Circulatory Random Facts

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Blood clotting
erythrocytes
Capillaries with filtration pores
Carry blood away from heart
most common type of capillaries in body; tight, materials can't get out
Capillaries with big gaps so blood plasma comes in direct contact with organs
Arteries that go to organs and organ systems
Least common WBC; releases histamine and stops external infection
Branch off aorta to supply blood to heart
Arteries that have a thick wall to withstand pressure
Eat bacteria and dead cells
muscular portion of heart wall
Disorder with inability to transport O2 well
Inner layer of arteries
55% of blood; transportation
L atrioventricular valve aka
Small veins
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Carry blood to heart
Connect veins and arteries
Important in immunity; triggered by vaccines to avoid getting diseases
Outermost layer of Arteries
WBC that fight allergens and parasites
has iron and gives red color
Middle layer of arteries
Indentation in wall separating L and R atria from fetus
Brings in Oxygen poor coronary blood
Arteries that branch within organs
most common WBC; eat and kill bacteria
Takes blood from digestive system to liver before putting it back in the circulation system
At top of R Atrium; receives info from sympathetic and parasympathetic systems; pacemaker
Leukocytes; protective
R atrioventricular valve aka
Which has LESS smooth muscle and elastic fibers? Veins or arteries?

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