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Anatomy and Physiology Blood
blood components
Blood Solid elements
Serum
plasma components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
Clear fluid portion of blood that remains after coagulation,…
nutrients, salts, gases, wastes, hormones, blood proteins (im…
blood components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
Blood Solid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
101 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II - Blood
What component in the blood is primari…
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
What is the predominant protein found…
Where are most of the proteins in the…
Proteins
Sodium
Albumin
Liver (Headquarter of protein metabolism)
What component in the blood is primari…
Proteins
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
Sodium
40 terms
Anatomy and Physiology-Blood System
blood components
Blood Solid elements
Serum
plasma components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
Clear fluid portion of blood that remains after coagulation,…
nutrients, salts, gases, wastes, hormones, blood proteins (im…
blood components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
Blood Solid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
76 terms
The Blood: LCHS Anatomy and Physiology
plasma
hematocrit
red blood cells/erythrocytes
hemoglobin
colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells…
the ratio of the volume occupied by packed red blood cells to…
blood cells containing hemoglobin that carry oxygen through t…
iron-containing protein in red blood cells that carries oxyge…
plasma
colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells…
hematocrit
the ratio of the volume occupied by packed red blood cells to…
59 terms
Anatomy and Physiology-Blood
Thrombocytes
Plasma
Blood transfusions include
Whole blood
Platelets
Clear, straw-colored fluid... 90% water, 10% solutes
Plasma... Platelets... RBC's
Plasma + formed elements
Thrombocytes
Platelets
Plasma
Clear, straw-colored fluid... 90% water, 10% solutes
45 terms
Blood Anatomy and Physiology
Amount of blood in body
pH of blood
Blood temperature
Viscosity of blood
4-6 liters
7.4
100 degrees Fahrenheit
5X that of water
Amount of blood in body
4-6 liters
pH of blood
7.4
22 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood
Erythrocytes
Erythrocytes
Thrombocytes
Thrombocytes
carry oxygen to body tissue and carry away some CO2
help in formation of blood clots
Erythrocytes
carry oxygen to body tissue and carry away some CO2
Erythrocytes
39 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood
Erythrocytes
Erythrocytes
Thrombocytes
Thrombocytes
carry oxygen to body tissue and carry away some CO2
help in formation of blood clots
Erythrocytes
carry oxygen to body tissue and carry away some CO2
Erythrocytes
76 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2 Blood
Plasma
Albumin
Globulins
Hematocrit
clear, straw-colored liquid portion of blood
plasma protein that helps regulate osmotic concentration
plasma proteins synthesized by liver; used for transport of g…
percentage of red blood cells in blood
Plasma
clear, straw-colored liquid portion of blood
Albumin
plasma protein that helps regulate osmotic concentration
20 terms
Anatomy and physiology lab blood
Granulocytes
Agranulocytes
Basophils
Basophil
Basophils... Eosinophil... Neutrophil
Monocytes... Lymphocytes
Are purpilish on stain and can see granules... Give rise to mast…
Granulocytes
Basophils... Eosinophil... Neutrophil
Agranulocytes
Monocytes... Lymphocytes
61 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Blood
functions
blood volume
pH range
parts of blood
1. transportation... a. oxygen, CO2... b. nutrients, waste... c. heat,…
avg- 5.5 L... male- 5-6 L... female- 4-5 L
7.35-7.45
formed elements... matrix... plasma
functions
1. transportation... a. oxygen, CO2... b. nutrients, waste... c. heat,…
blood volume
avg- 5.5 L... male- 5-6 L... female- 4-5 L
67 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II Blood
Blood
Functions of Blood: (5)
How does it stabilize body temp
What is in blood
Connective tissue containing cells suspended in a fluid matrix
-Transport gases, nutrients, hormones, and metabolic wastes... -…
It can absorb a lot of heat without getting too hot itself.... B…
Plasma and... Formed elements
Blood
Connective tissue containing cells suspended in a fluid matrix
Functions of Blood: (5)
-Transport gases, nutrients, hormones, and metabolic wastes... -…
46 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II Blood
buffy coat
hematocrit
plasma makes up ___% of blood
plasma
present at erythrocyte-plasma junction; contains leukocytes a…
erythrocytes constitute 45% of total blood volume
55%
straw-colored, sticky fluid; 90% water; contains nutrients, g…
buffy coat
present at erythrocyte-plasma junction; contains leukocytes a…
hematocrit
erythrocytes constitute 45% of total blood volume
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Blood Vessls
Blood vessels
Structure of Blood Vessels
Tunica Intima
Tunica Media
Transport blood from heart to pulmonary capillaries while lar…
Tunica intima, Tunica Media, Tunica Externa
Lines Lumen... Endothelium with slickly surface to minimize the…
Middle layer that mostly consist of circulatory smooth muscle…
Blood vessels
Transport blood from heart to pulmonary capillaries while lar…
Structure of Blood Vessels
Tunica intima, Tunica Media, Tunica Externa
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Anatomy & Physiology - Blood
Centrifuge
Erythrocytes
Platelets
Monocyte
A
B
C
Centrifuge
Erythrocytes
A
21 terms
Blood and Heart Anatomy and Physiology
Plasma
7.35-7.45
nutrients, wastes, and respiratory gases
Hemoglobin
Non-living matrix of the blood
Blood PH Normal Range
Plasma transports what three elements
protein molecule in blood that carries oxygen and contains iron
Plasma
Non-living matrix of the blood
7.35-7.45
Blood PH Normal Range
115 terms
Anatomy and physiology Blood
A. Hematocrit
C.to protect vital organs
C. plasma
D.Albunin
The percentage of blood composed of erythrocytes is called... A…
Which of the following is NOT one of the functions of blood?…
Which of the following is NOT one of the formed elements in b…
Which of the following is a plasma protein?... A. tissue factor…
A. Hematocrit
The percentage of blood composed of erythrocytes is called... A…
C.to protect vital organs
Which of the following is NOT one of the functions of blood?…
24 terms
Apologia Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 7 Blood
Circulatory system
Arteries
Veins
Arterioles
The system that carries your blood throughout your body.
Vessels that carry blood away from your heart.
Vessels that return blood to your heart.
Vessels that branch out from the arteries becoming "little ar…
Circulatory system
The system that carries your blood throughout your body.
Arteries
Vessels that carry blood away from your heart.
57 terms
Anatomy and physiology 2- Blood
blood
plasma
albumin
platelets
fluid connective tissue
90% water... -contains nutrients, gases, hormones, wastes, prote…
60% of plasma protein... maintains osmotic pressure... blood buffer…
forms blood clots
blood
fluid connective tissue
plasma
90% water... -contains nutrients, gases, hormones, wastes, prote…
64 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: BLOOD
Components of Blood (Formed Elements)
erythrocytes
leukocyte
blood hematocrit
red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, plasma.
red blood cells
white blood cells
normally 45% of cells
Components of Blood (Formed Elements)
red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, plasma.
erythrocytes
red blood cells
23 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood
Agglutination
Allergen
Antibodies
Coagulation
Occurs when complementary antigens and antibodies are mixed;…
Substance causing an allergic reaction
Bind to antigens; Complement proteins to rid of pathogens
Process resulting in hemostasis; Turns the liquid portion of…
Agglutination
Occurs when complementary antigens and antibodies are mixed;…
Allergen
Substance causing an allergic reaction
37 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Heart&Blood
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Left common carotid artery
Left subclavian artery
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
25 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2: BLOOD
Leukocytes (WBCs)
Diapedesis
Leukocytosis
Granulocytes
Have nuclei and organelles; 4,000-healthy 11,000-sickly; prot…
WBCs can move out of blood vessels causing them to become lea…
Damaged tissue releases molecules that attract WBCs; WBC # in…
Look grainy; membrane bound granules in cytoplasm; Neutrophil…
Leukocytes (WBCs)
Have nuclei and organelles; 4,000-healthy 11,000-sickly; prot…
Diapedesis
WBCs can move out of blood vessels causing them to become lea…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood Pressure
the force of blood pushing against the…
blood pressure varies according to the…
the maximum pressure when ventricles c…
the (diastolic) pressure when ventricl…
blood pressure
cardiac cycle
systolic pressure
diastolic pressure
the force of blood pushing against the…
blood pressure
blood pressure varies according to the…
cardiac cycle
93 terms
Blood Anatomy and Physiology
Von Willebrand disease
quantitative, qualitative
quantitative
qualitative
most common hereditary canine bleeding disorder caused by the…
two categories of platelet dysfunction
category of platelet dysfunction referred to as thrombcytopen…
category of platelet dysfunction in which platelet numbers ar…
Von Willebrand disease
most common hereditary canine bleeding disorder caused by the…
quantitative, qualitative
two categories of platelet dysfunction
103 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood
arteries
capillaries
oxygen and nutrients
tissues
What does blood leave the heart through?
When arteries branch out repeatedly, what do they become?
What diffuse across capillary walls and enter tissues?
When oxygen and nutrients diffuse across capillary walls, wha…
arteries
What does blood leave the heart through?
capillaries
When arteries branch out repeatedly, what do they become?
Anatomy and Physiology: BLOOD
List the main functions of blood:
Describe the major components of blood…
Describe the normal constituents of bl…
Describe the difference between plasma…
via blood vessels, transports formed elements and dissolved m…
55% Plasma--water and dissolved substances... 1% buffy coat--pla…
90% water... 10% ions, respiratory gases, nutrients, plasma prot…
serum is what you get when the clotting proteins are removed…
List the main functions of blood:
via blood vessels, transports formed elements and dissolved m…
Describe the major components of blood…
55% Plasma--water and dissolved substances... 1% buffy coat--pla…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Heart and Blood Vessels
Three Major Blood Vessels
Arteries
Capillaries
Veins
Arteries, Capillaries and Veins
Carry blood away from the heart... Transport blood under high pr…
Exchange solutes and water with cells of the body... Microscopic…
Return blood to the heart... Three layers, thin-walled
Three Major Blood Vessels
Arteries, Capillaries and Veins
Arteries
Carry blood away from the heart... Transport blood under high pr…
51 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood Test
blood
formed elements
plasma
buffy coat
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
Blood cells, 45%
liquid portion of blood, mostly water
a thin light colored layer of white blood cells and platelets…
blood
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
formed elements
Blood cells, 45%
9 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II: Blood
Erythrocytes ... (Red Blood Cells)
Leukocytes ... (White Blood Cells)
Thrombocytes ... (Platelets)
Neutrophils ... (Granulocyte)
5 million cells/cu. mm. ... Transportation of oxygen and carbon…
5,000-10,000 cells/cu. mm.... Protect the body against infectio…
100,000-360,000/cu. mm.... Play an important role in blood clot…
60%-70% of WBC's ... Phagocytic cells that increase in number i…
Erythrocytes ... (Red Blood Cells)
5 million cells/cu. mm. ... Transportation of oxygen and carbon…
Leukocytes ... (White Blood Cells)
5,000-10,000 cells/cu. mm.... Protect the body against infectio…
55 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood Test
The temperature of blood is slightly l…
the more hemoglobin molecules red bloo…
the process by which white blood cells…
an abnormally low WBC count is called…
false, higher
false, more
diapedesis
true
The temperature of blood is slightly l…
false, higher
the more hemoglobin molecules red bloo…
false, more
36 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology - Blood
Blood
Transportation
Regulation
Protection
Functions in transportation, regulation and protection
Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, metabolic wastes, nutrients, heat & h…
Helps to regulate body temperature and pH
From disease, and from the loss of blood through clotting
Blood
Functions in transportation, regulation and protection
Transportation
Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, metabolic wastes, nutrients, heat & h…
25 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Blood and Blood Cells
Where is most of the blood made?
What percentage of blood hemocrit? Pla…
What is the average volume of blood in…
What are the three formed elements of…
In the red bone marrow.
The hemocrit is 45%, plasma is 55%, and the buffy layer makes…
Five liters.
Red and white blood cells, as well as platelets.
Where is most of the blood made?
In the red bone marrow.
What percentage of blood hemocrit? Pla…
The hemocrit is 45%, plasma is 55%, and the buffy layer makes…
101 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II - Blood
What component in the blood is primari…
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
What is the predominant protein found…
Where are most of the proteins in the…
Proteins
Sodium
Albumin
Liver (Headquarter of protein metabolism)
What component in the blood is primari…
Proteins
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
Sodium
12 terms
blood (anatomy & Physiology)
plasma
erythrocyes
hemoglobin
erythropietin
straw colored liquid composed of 92% water 7% protein and 1%e…
rbc production
protein molecule in red blood cells that carries oxygen from…
hormone secreted by the kidneys that increases the rate of pr…
plasma
straw colored liquid composed of 92% water 7% protein and 1%e…
erythrocyes
rbc production
28 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood
blood?
blood function
What is the volume of blood?
Plasma
A connective tissue (cells suspended in extracellular matrix)…
Transports substances that sustain life example oxygen. Conta…
It is 8% of body weight. ... In women 4-5 liters and in men 5-6…
90% water and 10% solutes... Proteins: albumin(55%), fibrinogen…
blood?
A connective tissue (cells suspended in extracellular matrix)…
blood function
Transports substances that sustain life example oxygen. Conta…
19 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: BLOOD Chapter
What is blood made of?
Hematocrit Value
Buffy Coat
Blood Plasma
-Liquid connective tissue (which is made of matrix and cells)
Space occupied by RBC's out of total blood volume
WBC's and platelets that settle between plasma and RBC's
-Semi cloudy opaque liquid that settles above RBC's and WBC's…
What is blood made of?
-Liquid connective tissue (which is made of matrix and cells)
Hematocrit Value
Space occupied by RBC's out of total blood volume
75 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood
what antigen and antibody does Type B…
what antigen and antibody does Type A…
what antigen and antibody does Type O…
what antigen and antibody does Type AB…
B antigen, A antibody
A antigen, B antibody
No antigens, A and B antibody
AB antigen, No antibodies
what antigen and antibody does Type B…
B antigen, A antibody
what antigen and antibody does Type A…
A antigen, B antibody
20 terms
Blood- Anatomy and Physiology
Cardiovascular System
Hematology
Functions of Circulatory System
Properties of Blood
Refers to the heart and blood vessels.
The study of blood.
Transport-Oxygen,Carbon Dioxide, Nutrients, Waste,Stem Cells…
Adults have 4 to 6 L of blood.... A liquid connective tissue con…
Cardiovascular System
Refers to the heart and blood vessels.
Hematology
The study of blood.
92 terms
Blood Anatomy + Physiology
Transport, defend, regulate
Oxygen, waste, CO2, hormones
Plasma, 92%, salts, organic molecules.
Plasma Proteins
The main purposes of blood are to ____, _____, and _____.
Blood transports _____ to tissue, and carries _____ such as _…
_____ is the liquid portion of the blood. About __% of it is…
Albumins and Globulins as well as fibrinogen are ____a ____s.
Transport, defend, regulate
The main purposes of blood are to ____, _____, and _____.
Oxygen, waste, CO2, hormones
Blood transports _____ to tissue, and carries _____ such as _…
Anatomy and Physiology- Heart&Blood
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Left common carotid artery
Left subclavian artery
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
107 terms
Anatomy and physiology Blood
D.Albunin
D.biliverdin
D.monocyte
A.eosinophil
Which of the following is a plasma protein?... A. tissue factor…
An example of a waste product from the breakdown of hemoglobi…
You are observing a blood slide under the microscope and you…
If a patient has a parasitic infection, you would expect an e…
D.Albunin
Which of the following is a plasma protein?... A. tissue factor…
D.biliverdin
An example of a waste product from the breakdown of hemoglobi…
85 terms
Blood & Heart Anatomy/Physiology
3 major functions of blood
Blood is 55% made of _____ and 45% ___…
estimates the volume of packed RBCs pe…
sample of blood contains what 3 layers?
transportation, regulation, protection
plasma; erythrocytes
hematocrit
plasma, buffy coat (white blood cells), erythrocytes
3 major functions of blood
transportation, regulation, protection
Blood is 55% made of _____ and 45% ___…
plasma; erythrocytes
20 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Blood Pressure
What is the simplified five step track…
What do the arteries and arterioles do?
What do the capillaries do?
What do the venules and vains do?
Arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins.
Carry blood away from the ventricles and lead to the capillar…
They are the sites of exchange of substances between blood an…
Return blood from the capillaries to the atria.
What is the simplified five step track…
Arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins.
What do the arteries and arterioles do?
Carry blood away from the ventricles and lead to the capillar…
101 terms
Anatomy and Physiology II - Blood
What component in the blood is primari…
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
What is the predominant protein found…
Where are most of the proteins in the…
Proteins
Sodium
Albumin
Liver (Headquarter of protein metabolism)
What component in the blood is primari…
Proteins
What is the most osmoreactive electrol…
Sodium
10 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Blood
Which of these represent the majority…
Which of these is true of the material…
Which plasma constituent is the main c…
Which of the following is the true str…
plasma, constitutes 55% of whole blood
They are intermediate in density between erythrocytes and pla…
fibrinogen, comprises 4% of plasma
Erythrocytes can bend and twist to fit through vessels
Which of these represent the majority…
plasma, constitutes 55% of whole blood
Which of these is true of the material…
They are intermediate in density between erythrocytes and pla…
119 terms
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY - BLOOD
3 components of cardiovascular system
how does blood contribute to homeostas…
what is blood made of?
characteristics of blood
blood, heart, blood vessels
1. transporting respiratory gasses, nutrients, & hormones to…
formed elements (RBCs) (45%) which is denser than the suspend…
viscous (thick) & denser than water, w a temp slightly warmer…
3 components of cardiovascular system
blood, heart, blood vessels
how does blood contribute to homeostas…
1. transporting respiratory gasses, nutrients, & hormones to…
41 terms
Anatomy and physiology 2 blood
hematocrit
WBC count
RBC count
Thrombocyte
45% of blood volume
5,000 to 10,000 per mm3
Five million per mm 3
Medical name for platelet
hematocrit
45% of blood volume
WBC count
5,000 to 10,000 per mm3
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood
Functions of blood
What's in plasma?
What is the volume of blood?
About how many percent is plasma and w…
- oxygen transport... - nutrient transport (glucose, calcium) ... -…
- water... - nutrients... - plasma proteins: albumins (in animals),…
5.5 liters
- 55% is plasma; the rest are cells
Functions of blood
- oxygen transport... - nutrient transport (glucose, calcium) ... -…
What's in plasma?
- water... - nutrients... - plasma proteins: albumins (in animals),…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood Pressure
the force of blood pushing against the…
blood pressure varies according to the…
the maximum pressure when ventricles c…
the (diastolic) pressure when ventricl…
blood pressure
cardiac cycle
systolic pressure
diastolic pressure
the force of blood pushing against the…
blood pressure
blood pressure varies according to the…
cardiac cycle
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