Anatomy Study Guide 7
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Anatomy Study Guide 7
Ogeechee Tech Anatomy Chapter 12 13
______ of blood flow is slowest in capillaries.
The _____ is part of the brain that regulates heart rate.
Starling's Law of the heart says that when cardic muscles are stretched, the more forcefully they will ______.
The ______ arteries are branches of the aorta and supply oxygen to the myocardium.
The purpose of ______ is to take blood to and from the lungs for gas exchange.
The function of ______ in veins is to prevent back flow of blood.
The _______ carry impulses from the medulla to decrease heart rate.
______ is the term for contraction of the chambers of heart.
______ carry blood from the heart to the capillaries.
The heart and lungs are located in this ______ .
A ______ will cause the sensation of pain in the heart.
Lack of Oxygen
Blood flow to the ______ will increase during exercise.
______ is the term for relaxation of the chambers of the heart.
The part of the Thoracic Cavity in which the heart is located is the ______.
______ are located in the carotid and aortic sinuses and detect changes in blood pressure.
An ______ in the vascular system is a connection between 2 arteries or 2 veins.
The normal states of arteries and veins is slightly _____ to maintain BP.
The fluid that prevents friction between the parietal and visceral pericardium of the heart is called the ______.
In one ______, when the ventricles are in systole, the atria are in diastole.
______ carry blood from capillaries to the heart.
Pressoreceptors detect changes in ______.
The ______ is the name for the muscular wall of the chambers of the heart.
The foramen ovale and ductus arteriosus permit most blood to bypass the fetal ______.
The part of the heart the initiates each beat is the ______
Capillaries walls are ______ because they are made of simple squamous epithelium which permits exchanges of materials.
The ______ is the name for the lining of the chambers of the heart.
In blood pressure readings, the ______ reading is listed first.
______ are located in aortic and carotid bodies and detect changes in blood oxygen levels.
The _______ is where the impulses for contraction of the heart passes from the atria to the ventricles.
Bundle of His
The function of the myocardium of the heart is to ______ blood.
Blood flow to the skeletal muscles will ______ during exercise.
The ______ are branches of the thoracic aorta.
In capillaries, oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged by the process of ______.
______ is prevented by the smooth endocardium in the heart.
After the impulse for contraction goes through the AV node, it then travels to the _______.
Chemoreceptors detect changes in blood ______ levels.
Blood flow in the digestive tract will _______ during exercise.
Blood is returned to the heart by the superior and inferior ______.
Exchanges between fetal and maternal blood take place in the ______.
The normal resting _______ for an adult is 60-80 bpm.
Blood flow to the brain will ______ during exercise.
Remain The Same
_______ return blood from the lungs to the left atrium.
The function of the lining of an artery is to prevent abnormal ______.
In capillaries, nutrients in plasma are brought to tissues by the process of ______.
______ is the amount of blood pumped by the left ventricle in one minute.
The vessel that take blood from the left ventricle to the body is the ______.
The purpose of the hepatic ______ is to enable the liver to regulate blood levels of nutrients and other substances.
______ is the term for high blood pressure.
The function of the middle layer of an artery is to help _______.
The pulmonary artery takes blood from the right ventricle to the ______.
The _______ of the heart is the percent of the blood within a ventricle that is pumped.
______ carry blood from arterioles to venules.
The function of the outer layer of an artery is to prevent _____.
The ______ of the heart prevent backflow of blood in the heart.