5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are arteriolles?
- What is Hemoglobin?
- What is blood?
- We have more veins than we do have arteries, true or false?
- What is the primary function of the heart?
- a "Faucet" regulates blood pressure; delivers blood to the capillaries.
- b True!
- c Liquid connective tissue that transports oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
- d Its oxygen carrying component of red blood cells.lt gives the cells their red color. It helps transport oxygen as well as carbon dioxide. It is also a buffer, preventing rapid changes in the blood pH.
- e Pump blood throughout the entire body.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- It rests on the diaphragm, wedged between the lungs in the mediastinum of the thorax (mediastinum is the part of the thoracic cavity located between the lungs).
- Its an important communication and transport channel with networks, in the form of blood vessels, linking various tissues.
- carbon dioxide, urea acid, ketone from fat
- prevents the heart from expanding too much, it hold the heart in position and encloses fluid.
- Red blood cells (they have no nucleus; cannot reproduce)
5 True/False Questions
Two mechanisms that regulate the circulatory system are? → Neural and Endocrine
Platelets, also called thrombocytes are the smallest of the cells in the blood. What is their function? → To prevent blood loss; important in clot formation.
Death and destruction of blood cells last how long? → A few days to a couple of months.
There are 5 types of blood vessels. Name them. → right atrium- it fills the right ventricle with blood.
right ventricle - pumps to lungs
left atrium - it fills the right ventricle
left ventricle - pumps blood to systemic circulation.
Red Blood Cells are formed where? → 120 days about.