Brings oxygen throughout the body, transports CO2 away from the body, helps fight off infection, and helps clot blood.
A tissue that carries substances throughout the body, made up of Plama, Red and White blood cells, and platelets.
Takes blood to the heart, contains valves which make blood flow in one direction, and the biggest one is the vena cava
Allows blood to move away from heart, the largest one is the aorta
Thin walled blood vessels that connect arteries to veins, this where carbon dioxide and oxegen are exchanged
All over circulatory system making sure blood flows in one direction.
Right atrium-top right corner of heart and pumps deoxygenated blood to right ventricle. Right Ventricle-bottom right corner of heart and pumps deoxygenated blood to lungs. Left Atrium- top left corner of heart and pumps oxygen rich blood to left ventricle. Left Ventricle- bottom left corner of heart and pumps blood to arteries to deliver oxygen throughout the body.
1. Goes throug hright side of heart to lungs vs. 2. Goes through left side of heart to arteries and body
1. Takes food in and breaks it down into useable nutrients.
Removes liquids and liquid waiste from chyme. About 1.5 meters long and 6.5 centimeters wide
Most digestion happens here. Lining this is villi which allow nutriens to join the bloodstream. About 6 meters long and 2.5 centimeters wide.
Brings food from oral cavity to stomach. Peristalisis happens here.
Stores food, hydrocloric acid breaks down food here, and mucus lines this.