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Circulatory System in Animals

Circulatory System in Animals

Circulatory System in Animals. Feeding the Need for Energy. Supplies in fuel (sugars) digestive system oxygen respiratory system Waste out CO 2 respiratory system Need to pick up & deliver the supplies & wastes around the body circulatory system. Circulatory system.

By Jeffrey
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Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems. Levels of Organization in the Body. Cells Tissues Epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous Organs Examples include stomach, liver, heart Organ Systems Examples include digestive and circulatory systems. Tissues in the Human Body. Epithelial

By Jeffrey
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Chapter 42: Gas Exchange and Circulatory System

Chapter 42: Gas Exchange and Circulatory System

Chapter 42: Gas Exchange and Circulatory System. Presented by: McQuade and Verpooten. Circulatory Systems Reflect Phylogeny. In unicellular organisms Exchanges occur directly with the environment For most of the cells making up multicellular organisms

By lane
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Circulation and Respiration

Circulation and Respiration

Circulation and Respiration. A.P. Biology. Circulation. Why are circulatory systems necessary in most cases? Single cells, hydra, jellyfish – 2 cell layers thick so can get food and oxygen to cells by direct diffusion – but otherwise it is too slow over long distances.

By ellie
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Fig. 19.1. Spleen.

Fig. 19.1. Spleen.

Fig. 19.1. Spleen. Fig. 19.2. Conducting system of mammalian heart. Fig. 19.3. Structure of blood vessels. Fig. 19.4. Aspects of the development of vertebrate circulatory systems. Fig. 19.5. Development of hepatic portal system of mammals. .

By kalea
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Animals- Obtaining Energy

Animals- Obtaining Energy

Animals- Obtaining Energy. Chapter 6 Test Review. Explain the difference between the teeth of. Carnivores Herbivores omnivores. Carnivores- sharp teeth for tearing meat Herbivores- flat teeth to grind plants Omnivores- sharp and flat teeth. What are the two types of circulatory systems?.

By rasha
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Systems of the Human Body

Systems of the Human Body

Systems of the Human Body. Section 3. Systems of the Human Body. Objectives The student knows that complex animals have specialized organs to carry out  life processes. The student knows the major organ systems of the human body .

By kasie
(171 views)

Distributing materials

Distributing materials

Distributing materials. Key understanding: To discuss features of effective transport systems and give examples of transport systems in multicellular organisms. Why do we have transport systems? What needs to be transported? What are the features of effective transport systems?.

By zareh
(97 views)

Try It:

Try It:

Try It:. Place two fingers in the hollow of your neck between the windpipe and the large muscle of the neck. Press lightly until you feel a pulse. We are now going to take our pulse for 15 seconds. When I say “go”, begin to count the number of pulses you feel until I say “stop”.

By gada
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Phyla : Arthropoda

Phyla : Arthropoda

Phyla : Arthropoda. By Sandro Iossa Martí. Original Name. Arthropods ( arthropoda ): from greek , ἄρθρον , árthron , means articulate (or joint) and ποδός , podós , means “foot”. . Features and Most Important Characteristics.

By livi
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Transport Systems

Transport Systems

Transport Systems. Transport Systems. What type of organisms have transport systems? Why do organisms need a transport system?. Insects. Insects don't have veins or arteries, They do have circulatory systems. An open circulatory system.

By thais
(176 views)

Biology 224 Human Anatomy and Physiology – II Lecture 2 Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

Biology 224 Human Anatomy and Physiology – II Lecture 2 Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

Biology 224 Human Anatomy and Physiology – II Lecture 2 Dr. Stuart S. Sumida. Blood. CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS: Cardiovascular - heart (pump) & blood Lymphatic Cardiovascular system includes pump (heart) and associated vessels (arteries, veins, capillaries)

By mei
(383 views)

Warm-up: Connecting Systems

Warm-up: Connecting Systems

Warm-up: Connecting Systems. Which two human systems are connected at the alveoli , and which important molecules pass in/out of the alveoli?

By archie
(71 views)

Chapter Menu

Chapter Menu

Chapter Menu. Lesson 1: The Pulmonary- Circulatory System Lesson 2: Pressure and the Body. Click on a hyperlink to view the corresponding lesson. 10.1 The Pulmonary-Circulatory System. pulmonary system breathing lungs pneumonia suffocation asthma circulatory system atrium. ventricle

By toril
(116 views)

27.3 Circulation

27.3 Circulation

27.3 Circulation. Open circulatory system - blood vessels empty into sinuses or spongy cavities (insects). Closed circulatory systems - blood stays entirely in vessels. Reptiles lose ability to breathe through skin and begin to partition heart into four chambers.

By aulani
(149 views)

Chapter 27: Introduction to Animals

Chapter 27: Introduction to Animals

Chapter 27: Introduction to Animals. Section 2: Animal Body Systems. Tissues and Organs. Digestion Single celled organisms and sponges digest their food within their body cells.

By rafiki
(127 views)

International School Manila

International School Manila

International School Manila. Systems: Digestive Circulatory Respiratory . #1 The esophagus is. A muscular tube that connects the mouth and stomach. Where nutrients are absorbed. A:. B:. A hollow tube with cartilage rings. Not always needed. C:. D:. B. #2

By qamar
(94 views)

Notes: Animals

Notes: Animals

Notes: Animals. Animal Characteristics. Heterotrophic – obtain food and energy by feeding Multicellular – made of many cells Eukaryotic – contain a nucleus Vertebrates – 5% of all animals Invertebrates – 95 % of all animals. Types of Animal tissues. 4 Types Epithelial – skin

By gaerwn
(86 views)

Bone cell.

Bone cell.

The human skeleton consists of…well, tradition says 206, but who really cares? More importantly is what the skeleton does. It provides support for our body . Work together with muscular and nervous system to coordinate movement .

By kelli
(122 views)

Phyla : Arthropoda

Phyla : Arthropoda

Phyla : Arthropoda. By Sandro Iossa Martí. Original Name. Arthropods ( arthropoda ): from greek , ἄρθρον , árthron , means articulate (or joint) and ποδός , podós , means “foot”. . Features and Most Important Characteristics.

By chaeli
(209 views)

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