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Circulatory Word

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Heart   A hollow musclar sytsem located in chest between lungs. It works as an affective pump and provides power to transport blood to the pulmonary and systematic circulatory system.  
Artery   Sends blood AWAY from the heart and transports blood to all body tissues.  
Capillarie   connection between arterys and veins and exchanges oxygen & carbon dioxide w/ cell tissue and nutrients & waste product with cells.  
Vein   Receves blood from all body tissues and waste products from body tissue. It also transports blood back to the heart  
Oxygenated Blood   Blood with oxygen  
Deoxygenated Blood   Blood without oxygen  
Pericardium   Double wall membrane sac that encloses the heart.  
Pericardial Fluid   Prevents friction when heart beats (lubricating fluid) and is found in the pericardium.  
Epicardium   External layer of the heart, also inner layer of the pericardial sac.  
Myocardium   Middle and thickest layer of the heart, consists of the cardiac muscle.  
Endocardium   Lining of the heart that forms the inner surface, it has direct contact with blood pumping through the heart.  
Atria   Two upper chambers of the heart, it recieves blood from all parts of body. All blood vessels enter heart through the atria. (deoxyginated blood)  
Ventricle   two lower chambers of the heart, the vessels leaving the heart emerge from them. The walls are thicker that atrial walls.  
Superior vena cava    
Inferior vena cava    
Pulmonary Artery    
Pulmonary Vein    


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