CH19: Circulation I & Body Fluids Study Guide
How many puppies does it take to lower BP?
What is the avg water content for a male/female? Male 60% water Female 50% water
What are the 3 components of total body water? Intracellular fluid, interstitial flui
CH 18: HEART II Study Guide
Define: intrinsic, electrocardiography, auscultation?
What are some characteristics of cardiac muscle fibers?
What is an intercalated disc? Desmosomes? Gap junctions? What does functional
How much mitochondria is in
CH19 Blood Vessels II & III Study Guide
What is tissue perfusion? Dictates the rate of blood flow to each tissue and organ in the proper
amounts for the given activity
Define: vital signs pulse and blood pressure, along with respiratory rate and body temp
CH20: Lymphatic System Study Guide
What does the lymphatic system do? Replaces leaked fluid and proteins to the blood
How does it relate to the immune system? Provides structural basis of immune system
What does it house? Phagocytic cells
CH19: Blood Vessels Study Guide
What do blood vessels do? Where do they start and end? Are they rigid?
Define/describe: arteries carry blood away from heart, capillaries contact tissue cells, diretly serve
cellular needs, veins carry blood towards heart,
Respiratory System 3
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Breathing is carefully controlled
Brainstem centers control resp. rate, depth, and rhythms
Control of resp.
higher brain centers
Neurons in r
Pond ecosystem write up
In this experiment, we tested how heat effects the temperature on an ecosystem. We did
this by putting a jar in an incubator and one in room temperatures and observing each jar each
week. Our results showed that the heat