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Circulatory system

Four components of blood Plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets
Liquid part of the blood Plasma
Fight infection White blood cells
Carry oxygen around the body Red blood cells
Where red, white blood cells and platelets are made Bone marrow
Carry blood away from the heart Arteries
Carry blood to the heart Veins
Prevent backflow of blood in veins Valves
Organ that pumps blood all over the body Heart
Allows materials to pass in and out of blood due to the pores on their walls Capillaries
The muscle the heart is made from Cardiac muscle
Blood is pumped in this blood vessel by the heart so blood is under high pressure Artery
Blood is not pumped in this type of blood vessel and flows back to the heart Veins
This blood vessel has valves to prevent the backflow of blood Veins
The lower chambers of the heart are called Ventricles
Upper chambers of the heart are called Atriums
The wall of the heart that separates the right side of the heart from the left Septum
Right side of the heart pumps blood to the Lungs
Left side of the heart pumps blood to the Body
Which side of the heart has more muscle Left side
The side of the heart that has oxygenated blood Left side
The type of blood vessel where you can find a pulse Artery
Created by: scienceatkcc