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1. The heart is resting during2. The right side of the heart pumps blood3. The layer of the blood vessel that is stimulated by the autonomic nervous system is4. In the experiment, the pump simulates5. If the right beaker simulates the flow of blood to the systemic circuit of the body, what do the right valve and flow tuberepresent?04/16/16 page 1
04/16/16 page 2Experiment ResultsPredict Question:Predict Question: If you increase the flow tube radius, what will happen to the pump rate to maintain constant pressure?Stop & Think Questions:When the piston of the pump reaches its lowest point, the volume remaining in the pump is theIf you increase the right flow tube radius, what will happen to resistance and flow rate?If the left flow tube represents the pulmonary veins, what does the left source beaker represent?Experiment Data:Flow (ml/min)Rad. L (mm)Rad. R (mm)Str. V (ml)Rate(strokes/min)Press. L (mm Hg)Press. Dif. R (mm Hg)6607.23.53.07094.9404094184.108.40.2060134.6404011882.53.54.070169.84040137220.127.116.110197.1404015198.73.55.070217.14040
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04/16/16 page 4Review Sheet Results1. Explain the effect of increasing the right flow tube radius on the flow rate, resistance, and pump rate.2. Describe what the left and right beakers in the experiment correspond to in the human heart.3. Briefly describe how the human heart could compensate for flow rate changes to maintain blood pressure.
Name: Rebecca PalaciosExercise 5: Cardiovascular Dynamics: Activity 6: Studying the Effect of Stroke Volume on Pump Activity Lab ReportPre-lab Quiz ResultsYou scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly.