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WK10 A&P multi2

Week ten A&P multiple choice #2

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The fluid part of the blood is called? Plasma
Hematopoietic tissues refers to what? Blood forming tissue
Hemoglobin is best described as? Iron containing molecule that carries O2 and CO2
The term thrombus refers to? Blood clot
The heart rate is the same thing as? Pulse
What is the medical term to describe a blood pressure higher than normal? Hypertension
What shape do normal RBC'S have? bi-concave disk
Erythropoiesis refers to which process? Production of RBC'S
The average heart beats how many times per minute? 60-80
The heart receives blood from which two large veins? Superior Vena Cava and Inferior Vena Cava
How many blood types are there? 4
The pressure exerted by blood on the walls of the arteries is called? Blood pressure
What color is serum Straw colored
What is the heart's primary function? To pump blood to all parts of the body
What does blood help regulate in the body? BP
The human heart is approximately the size of what? A mans fist
Where are blood cells formed? Bone marrow
Created by: blood guy