Control of Ventilation
1. Respiratory Control Center
2. Central Chemoreceptors
3. Peripheral Chemoreceptors
PCO2 = CO2 in the blood
pH= How acidic/alkaline blood is
Heart Pumping Blood:
First the deoxygenated blood goes through the vena cava
followed to the right atrium then the right ventricles
then to the pulmonary artery to
the lungs obtaining the oxygen (oxygenated blood)
followed to the pulmonary vein
then the l
Heart + Vessel (artery & vein)
Artery- Oxygenated blood moving away from the heart.
Veins- Deoxygenated blood moving towards the heart.
Have valves to stop the backflow of blood.
Muscle Pump- Making sure direction of blood
Bifurcation~ divides into two
Trachea (Rings of cartilage)~To make
sure tubes stay open.
Ribs Intercostal muscle~ Help out in the