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5 Matching questions

  1. murmurs
  2. pump
  3. earthworm
  4. fish
  5. pressure in veins
  1. a almost no pressure
  2. b something to force fluid throughout the organism
  3. c start in veins (deoxygenated blood) to atrium to ventricular to artery to gill capillaries and gas exchange occurs
  4. d - dorsal vessel is along the back
    - 5 aortic arches
    - ventricular vessel is close to ground
    - blood carries nutrients, gases, waste
    -contains hemoglobin (which carries more oxygen)
  5. e valve doesn't close all the way
    - wushing sound in heart beat
    - can be born with one
    - watch bicuspid valve more closely because can result in a "large heart"
    - replace valve with sheep, pig, artificial, or organ donor valve
    - back flow of blood
    - can be result of untreated strep throat where bacteria attacks valve= Rheumatic fever

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. upper atria and lower ventricles
  2. - nutrients are picked up by capillaries in stomach and small intestine and transported to the liver
    - liver detox blood
    - excess nutrients is stored in liver
  3. - spread over the surface of the heart
    - blood supply that goes to the heart
  4. insects, arthropods, mollusks (clams and scallops), etc.
  5. - carries blood away from heart
    - majority carries oxygenated blood to body cells
    - smooth muscle causes to be thicker
    - only aortic and pulmonary arteries have valves

5 True/False questions

  1. ElectrocardiogramECG or EKG
    - measures the electricity going through the heart

          

  2. Circulatory system-blood is always confined in tubes
    -blood is separate from interstitial fluid that directly bathes the tissues

          

  3. cardiac cycle: 2 phasesdiastolic and systolic

          

  4. 3 components- spread over the surface of the heart
    - blood supply that goes to the heart

          

  5. septumseparates the right and left sides and prevents the mixing of blood

          

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