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HOMEWORK:
TEXTBOOK PAGES
582-589 Q’S 1-5
& p.582 vocab
The process in which
cellular materials are
distributed (moved)
and absorbed (taken
in) throughout the
organism
Examples of Cellular
Materials
Water
Nutrients
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Wastes
A circulatory system
•Heart
•Blood
•Blood vessels
Organ of the Human
Circulatory system
Made of cardiac
muscle
Responsible for
pumping blood through
the circulatory system.
•Liquid component of
circulatory system
•Present in the blood
vessels
•Carries cellular
materials throughout
the body
•Contains plasma,
blood cells, and
platelets
Tubes in the body that are used to
hold the blood
Pressure is applied to blood vessels to cause
the blood to move
1. Veins
2. Arteries
3. Capillaries
•Is a type of blood
vessel
•Carries blood
TO the heart
•Is a type of blood
vessel
•Carries blood
AWAY from the
heart
•Is a type of blood
vessel
•Where cellular
materials are
exchanged
•Smallest blood
vessels (Microscopic)
•One cell “thick”
1. CORONARY CIRCULATION
ANY BLOOD FLOW GOING
TO OR FROM THE HEART
2. PULMONARY CIRCULATION
ANY BLOOD FLOW
GOING TO OR FROM
THE LUNGS
3. SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
ANY BLOOD FLOW
GOING TO OR FROM
BODY PARTS OTHER
THAN THE HEART AND
LUNGS
AORTA
Superior
Vena cava
Pulm. Artery
Pulm. Vein
Rt. Atrium
valve (Aortic
& Pulmonary)
Lt. Atrium
Mitral Valve
Lt. Ventricle
Rt. Ventricle
Septum
Vena Cava
•Blood that is oxygen
poor and carbon
dioxide rich.
•This blood is on its
way to the heart to be
redirected to the lungs
for gas exchange.
On the right side
•For educational
purposes this blood is
represented by the
color blue
•Blood that is oxygen
rich and carbon
dioxide poor.
•This blood is on its
way back from the
lungs to the heart to
be redirected to the
body.
On the left side
•For educational
purposes this blood is
represented by the
color red
How does your blood circulate
through your body?