Each correct answer is worth one point. The muscular work of the ventricles is harder and their muscle fibers are more developed. By: bill nye the science guy!!! You will also be able to review each individual question and your answer at the conclusion of the Circulatory Anatomy Quiz. All of the above 9. They would have to take regular doses of plasma. Compose an email, then attach the image. By: Gideon on Jan 9, 2012 Circulatory system is beast By: ashley on Aug 29, 2011 let us take care of our circulatory system By: mike on Jul 14, 2011 this is greatt! The migration of cells is necessary for proper development of circulating cells during fetal life.
Send it to the intended recipient. The heart is a muscular organ that contains chambers right atrium and right ventricle and left atrium and left ventricle through which blood passes. When blood goes through the alveolar capillaries of the lungs, hematosis oxygenation occurs and carbon dioxide is released to the exterior. Arthropods, molluscs cephalopods are exception and protochordates have open circulatory systems. What valve separates the aorta from the heart? As a result, the smaller arteries are used to regulate blood pressure as well as reroute blood direction by adjusting arteriole diameter accordingly. A scab will form on the skin surface.
The chambers of the heart through which blood exits are the ventricles. How different are oxyhemoglobin and hemoglobin? By: jimmy on Jun 6, 2010 its a good quiz By: waleed on May 31, 2010 circulatory system is very complex. Oxygen is necessary for cell growth and energy. Good luck, and remember that you can take the Circulatory Anatomy Quiz multiple times on multiple days. Why can amphibian circulation be classified as double and incomplete? Because arterioles have more smooth muscle per volume, they are able to respond to sympathetic innervation more efficiently than larger arteries.
From there it is pumped through the pulmonary semilunar valve into the pulmonary artery on its way to the lungs. Arteries are pulsating blood vessels. Open and Closed Circulatory Systems 5. The increase in hydrostatic pressure pushes the fluid in the blood towards the lungs, resulting in pulmonary edema. By: fred figglehorn on Mar 3, 2010 cool quiz what did you think? The arterial system has thicker muscle walls, since within arteries blood circulates under higher pressure. What happens to blood when it passes through the lungs? Why may clinical signs regarding the lymphatic system be observed during inflammatory and infectious conditions? What are arterial vessels, arteries and arterioles? Without the circulatory system, the body would not be able to fight disease or maintain a stable internal environment — such as proper temperature and pH — known as homeostasis. By: preety on Jun 27, 2010 arteries do not have valves but blood flows in one direction because of high blood pressure.
Before being certified as cardiologists, those aspiring to the specialty must be certified in internal medicine. Which one of the following is the correct gas exchange? By: amanda on Feb 3, 2011 good quiz! Quiz results can be emailed by you in 3 easy steps by taking a screen shot. Bivalve molluscs, such as mussels and oysters, have an open circulatory system also known as a lacunar circulatory system where blood flows under low pressure, since it falls into cavities in the body and does not only circulate within blood vessels. Biology for life, got yo back. The circulatory system moves nutrients, gases, and wastes to and from cells to maintain homeostasis.
Explanation: Smooth muscle is typically innervated by the sympathetic nervous system. A closed circulatory system is more efficient. Although platelets are themselves not cells, they are fragments of cells that are created by hematopoietic stem cells. This quiz tests your knowledge of the cardiovascular system of the human body. What substance stimulates the production of red blood cells? What valve separates these chambers? In this situation, the efficiency of the respiratory system must be greater and therefore the body synthesizes more hemoglobin and more red blood cells in an attempt to obtain more oxygen. There are four pulmonary veins, two that drain blood from the right lung and two that drain the left lung.
However, if you disagree with our answer to any question, please research the issue. How do respiratory pigments work? Why is that valve important? Compensatory hyperglobulinemia is the reason why athletes who will compete at high altitudes need to arrive there a few days before the event so that there is time for their body to make more red blood cells, thus allowing them to be less affected by the effects of the low atmospheric oxygen concentration fatigue, reduced muscular strength. At birth, all of the bone marrows are red. However, the activity can be changed during pathological conditions. At around the 3 rd month, these stem cells migrate to the liver with some to the spleen and the lymph node.
What is the importance of that valve? Oxygen is not important -- carbon dioxide is the most important substance to the body. By: mellba brown on Nov 24, 2010 mell brown By: konjo on Nov 23, 2010 this is easy By: tia on Nov 20, 2010 it a great system By: p on Nov 20, 2010 good test By: apurva on Nov 4, 2010 i just love studying circulatory system. A varix means is an abnormal enlargement of a vein. Explanation: The left ventricle is responsible for pumping blood to all body tissues. If it stops beating even a fraction of a seconds, it could lead to death.
This is the reason why people who spend a large amount of time standing e. Venous blood circulates within the vena cava. By: Tim on Feb 9, 2010. What is known as the hearts' pacemaker? By: Abbey on Jun 5, 2011 Thanks, great quiz! Heart contraction is independent from neural stimulus although it can be regulated by the autonomous nervous system. For example, suffer from narrowing of the heart arteries. Gastric juices produce the red colour of the blood. Both Right and Left side of heart have oxygenated blood b.