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The heart

The circularoty system

blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart vein
smooth layer of cells lining the inside of the heart endocardium
valve between the right ventricle and pulmonary artery pulmonary valve
upper chamber of the heart atrium
valve between the left ventricle and aorta aortic valve
muscular middle layer of the heart myocardium
blood cell that carried oxygen and carbon dioxide erythrocyte
breif period of rest in the heart diastole
fluid portion of blood plasma
double layerd membrane on the outside of the heart pericardium
blood vessel that connects arterioles with venuels capillaries
valve between the left artium and left ventricle mitralvalve
blood cell that helps fight infection leukocyte
bloodcell required for the clotting process thrombocyte
blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart arteri
period of ventricular contraction in the heart systole
muscular wall that seperates the heart into the right and left side septum
complex protein on red blood cells hemoglobin
tissue that flows through the circulatory system blood
lower chamber of the heart ventricle
Created by: Tinkerbell_xoxo