering the throat 3. Peyer's patches Located in the wall of the small intestines 4. Spleen Filters and cleanses the blood of bacteria, viruses, and other debris 5. Tonsils Located in the pharynx (throat) 6. Spleen Located on the left side of the abdominal cavity

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