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The Human Heart

Science:The Heart and Things Within it.

What is the difference between positive and negative blood types? Negative blood types have 2 chemicals in it that the positive blood types don't.
Where are red blood cells made? On the inside of your bones.
What are the 4 main parts of blood? Plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
What are the 4 main blood types? A, B, AB, and O.
What is a soecial name for someone with type O blood? The universal donor.
What is the Universal Donor? A person with type O blood because any other type of blood may recieve type O blood.
What is the special name for people with AB blood? The Universal Recipient because they can recieve any type of blood.
What is a blood transfusion? How old do you have to be to give blood? A blood transfusionis when you danoate blood to someone who needs it. You must be at least eighteen years old.
What are platelets and what do they do to help your body? Platelets are shaped like jelly filled doughnuts and the will form good clots when you begin to bleed so that your blood will stay inside your body.
What is Fibrin? Fibrin is thread like stuff that holds a clot together.
As a clot dries out a ______ forms A scab forms.
Under a scab, new ____ cells are being made up to help ____ the torn skin. 1. Skin. 2. Repair/Heal.
If you ____ at a scab then you could rip it and delay its repair. Pick.
What is the largest artery in your body? The aorta
What is the largest vein in your body? The vena cava.
What is bone marrow? Bone marrow is the soft tissue in your bones where both blood cells and platelets are made.
What are the three types of blood vessels? 1. Arteries 2. Capillaries. 3. Veins.
What are Arteries? Arteries are the blood vessels that take blood away from the heart and to different places in the body. The color of the blood it carries is broght red because there is hemoglobin in it.
What are Capillaries? Capillaries are the blood vessels in your body that are thinner then the hairs on our heads and they connect arteries to veins. Oxygen and waste pass through the capillary walls.
What are Veins? Veins are the blood vessels that take our blood back to our heart. The blood in veins are dark purple colored.
Your blood is pumped by your _____ Heart.
Your blood travels through _________ of miles of _____ _______ right within your own body! Thousands and blood vessels.
your blood carries these 4 things. nutrients water oxygen and waste products.
Your blood is not just a red liquid. It is made up of solids liquids and small amounts of ______ and ______ _______ Oxygen and carbon dioxide.
What are the 3 main parts of the circulatory system? 1. The heart(<3) 2. The blood 3. The Blood Vessels.
Your heart beats about 3 _______ times in a lifetime! billion.
Your _____ is like a muscle pump. heart.
What is the #1 buliding block of all living things? cells.
Groups of cells working together to do a certain job is called. tissue
Groups of tissues working together make... organs
groups of organs working together make... systems
All of the human systems working togther make... the human body!!!
How big is your heart? About the size of your fist.
What are chambers? Different places in your heart. (you have 4 chambers)
What are atriums? The two upper chambers of your heart. They are connected to the ventricles by valves.
What are Ventricles? The two lower chambers in your heart. They are connected to the atriums by valves.
What is the sectum? The "wall" that divides the right and lest chambers of your heart.
fWhat is your heart made of? Strong muscle that never stops working until you die.
How often does your heart beat? Babies: 120 beats per minute. 11 years: 85-90 beats per minute. Adults: 60-80 beats per minute.
Where is the aorta located? About as tick as your thumb. Leads out of the left ventricle.
Pulse The rhythmitic pressure of blood pumping through your veins and arteries.
What do valves do? They control the flow of your blood going into and out of your heart. And they stop the blood from going the wrong way.
What parts of your heart actually pump the blood? Your left and right ventricles.
What could be the definition of a careless blood transfusion? If they gave you the wrong type of blood. It could form bad blood clots and block the blood from going to your heart. The cause of this could be very serious injury or death.
When the body works hard the heart beats ______ faster.
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