3In the correct sequence, list the names of the blood vessels and heart’s chambers that an RBC would travel through (or flow into other vessels) on its journey from the muscles located anterior to the right tibia to the heart, then to the left shouldermuscles, and then back to the heart. Take in consideration only the vessels listed in the Study Guide . 2.From there, RBC enters into the right ventricle through tricuspid valve 3.Now the right ventricle contracts and pushes the blood out of the heart through semilunar valve 4.Then RBC travels into the pulmonary artery and on to the lungs, where the RBC gives off carbon dioxide and picks up oxygen 5.The RBC returns to the heart through a pulmonary vein and enters the left atrium, passes through the mitral valve (also known as bicuspid valve), and flows into the left ventricle 6.The left ventricle pumps the fully oxygenated RBC through the aortic valve through semilunar, out of the heart, into the aorta, the body's main artery 7.The RBC flows into one of the many arteries of the body, through the arterioles, and then to the capillaries and reaches the left shoulder muscle 8.Here the RBC will deliver oxygen and nutrients to the cells and remove wastes and carbon dioxide 9.Next it moves through the venules, veins, and returns to the heart through the superior vena cava in a deoxygenated state, and repeats the above process Assignment 2 :: Biology 235: Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
4Describe the activation, proliferation and differentiation of T cells and B cells and brieflydescribe the functions of the differentiated cells.
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