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Circulatory System

The Circulatory System is what system? Transport
The purpose of the circulatory system is to carry ___________and _________to cells of the body. Oxygen and Food
Does the circulatory protect us from diseases? Yes or NO YES
How many parts does the heart have? 3
What are the parts of the CIRCULATORY SYSTEM? Blood Heart Blood Vessels
Blood is made up of what? Liquid called PLASMA
This blood is yellowish color and contains digested food and waste products PLASMA
This blood cells picks up oxygen in the blood and takes it to all cells in the body Red Blood Cells
This blood cells help the body fight infections. White Blood Cells
This blood cell has no color and changes shape as they move White Blood Cell
These blood cells are in the blood that form clots which stop the bleeding. Platelets
These contains iron and makes the blood look red. Red Blood cells
What are the three kinds of Blood Vessels? Capillaries,Veins,Arteries
Tiny Vessels that connect arteries to veins Capillaries
These vessels take the blood back to the heart. Veins
This blood vessel carries blood away from the heart. Arteries
Name the parts of the heart. Atrium,Ventricles,Valve
This is the upper chambers of the heart. Atrium
This is the lower chamber of the heart. Ventricles
This is a flap of tissue that keeps blood from flowing backward. Valve
What system work with the circulatory system to get OXYGEN to all parts of the body. Respiratory System
Living cells need _______________from the air in order to use the digested______________from the blood. OXYGEN,NUTRIENTS OR FOOD
What combines with food to release energy? OXYGEN
What products are carbon dioxide and water? WASTE
What do people do when they breath in, through the mouth. INHALE
When a person breathes in, through the mouth, down through the _____________, past the _____________(voice box). TRACHEA,LARYNX
Trachea divides into tow tubes called the __________tubes, which lead to the lungs. BRONCHIAL
Lungs are made of what kind of material? SPONGY
Lungs divide into lots of what? Branches
At the end of the branches are _________sacs. AIR
What are the air sacs called that look like a bunches of grapes? AVEOLI
When a person gets rid of C02 what are they doing? exhales
This is a thick sheet of muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity. It moves down when a person breathes in. Diaphragm
The Circulatory system and the Respiratory System are what system Transport System
Millions of these pass oxygen to your body air sacs
Another name for air sacs alveoli
two branches that lead to the lungs bronchi
a large muscle below the lungs diaphragm
to take oxygen in inhale
you voice box larynx
two spongy areas in your body that hold oxygen lungs
the gas humans need to stay alive oxygen
throat pharynx
the process of breathing respiration
the bone frame that protects your lungs rib cage
windpipe trachea
This carries carbon dioxide to be removed from blood. veins
Two lower chambers of the heart ventricle
Two upper chambers of the heart atrium
cardiac muscle heart
carry blood away from the heart arteries
carry blood to the heart veins
smallest blood vessels, allow the exchange of gases and nutrients between the blood and cells and are located between arteries and veins. capillaries
carry oxygen red blood cells
fight infections white blood cells
mineral which helps give red blood cells their color iron
help the blood clot platelets
upper CHAMBERS of the heart atria
little door-like flap valve
the continuous flow of blood around the body circulation
heart, blood, arteries, capillaries, and veins circulatory system
the largest artery in the body aorta
55% of blood, pale yellowish liquid, contains nutrients and water. plasma
the process that keeps us from bleeding to death when we are cut. blood clotting
a protein which gives the blood its red color? hemoglobin
Created by: yungkris