5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- pulmonary veins
- a carry OXYGENATED blood from the lungs to the heart
- b transparent colorless tissue fluid that
- c two layer sac consisting of an external fibrous and an internal serous layer.
- d microscopic blood vessels that connect arterioles with venules.
- e WBC'S, combat infection and respond to inflammation...
5 Multiple choice questions
- pulmonady and aortic valves, located between the R ventricle and the pulmonary artery and between the L ventricle and the aorta
- covers the heart
- largest artery in the body, starts at the L ventricle and descending through the thorax and abdomen
- blood vessels that carry blood AWAY from the heart, carry OXYGEN and other nutrients from the heart to the body cells,
- RBC'S carry OXYGEN, develops in bone marrow
5 True/False questions
lymph nodes → small, spherical bodies composes of lymphoid tissue
platelets (thrombocytes) → RBC'S carry OXYGEN, develops in bone marrow
serum → clear, watery fluid portion of the blood, remains after a clot has formed..no clotting factors
spleen → located L side of the abdominal cavity, between the stomach and the diamphragm. Largest lymphatic organ in the body..Stores blood and destroys worn out red blood cells
venules → blood vessles that carry blood BACK to the heart, carry blood containing carbon dioxide and other waste