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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…
32 terms
Blood Systems - Anatomy and Physiology
plasma
bilirubin
albumin
edema
The watery, straw-colored, fluid portion of the lymph and the…
The orange-yellow pigment of bile formed principally by the b…
A plasma protein. Various albumins are found in practically a…
The abnormal accumulation of fluid in interstitial spaces of…
plasma
The watery, straw-colored, fluid portion of the lymph and the…
bilirubin
The orange-yellow pigment of bile formed principally by the b…
Anatomy and Physiology: Cardiovascular System- Blood
Blood
Plasma
Interstitial fluid
Blood: transportation to/from
Liquid connective tissue, plasma, interstitial fluid
Liquid ECM that suspends cells
Fluid that bathes body cells
Transports oxygen and nutrients to interstitial fluid and tra…
Blood
Liquid connective tissue, plasma, interstitial fluid
Plasma
Liquid ECM that suspends cells
67 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Blood and the Cardiovascular System
Formed Elements
Plasma
Hematocrit
Albumin
Living blood cells
Nonliving fluid matrix in the blood
Erythrocytes take up 45% of the total volume of a blood sample
Contributes to osmotic balance and pH buffering
Formed Elements
Living blood cells
Plasma
Nonliving fluid matrix in the blood
Anatomy and Physiology-Blood System pt 2
blood components
Blood Solid elements
plasma components
Blood
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
nutrients, salts, gases, wastes, hormones, blood proteins (im…
Type of connective tissue composed of:... Blood cells... Formed ele…
blood components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
Blood Solid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
14 terms
Anatomy/Physiology- Cardiovascular System- Blood
Albumin
Basophils
Eosinophils
Erythrocytes
The most abundant and smallest of the plasma proteins, it is…
-A type of white blood cell characterized by a pale nucleus a…
-A type of white blood cell characterized by granules that st…
Mature red blood cell
Albumin
The most abundant and smallest of the plasma proteins, it is…
Basophils
-A type of white blood cell characterized by a pale nucleus a…
Anatomy and Physiology Blood and Lymphatic System
Formed Elements
Other Fluids and tissues make up
Whole blood makes up
Blood plasma is
45% of whole blood and consists of platelets, WBC, and RBC
92% of blood
8% of blood
55% of whole blood
Formed Elements
45% of whole blood and consists of platelets, WBC, and RBC
Other Fluids and tissues make up
92% of blood
16 terms
Anatomy physiology final blood system
Basophils
Neutrophils
Monocytes
Lymphocytes
Reponds to allergens; releases histamine & heprin
Major role in fighting bacterial infection; phagocytes
Phagocytic cell that becomes a macrophage & digest bacteria &…
Controls the immune response, makes antibodies to antigens
Basophils
Reponds to allergens; releases histamine & heprin
Neutrophils
Major role in fighting bacterial infection; phagocytes
18 terms
Anatomy & Physiology -- Blood and The Cardiovascular System
Universal Donor
Universal Recipient
Hemoglobin
Humanocryte
Type O
Type AB
red blood cells (oxygen)
volume of red blood cells
Universal Donor
Type O
Universal Recipient
Type AB
anatomy and physiology chapter 18 The circulatory system: blood
myths
hematology
true
circulatory system
Romans viewed blood as a vital force, Ancient Egyptians to th…
the study of blood, recent developments in this field help sa…
blood cells were first seen through microscopes
consists of the heart, blood vessels, and blood
myths
Romans viewed blood as a vital force, Ancient Egyptians to th…
hematology
the study of blood, recent developments in this field help sa…
"The Lymphatic System & The Blood" Anatomy & Physiology
lymphatic system
blood
MCV
MCH
Regulates body fluids and immune system
AKA the fluid of life, classified as the connective tissue -…
mean corpuscular volume
mean corpuscular hemoglobin
lymphatic system
Regulates body fluids and immune system
blood
AKA the fluid of life, classified as the connective tissue -…
Anatomy and Physiology: Circulatory System (Blood)
What is blood, and what is made up of
What is the percentage of formed eleme…
What are the characteristics of blood
What are the functions of blood
made up of plasma, erthrocytes (RBCs),leukocytes (WBCs), thro…
45% out of total blood volume which is 55%
*Sticky, opaque fluid with a metallic taste... *pH of blood is 7…
*Substance distrib... *Homeostasis(reg of blood levels for parti…
What is blood, and what is made up of
made up of plasma, erthrocytes (RBCs),leukocytes (WBCs), thro…
What is the percentage of formed eleme…
45% out of total blood volume which is 55%
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…
Cardiovascular system (blood) anatomy and physiology
Functions of the Blood
Composition of blood
Plasma
Plasma Proteins
Transport... -Oxygen Transport... -Takes carbon dioxide and other w…
-92%of H2O... -8% of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and differ types of…
-Liquid portion of blood... -approx 92% of blood... -approx 8%vario…
Proteins that circulate in the blood stream
Functions of the Blood
Transport... -Oxygen Transport... -Takes carbon dioxide and other w…
Composition of blood
-92%of H2O... -8% of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and differ types of…
Anatomy and Physiology: The Cardiovascular System- Blood Vessels
Blood vessels
Hemodynamics
Types of blood vessels
Arteries
Blood vessels provide structure for flow of blood and nutrien…
Forces involved in circulating blood throughout the body
Arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, veins
Carry blood away from the heart
Blood vessels
Blood vessels provide structure for flow of blood and nutrien…
Hemodynamics
Forces involved in circulating blood throughout the body
Anatomy & Physiology Systems II - Blood
Blood accounts for
Functions of blood
Buffy Coat
Albumin
7-8% of body weight
- buffering changes in pH... - distribution of heat... - maintainin…
In the between erythrocytes and plasma... - Leukocytes... - Platelets
60% of plasma proteins... - Fluid distribution... - Buffer for pH... -…
Blood accounts for
7-8% of body weight
Functions of blood
- buffering changes in pH... - distribution of heat... - maintainin…
35 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Systems II - Blood
Blood accounts for
Functions of blood
Buffy Coat
Albumin
7-8% of body weight
- buffering changes in pH... - distribution of heat... - maintainin…
In the between erythrocytes and plasma... - Leukocytes... - Platelets
60% of plasma proteins... - Fluid distribution... - Buffer for pH... -…
Blood accounts for
7-8% of body weight
Functions of blood
- buffering changes in pH... - distribution of heat... - maintainin…
13 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Cardiovascular System Blood Vessels
Strong, flexible, elastic, thick-walle…
three layers of arteries
very elastic layer; has smooth surface…
layer that is made of smooth muscle; l…
arteries
tunica interna (intima), tunica media, tunica externa (advent…
tunica interna (intima)
tunica media
Strong, flexible, elastic, thick-walle…
arteries
three layers of arteries
tunica interna (intima), tunica media, tunica externa (advent…
Blood, Lymph, and Immune System: Anatomy and Physiology
Antibody (Ab)
Antigen
Bile Pigment
Cytokine
Protective protein produced by B lymphocytes in response to t…
Substance, recognized as harmful to the host, that stimulates…
Substance derived from the breakdown of hemoglobin and excret…
Chemical substance produced by certain cells that initiates,…
Antibody (Ab)
Protective protein produced by B lymphocytes in response to t…
Antigen
Substance, recognized as harmful to the host, that stimulates…
43 terms
Cardiovascular Anatomy, Blood, Physiology of Cardiovascular System
Pulmonary Circulation
Systemic Circulation
tricuspid valve
bicuspid valve
to/from the lungs, right side
to/ from the body, left side
between right atrium and right ventricle
between left atrium and left ventricle
Pulmonary Circulation
to/from the lungs, right side
Systemic Circulation
to/ from the body, left side
Seeley's anatomy & physiology cardiovascular system ( blood)
functions of blood
transportation
regulation
protection
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
- pH... - body temperature
- foreign substances ... -clot formation
functions of blood
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
transportation
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
40 terms
Seeley's anatomy & physiology cardiovascular system ( blood)
functions of blood
transportation
regulation
protection
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
- pH... - body temperature
- foreign substances ... -clot formation
functions of blood
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
transportation
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
38 terms
Chapter 13: Blood System: Anatomy and Physiology
albumin
antibody (Ab)
antigen
basophil
Protein in blood; maintains the proper amount of water in the…
Protein (immunoglobin) produced by lymphocytes in response to…
Substance (usually foreign) that stimulates the production of…
White blood cell containing granules that stain blue; associa…
albumin
Protein in blood; maintains the proper amount of water in the…
antibody (Ab)
Protein (immunoglobin) produced by lymphocytes in response to…
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
104 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Physiology of Heart, Blood Vessels, Urinary System, and Lymphatic system
Autorhythmic fibers functions
How do auto rhythmic fibers initiate d…
Locations of autorhythmic fibers
SA node
Initiate depolarization, pacemakers, conduction (distribute a…
Unstable resting potential, spontaneous depolarization, ap ge…
SA node, AV node, AV bundles, right and left bundle branches,…
Controls depolarization, reaches threshold first, inherent rh…
Autorhythmic fibers functions
Initiate depolarization, pacemakers, conduction (distribute a…
How do auto rhythmic fibers initiate d…
Unstable resting potential, spontaneous depolarization, ap ge…
Anatomy and Physiology Blood
Plasma
Albumin
Globulins
Hematopoietic stem cells
clear, straw-colored liquid portion of blood
plasma protein that helps regulate osmotic concentration
plasma proteins synthesized by liver; used for transport of g…
give rise to all blood cells; found in bone marrow (aka hemoc…
Plasma
clear, straw-colored liquid portion of blood
Albumin
plasma protein that helps regulate osmotic concentration
23 terms
13.1 Blood System - Anatomy and Physiology
Plasma
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Platelets (thrombocytes)
The watery light-yellow fluid part of the lymph and the blood…
Mature red blood cells; biconcave disks that contains hemoglo…
Blood cells that participate in immunity and inflammation
Anucleate blood cells formed from bone marrow megakaryocytes
Plasma
The watery light-yellow fluid part of the lymph and the blood…
Erythrocytes
Mature red blood cells; biconcave disks that contains hemoglo…
67 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lab: Cardiovascular System-Blood vessels
Superficial Temporal artery
Superficial temporal vein
facial artery
facial vein
1.
2.
3.
4.
Superficial Temporal artery
1.
Superficial temporal vein
2.
61 terms
anatomy and physiology chapter 18 The circulatory system: blood
myths
hematology
true
circulatory system
Romans viewed blood as a vital force, Ancient Egyptians to th…
the study of blood, recent developments in this field help sa…
blood cells were first seen through microscopes
consists of the heart, blood vessels, and blood
myths
Romans viewed blood as a vital force, Ancient Egyptians to th…
hematology
the study of blood, recent developments in this field help sa…
38 terms
The Respiratory and blood system Anatomy and Physiology 2
The Respiratory System
Conducting Zone
Respiratory zone
Nose
Functions: ... - To provide the body with means of taking in (O2…
- Provides rigid conduits for air to reach the sites of gas e…
- Begins as terminal bronchioles --> respiratory bronchioles…
- Nasal choanae creates turbulent air flow that allows air to…
The Respiratory System
Functions: ... - To provide the body with means of taking in (O2…
Conducting Zone
- Provides rigid conduits for air to reach the sites of gas e…
54 terms
Anatomy and physiology chapter 9 blood and lymphatic system
Embolus
anaphylaxis
Antigens
Coagulation
A dislodged, circulating clot
An exaggerated, life-threatening hypersensitivity reaction to…
A substance, usually a protein, that causes the formation of…
The process of transforming a liquid into a solid, especially…
Embolus
A dislodged, circulating clot
anaphylaxis
An exaggerated, life-threatening hypersensitivity reaction to…
Anatomy & Physiology Cardiovascular System/Blood Review
Albumin
Basophil
Coagulation
Eosinophil
The main protein in human blood and help maintain osmotic pre…
Migrates to damaged tissues and release histamine to promote…
Clotting of blood.... -Most effective means of homeostasis. ... -Da…
Moderate allergic reactions as well as defend against parasit…
Albumin
The main protein in human blood and help maintain osmotic pre…
Basophil
Migrates to damaged tissues and release histamine to promote…
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…
128 terms
Anatomy and Physiology; Respiratory System, Blood, and Heart
respiratory system
what is respiration
what are the 4 stages of respiration?
define Pulmonary Ventilation
organs that exchange gases between the atmosphere and our body.
gaseous exchanges
1. Pulmonary Ventilation... 2. External Respiration ... 3. Internal…
air moving in and out of the lungs... (breathing)
respiratory system
organs that exchange gases between the atmosphere and our body.
what is respiration
gaseous exchanges
Anatomy and physiology chapter 9 blood and lymphatic system
Embolus
anaphylaxis
Antigens
Coagulation
A dislodged, circulating clot
An exaggerated, life-threatening hypersensitivity reaction to…
A substance, usually a protein, that causes the formation of…
The process of transforming a liquid into a solid, especially…
Embolus
A dislodged, circulating clot
anaphylaxis
An exaggerated, life-threatening hypersensitivity reaction to…
40 terms
Seeley's anatomy & physiology cardiovascular system ( blood)
functions of blood
transportation
regulation
protection
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
- pH... - body temperature
- foreign substances ... -clot formation
functions of blood
- transportation ... - regulation ... - protection
transportation
- gases, nutrients and waste products ... - processed molecules…
105 terms
Blood System and Anatomy and Physiology of the the Lymphatic System.
Blood is considered a
Formed elements contain
Which is the most numerous
what is the function of erythrocytes
connective tissue
a. RBC; Erythrocytes... b. WBC; LEUKCYTES... c. Platelets; Thromboc…
RBC
Carry oxygen and nutrients to the cell
Blood is considered a
connective tissue
Formed elements contain
a. RBC; Erythrocytes... b. WBC; LEUKCYTES... c. Platelets; Thromboc…
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
Suffixes for the anatomy and physiology of blood And immune system
-exia
-gen
-globin
-in
Condition
Producing
Protein substance
Substance
-exia
Condition
-gen
Producing
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
10 terms
Cardiovascular Anatomy & Physiology: Blood Supply and Systemic Circulation
The coronary arteries supply:
Distend:
Where do the 2 main coronary arteries…
The aortic valve closes at the beginni…
oxygenated blood to the heart.
To swell or cause pressure from inside.
The aorta, at the sinus of valsalva.
Diastole
The coronary arteries supply:
oxygenated blood to the heart.
Distend:
To swell or cause pressure from inside.
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?…
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
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
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…
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
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
Human Anatomy & Physiology Unit 7 Standards: Blood and Cardiovascular System
6a) Identify the major structures of t…
6b) Describe the pathway of the blood…
6c) List the general characteristics a…
6d) List at least three functions of t…
Right Ventricle... Left Ventricle... Right Atrium... Interventricular…
Superior/Inferior Vena Cava *→* Right Atrium erior/Inferior Vena Cava *→* Right Atrium *→* Tricuspid Va…
Erythrocytes: RBCs, responsible for oxygen distribution, ha…
Transportation: Delivers nutrients/oxygen and picks up carb…
6a) Identify the major structures of t…
Right Ventricle... Left Ventricle... Right Atrium... Interventricular…
6b) Describe the pathway of the blood…
Superior/Inferior Vena Cava *→* Right Atrium erior/Inferior Vena Cava *→* Right Atrium *→* Tricuspid Va…
50 terms
MCAT Cardiovascular System Anatomy-Physiology & Blood (Biology)
capillaries connect
pulmonary circulation involves pumping…
systemic regulation involves pumping b…
left atrium receive blood from
heart to veins
lungs and back
body and back
pulmonary veins
capillaries connect
heart to veins
pulmonary circulation involves pumping…
lungs and back
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