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Lab 2: Cardiovascular And Circulatory Systems

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1.  Contain venous blood(deoxygenated) that returns from the body to the heart.
2.  Strong elastic vessels that carry blood away from the heart(oxygenated).
3.  Simple squamous epithelial tissue and a thin layer of alveolar connective tissue.
4.  Innermost layer of arteries made up of simple squamous epithelial tissue and a thin layer of connective tissue that helps to prevent blood clots and regulates blood flow.
5.  The middle layer of arteries where cells secrete prostacyclin to prevent blood clots and is exceedingly smooth.
6.  The outer layer of arteries, aka adventitia, which is a thin layer containing connective tissue with elastic and collagenous fibers.
7.  Involuntary muscle found in organs that myst contract fluid.(ex.stomach)
8.  Smaller blood vessels which are a single layer of endothelium and extensions of arterioles.
9.  An artery that can stretch and return to normal shape after distortion. (ex. those that branch off of the aorta of the heart.)
10.  Arteries that contain smooth muscles.
11.  Smaller branches of arteries.
12.  Smaller branches of veins.
13.  A capillary that has multiple openings.
14.  Membranous folds in a canal or passage that prevents backflow of material passing through it.
15.  The period of contraction of the heart, especially in the ventricles during which blood is forced into the aorta and pulmonary artery.
16.  The phase of the cardiac cycle in which the heart relaxes between contractions, specifically, the period when the two ventricles are dilated by blood flowing through them.
17.  Constriction of vessels.
18.  relaxation of vessels.
19.  Where to arteries carry blood in relation to the heart?
20.  Why is it important for the Tunica interna to be smooth?
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B.
C.
21.  What part of the nervous system controls the Tunica media
22.  What is the function of the Tunica media?
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B.
C.
23.  What is the function of the Tunica externa?
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B.
C.
D.
E.
24.  Where to veins carry blood?
25.  Veins have similar to arteries with the major difference in the _________________ which is much thinner than arteries.
26.  What is the special structure veins have that arteries do not?
27.  What do valves prevent?
28.  Capillaries are composed of a ________ layer of endothelium.
29.  What is the function of the capillary?
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B.
C.
30.  What is another term for red blood cells?
31.  The function of erythrocytes are to carry oxygen.
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B.
32.  What is special about the structure of red blood cells?They are_________.
33.  How does the concavity of RBC's relate to function?
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B.
C.
34.  What is the name of the structure labeled A?
35.  What is the name of the structure labeled B?
36.  What is the name of the structures labeled C?
37.  What are the structures labeled D?
38.  What are the structures labeled E?
39.    What are the structures labled F?
40.  What is the structure on the left?
41.  What is the structure on the right?
42.  What are these structures?
43.  What structure does the green arrow indicate?
44.  What are the pink arrows pointing to?
45.  What is the name for the out of place cell pictured here?
46.  What is 1 pointing to?
47.  What is the structure for A?
48.  What is the structure for B?
49.  What is the structure for C?
50.  What is the structure for D?
51.  What is the structure for E?
52.  What is A?
53.  What is B?
54.  What is C?
55.  What is D?
56.  What is E?
57.  Ther term for pressure in the arteries at peak ventricular ejection
58.  The term for the pressure in th arteries at ventricular relaxation.
59.  The name of the instrument used to find blood pressure through an ausculatory method.
60.  Which artery do we place the cuff over?
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