Review 1. Which is not alab part of

Review 1. Which is not alab part of

Review 1. Which is not alab part of the circulatory system? rotation A heart B veins C arteries D brain 2. Which describes the purpose of the circulatory system? A supply oxygen and nutrients to the body via the blood vessels

B remove digestive waste C control all of the movement within the body D remove liquid waste as urine Review 3. ____________________ travel away from the heart and carry oxygen-rich rotation lab blood to the body. A arteries

B veins C bones D nerves . The circulatory system works directly with the _______________ syste o exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide in the body. A excretory B endocrine C respiratory D nervous

The path that blood takes. Copy the following into your notes. The heart is an organ. Which of these are also organs and which are not? Organ Not an organ Brain Nucleus Cell

Liver Skin Eye Nerve Cytoplasm Create a T-chart to show your answers. One column for Organs and the other for Not Organs.

Re-write the statements in your notebook, put True or false at the end of each statement. How know about the the heart? Howmuch muchdo

doyou you know about heart? The heart has four chambers. The heart is the largest organ in the body. The heart contains valves. The heart contains cardiac

muscle. True Fals e Re-write the statements in your notebook, put True or false at the end of each statement. How much do you know about the heart?

The heart contains chambers known as the atrium. The heart is not an organ. The left side of the heart pumps blood to the lungs. True False The heart pumps blood around the body. The following pages describe the pathway of blood

through the heart. Write each of the steps blood takes as it travels through the heart. You should indicate the flow with arrows on the heart. There should be six steps or stages. The Heart - Stage 1: Blood enters the

heart through the vena cava, low on oxygen, and goes into the right atrium. The Heart - Stage 2: The heart pumps the blood from the right atrium to the right ventricle.

The Heart - Stage 3: The heart pumps blood from the right ventricle, through the pulmonary artery, toward the lungs. The Heart

- Stage 4: The blood returns from the lungs, full of oxygen, and re-enters through the left atrium. The Heart - Stage 5: The heart pumps blood from the left atrium into the left ventricle.

The Heart - Stage 6: The heart then pumps blood from the left ventricle, out of the heart, and to the rest of the body. In reality, stages one to three occur at the same time as stages four to six. Blood

enters and exits both sides of the heart at the same time. THE HEART Use the blank heart diagram and your notes to make a colored coded path of blood through the

heart. - Right side is low on oxygen and is blue - Left side is full of oxygen and is red - Label the main structures of the heart. THE HEART

THE HEART

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