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BIOLOGY: transport system
structure of the human heart
main substances to be transported by b…
blood
blood vessels
nutrients... oxygen... carbon dioxide... urea... hormones... antibodies... heat
fluid that transported through the system
tubes that carry blood.
structure of the human heart
main substances to be transported by b…
nutrients... oxygen... carbon dioxide... urea... hormones... antibodies... heat
biology transport system
hypotonic
hypertonic
paramecia
hypo
where the water enters (fire hydrent)
where the water leaves ( when energy leaves you)
contractile vacuales... organelles that regulate water (
no low concentration
hypotonic
where the water enters (fire hydrent)
hypertonic
where the water leaves ( when energy leaves you)
Biology EOY [Transport System]
Blood
Blood Vessels
Heart
List Useful Substance transported to o…
- Transports useful substances to all body cells, &... - Remove…
- Transport oxygenated blood from the heart to all part of th…
- Act as a muscle pump to push blood to all of the body
- Oxygen... - Water... - Nutrients
Blood
- Transports useful substances to all body cells, &... - Remove…
Blood Vessels
- Transport oxygenated blood from the heart to all part of th…
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Biology transport and the circulatory system
Absorption
Cell membrane
Passive transport
Active transport
The passage of material across the membrane
Semi permeable (allows certain things to pass through)
The movement of molecules from high to low concentration (can…
Movement of molecules from low to high concentration (energy…
Absorption
The passage of material across the membrane
Cell membrane
Semi permeable (allows certain things to pass through)
24 terms
Biology-Transport system
Coronary arteries
Heart
Right atrium, vena cava
Right ventricle, pulmonary artery
Form a network of vessels around the heart and supply the car…
Is a muscle that must continually contract in order to pump b…
Blood returning from all parts of the body enter (X) via the…
The blood passes from the (X) and then via the (Y) to the lun…
Coronary arteries
Form a network of vessels around the heart and supply the car…
Heart
Is a muscle that must continually contract in order to pump b…
36 terms
Biology - transport systems
- Large surface area: its internal sur…
They allow digested food to diffuse in…
- Muscles contract behind the food... - M…
To ensure that food only travels in on…
How are the villi well-suited to their role?
What do the villi do? What are the parts; which substances do…
How does peristalsis work?
What does peristalsis ensure?
- Large surface area: its internal sur…
How are the villi well-suited to their role?
They allow digested food to diffuse in…
What do the villi do? What are the parts; which substances do…
60 terms
Biology 1409 - The Transport System
Which statement is true about the arte…
In an open circulatory system
A four chambered heart, veins, arterie…
The pulmonary circuit in a closed circ…
A. The blood pressure is higher than the osmotic pressure, ca…
A. hemolymph enters the heart via ostia.
B. some closed circulatory systems.
B. gas exchange in the lungs.
Which statement is true about the arte…
A. The blood pressure is higher than the osmotic pressure, ca…
In an open circulatory system
A. hemolymph enters the heart via ostia.
31 terms
IB Biology: The Transport (Blood) System
Pulmonary Subsystem
Systemic Subsystem
Cardiac Subsystem
Heart
-From the heart to the lungs and back... -Oxygenates blood and r…
-Oxygenated blood and nutrients delivered to all cells of the…
-Coronary arteries deliver oxygenated blood and nutrients to…
A muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body
Pulmonary Subsystem
-From the heart to the lungs and back... -Oxygenates blood and r…
Systemic Subsystem
-Oxygenated blood and nutrients delivered to all cells of the…
Biology: Transport Systems
State the relationship between cells,…
What is the function of the brain?
What is the function of the heart?
What is the function of the lungs?
Cells work together to form tissues, ... tissues can the work to…
The brain controls all body activities
The heart pumps blood around the body
The lungs take in oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from the b…
State the relationship between cells,…
Cells work together to form tissues, ... tissues can the work to…
What is the function of the brain?
The brain controls all body activities
19 terms
BIOLOGY: Transport Systems
why do unicellular organisms not requi…
what makes the circulatory system
what are veins
what are arteries
because materials can move easily in and out of the cell by d…
mainly lungs, heart and blood vessels
blood vessels that travel into the heart and carry deoxygenat…
blood vessels that travel away from the heart and carry oxyge…
why do unicellular organisms not requi…
because materials can move easily in and out of the cell by d…
what makes the circulatory system
mainly lungs, heart and blood vessels
BIOLOGY: EXCHANGE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
ORGANISM NEED
MULTICELLULAR EXCHANGE
SIZE
SHAPE
-Take in oxygen for respiration and nutrients... -Excrete waste…
-Single-celled, diffuse directly as theres a smaller distance…
-Heat loss depends on its SA... -Small SA : V so not much lost... -…
-Compact shape minimise heat loss... -Less compact- gangly- more…
ORGANISM NEED
-Take in oxygen for respiration and nutrients... -Excrete waste…
MULTICELLULAR EXCHANGE
-Single-celled, diffuse directly as theres a smaller distance…
Multicellular Biology - Transport Systems
Why is transport needed?
Water is needed in plants for...
Xylem
Transports sugar and minerals in both…
Multicellular organisms need transport systems to deal with s…
Transportation of materials and photosynthesis.
Transports water in one direction to the leaves, they are dea…
Phloem.
Why is transport needed?
Multicellular organisms need transport systems to deal with s…
Water is needed in plants for...
Transportation of materials and photosynthesis.
23 terms
Biology-transport systems
The circulatory system transports subs…
Oxygenated blood...
Deoxygenated blood...
It is a double circulation system, blo…
Heart, blood vessels and blood
Provides glucose and oxygen to cells
Takes away waste products (CO2)
To carry blood from your heart-to your lungs-and back to the…
The circulatory system transports subs…
Heart, blood vessels and blood
Oxygenated blood...
Provides glucose and oxygen to cells
20 terms
AS Biology Mammalian Transport System
Multicellular organisms = transport sy…
Single circulatory system
Double circulatory system
Closed circulatory system
Low SA to vol ratio... Diffusion too slow to supply enough oxyge…
Blood only passes through the heart ONCE for each complete ci…
Blood passes through the heart TWICE for each complete circui…
Blood is enclosed inside blood vessels e.g. fish. ADVANTAGE:…
Multicellular organisms = transport sy…
Low SA to vol ratio... Diffusion too slow to supply enough oxyge…
Single circulatory system
Blood only passes through the heart ONCE for each complete ci…
5 terms
Biology transport systems
Elastic fibres
Smooth muscle
Collagen
Haemocoel
Composed of elastin and can stretch and recoil providing vess…
Contracts or relaxes changing the size of the lumen
Provides structural support to maintain the shape and volume…
Open body cavity
Elastic fibres
Composed of elastin and can stretch and recoil providing vess…
Smooth muscle
Contracts or relaxes changing the size of the lumen
Biology transport systems
Upper epidermus
Palisade mesophyll
Spongy mesophyll
Vein
Thin layer of cells that protect the leaf. Its transparent to…
Main site of photosynthesis - contains lots of chloroplasts
Photosynthesis also occurs here and the most air spaces betwe…
Contains xylem and phloem vessels for water and sugar transport
Upper epidermus
Thin layer of cells that protect the leaf. Its transparent to…
Palisade mesophyll
Main site of photosynthesis - contains lots of chloroplasts
Biology Transport System
Step One
Step Two
Step Three
Step Four
Cytoplasmic Na+ binds to the sodium-potassium pump
Na+binding stimulates phosphorylation by ATP
Phosphorylation causes the protein to change its conformation…
Extracellular K+ binds to the protein which triggers releases…
Step One
Cytoplasmic Na+ binds to the sodium-potassium pump
Step Two
Na+binding stimulates phosphorylation by ATP
Biology 3 - Transport Systems
Water is transported up the stem to th…
Sugars are transported to plant storag…
Give one method of treating a narrowed…
Which part of the blood transports urea?
Xylem
Phloem
Stent/ by-pass operation/statins
Plasma
Water is transported up the stem to th…
Xylem
Sugars are transported to plant storag…
Phloem
Biology - transport systems
Why can unicellular organims rely on d…
What is the need for transport systems…
What is the general plan of the circul…
How does the heart function?
Unicellular organisms- including fungi and bacteria- have a l…
It has less surface area which means less area for substances…
Vein- to the heart... Artery- away from heart... Lung- pulmonary... Li…
The right atrium fills with blood (from vena cava) - the valv…
Why can unicellular organims rely on d…
Unicellular organisms- including fungi and bacteria- have a l…
What is the need for transport systems…
It has less surface area which means less area for substances…
Biology-Transport systems in plants
What do phloem tubes transport ?
What are phloem tubes made up of ?
Where do phloem transport food substan…
What is the movement of food substance…
Food
Living cells with perforated end plates to allow stuff to flo…
Up and down the stem to growing and storage tissues
Translocation
What do phloem tubes transport ?
Food
What are phloem tubes made up of ?
Living cells with perforated end plates to allow stuff to flo…
14 terms
Biology-The Body's Transport System
cardiovascular system
heart
atrium
pacemaker
A system of the body composed of the heart, blood, and blood…
A hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body.
A heart chamber that receives blood from the veins
A group of cells located in the right atrium that sends out s…
cardiovascular system
A system of the body composed of the heart, blood, and blood…
heart
A hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body.
6 terms
Biology- Transport Systems
What do cells in living Organisms all…
How do these substaces enter a unicell…
Why is the diffusion rate in Unicellul…
Why can't multicellular organisms use…
A variety of substances to live e.g water minerals, sugars an…
Substances diffuse directly into & out of the cell. The diffu…
The short distances substances have to travel
It would be too slow
What do cells in living Organisms all…
A variety of substances to live e.g water minerals, sugars an…
How do these substaces enter a unicell…
Substances diffuse directly into & out of the cell. The diffu…
8 terms
Biology T6: transport system
Focus
3 parts
Mammalian heart
Cardiac cycle
Closed circulatory systems; blood confined to blood vessels
Blood, heart, blood vessels
•4 chambers: ... - 2 atria; collecting chambers... - 2 ventricles;…
-describes rhythmic contraction and relaxation of cardiac mus…
Focus
Closed circulatory systems; blood confined to blood vessels
3 parts
Blood, heart, blood vessels
Chapter 7 Biology: Transport System
What does the transport system do?
What is homeostasis?
How do plants exchange nutrients?
What is xylem?
maintain homeostasis by giving nutrients and eliminating wastes
internal balance
with xylem and phloem
water; up
What does the transport system do?
maintain homeostasis by giving nutrients and eliminating wastes
What is homeostasis?
internal balance
73 terms
Transport Systems OCR B Biology
ventricle
aorta
pulmonary artery
atrioventricular valves
lower chamber of the heart
main artery of the body
artery that carries blood to the lungs to be oxygenated
prevent backflow of blood between chambers
ventricle
lower chamber of the heart
aorta
main artery of the body
BIOLOGY: MORE EXCHANGE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
FOOD BROKEN DOWN
CARBOHYDRATES
LIPIDS
PROTEINS
-Large biological molecules can't cross cell membranes and so…
AMYLASE:... -Starch to maltose through hydrolysis of glycosidic…
LIPASE:... -Lipids to monoglycerides and fatty acids by hydrolys…
PROTEASES... ENDOPEPTIDASES:... -Hydrolyse peptide bonds IN a prot…
FOOD BROKEN DOWN
-Large biological molecules can't cross cell membranes and so…
CARBOHYDRATES
AMYLASE:... -Starch to maltose through hydrolysis of glycosidic…
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6.2 The Transport System - IB Biology HL
human heart
coronary arteries
role of coronary arteries
myogenic muscle contraction
arteries on "outside" of heart, can be seen in anterior view…
supply heart muscle with oxygen through transported blood, st…
contraction of heart muscle without functioning of nodes, wit…
human heart
coronary arteries
arteries on "outside" of heart, can be seen in anterior view…
39 terms
Chapter 7 Biology: Transport System
What does the transport system do?
What is homeostasis?
How do plants exchange nutrients?
What is xylem?
maintain hemostats by giving nutrients and eliminating wastes?
internal balance
with xylem and phloem
water; up
What does the transport system do?
maintain hemostats by giving nutrients and eliminating wastes?
What is homeostasis?
internal balance
6 terms
transport systems 2.9 biology
xylem
phloem
vascular bundle
lignin
transports water and minerals around the plant. especially to…
carry dissolved sugars made from leaves around the plant. thi…
xylem and phloem tubes are found in continuous vascular bundles
organic polymers that form important structural materials. Ve…
xylem
transports water and minerals around the plant. especially to…
phloem
carry dissolved sugars made from leaves around the plant. thi…
13 terms
Biology: Animal Transport and Exchange Systems
Right Atrium
Left Atrium
Right Ventricle
Left Ventricle
Recives blood from the body
Receives blood from the lungs
Pumps blood to the lungs
Pumps blood round of body
Right Atrium
Recives blood from the body
Left Atrium
Receives blood from the lungs
28 terms
Biology Unit 2: Transport systems
Multicellular organisms need specialis…
Circulatory systems where blood passes…
Systems where blood passes through the…
Systems where fluids circulate freely…
Surface area to volume ratio, and distance substances need to…
Single-circuit
Double-circuit
Open
Multicellular organisms need specialis…
Surface area to volume ratio, and distance substances need to…
Circulatory systems where blood passes…
Single-circuit
Biology Unit 5: Transport Systems
circulatory system
aorta
vena cava
pulmonary artery
organ system which circulates blood around our body
main artery of the body where oxygenated blood is sent out to…
main vein of the body which returns deoxygenated blood
carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs
circulatory system
organ system which circulates blood around our body
aorta
main artery of the body where oxygenated blood is sent out to…
17 terms
Biology - Animal Transport and Exchange Systems
What is the main function of blood?
What is the function of red blood cells?
How are red blood cells specialized?
What is the function of haemoglobin?
Blood transports nutrients, oxygen and carbon dioxide around…
Oxygen and some of the carbon dioxide are transported in the…
They are biconcave in shape, have no nucleus and contain haem…
Oxygen diffuses into the red blood cell and combines with hae…
What is the main function of blood?
Blood transports nutrients, oxygen and carbon dioxide around…
What is the function of red blood cells?
Oxygen and some of the carbon dioxide are transported in the…
18 terms
AS Biology Transport systems in plants.
Xylem
What does lignin do in the xylem?
Why are xylem made of dead cells align…
Why are xylem tubes very narrow?
Long tubes in plants to transport water.
They waterproof the cell and strengthen the xylem.
This means it forms a continuous tube so water can flow throu…
It allows capillary action.
Xylem
Long tubes in plants to transport water.
What does lignin do in the xylem?
They waterproof the cell and strengthen the xylem.
22 terms
Biology Cell Transportation
Diffusion
Osmosis
Hypertonic solution
Hypotonic solution
Movement of MOLECULES from area of high concentration to an a…
Diffusion of WATER through a semipermeable membrane from a pl…
Concentration of solutes outside the cell is higher than the…
Concentration of solutes outside the cell is lower than the c…
Diffusion
Movement of MOLECULES from area of high concentration to an a…
Osmosis
Diffusion of WATER through a semipermeable membrane from a pl…
Transportation System
System
Subsystem
Structure
Propulsion
...
...
...
System
...
Subsystem
...
53 terms
Biology Test - transport systems (plants & humans)
xylem
photosynthesis equation
photosynthesis
roots
carries water and dissolved minerals from roots to leaves ins…
The process by which plants use the energy from sunlight to p…
absorb water and nutrients from the soil which are transporte…
xylem
carries water and dissolved minerals from roots to leaves ins…
photosynthesis equation
7 terms
IB Biology SL 6.2 Transport System
Explain the flow of blood through the…
State that the coronary arteries suppl…
Explain the actions of the heart
Outline control of the heartbeat in te…
Superior and inferior vena cava, right atrium, tricuspid valv…
Heart is myogenic (contract by itself) and receives nutrients…
Atria collect blood from veins, ventricles pump out blood int…
The heart beats on its own without nerve stimulation as inita…
Explain the flow of blood through the…
Superior and inferior vena cava, right atrium, tricuspid valv…
State that the coronary arteries suppl…
Heart is myogenic (contract by itself) and receives nutrients…
AS Biology - 8 Mammalian transport system
cardiovascular system
heart
blood vessels
aorta
the blood system; the main transport system of mammals
a hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circ…
a system of interconnecting tubes
the main artery of the body, supplying oxygenated blood to th…
cardiovascular system
the blood system; the main transport system of mammals
heart
a hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circ…
26 terms
Ch. 9-Absorption and Transport system (Plant biology)
Short-distance transport
Long-distance transport
Transmembrane route
Symplastic route
-Substances from cell to cell... -Loading of sucrose from photos…
-Sap within xylem and phloem... -Transport of photosynthate from…
-Out of one cell, across a cell wall, and into another cell
-Via the symplast... --The symplast is the continuum of cytosol…
Short-distance transport
-Substances from cell to cell... -Loading of sucrose from photos…
Long-distance transport
-Sap within xylem and phloem... -Transport of photosynthate from…
Honors Biology: Transport Systems (Ch. 7)
lignin
xylem
phloem
tracheids
a hard organic compound that gives strength and rigidity to p…
the tube-shaped, nonliving tissue of the vascular system in p…
a portion of the vascular system in plants consisting of livi…
a water-conducting and supportive element of xylem composed o…
lignin
a hard organic compound that gives strength and rigidity to p…
xylem
the tube-shaped, nonliving tissue of the vascular system in p…
Transportation System
system
subsystem
structure
guidance
A group of interacting, interrelated or interdependent elemen…
a smaller component of a larger system
An organized system that shows a clear pattern
something that provides directions or advice as to a decision…
system
A group of interacting, interrelated or interdependent elemen…
subsystem
a smaller component of a larger system
transportation system
system
subsystem
structure
guidance
A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent eleme…
a smaller component of a larger system
An organized system that shows a clear pattern
something that provides direction or advice as to a decision…
system
A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent eleme…
subsystem
a smaller component of a larger system
23 terms
biology//transportation
simple diffusion
diffusion
osmosis
passive transport
- no energy ... - molecules move from area on high to low concen…
passive process where molecules move because of natural kinet…
- diffusion of water across a membrane... - high to low concentr…
movement of molecular substances across a cell membrane witho…
simple diffusion
- no energy ... - molecules move from area on high to low concen…
diffusion
passive process where molecules move because of natural kinet…
Honors Biology Chapter 7 Transport System
One of the adaptations necessary for t…
Plants that have a vascular system hav…
The purpose of a transport system is t…
Transport of nutrients in a plant is a…
an effective water-conducting system
tissue that transport water and nutrients
carry nutrients to cells and waste products away from cells
vascular system
One of the adaptations necessary for t…
an effective water-conducting system
Plants that have a vascular system hav…
tissue that transport water and nutrients
8 terms
Biology 8e | 33.2 Internal Transport Systems
circulatory system
heart
blood
open circulatory system
Organ system consisting of a heart or hearts and blood-filled…
Muscular organ that pumps blood through a body.
Circulatory fluid; in vertebrates it is a fluid connective ti…
System in which blood leaves vessels and seeps through tissue…
circulatory system
Organ system consisting of a heart or hearts and blood-filled…
heart
Muscular organ that pumps blood through a body.
63 terms
OCR Biology AS transport systems in mammals and plants
closed system
adv of a double system
adv of a closed system
Capillery function
blood always moves within blood vessels and can be maintained…
blood pressure can be maintained... oxygenated blood does not m…
blood pressure can be maintained... pressures can differ... blood…
connect arterioles and venules forming vast network within ti…
closed system
blood always moves within blood vessels and can be maintained…
adv of a double system
blood pressure can be maintained... oxygenated blood does not m…
33 terms
Biology - Transportation
Phospholipid Structure
Protein Structure
Cholesterol Structure
Phospholipid Function
✦ Polar head/non-polar tail... ✦ Tiny Particles... ✦ O2 & Co2
✦ Channel things to go through... ✦ Polar
✦ Keeps the phospholipids from not touching
Selectively chooses what goes in and out of the cell.
Phospholipid Structure
✦ Polar head/non-polar tail... ✦ Tiny Particles... ✦ O2 & Co2
Protein Structure
✦ Channel things to go through... ✦ Polar
14 terms
Biology Transportation
Isotonic
Hypotonic
Hypertonic
Selectively Permeable
the total molar concentration of dissolved solutes is the sam…
When one environment's concentration is less than anothers
When one environment's concentration is less than anothers
Only let in stuff they need, kick out stuff they don't
Isotonic
the total molar concentration of dissolved solutes is the sam…
Hypotonic
When one environment's concentration is less than anothers
20 terms
Air Transportation System
Aircraft
Glider
Helicopter
Aerodynamics
A vehicle that transport through the air.
An aircraft with stable wings, but no power source.
An aircraft with rotating wings.
The study of the motion of air and how it reacts to objects p…
Aircraft
A vehicle that transport through the air.
Glider
An aircraft with stable wings, but no power source.
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