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Circulatory System Blood
Take out blue sheet!
Question What color is your blood inside of your body?
Wrong…. Definitely NOT blue.
Answer * It is either dark red or bright red, but NEVER blue. It only appears blue through your skin. The dark red is the non-oxygenated blood and the bright red is the oxygenated blood.
Four Parts of the Blood Plasma Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells Platelets
Four Parts of the Blood
Plasma Transports blood solids, nutrients, hormones, and other materials.
Red Blood Cells Carry oxygen to the cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells.
White Blood Cells Help fight disease and infection by attacking germs that enter the body.
Platelets Help blood clot, which seals cuts and prevents excess blood loss from a wound.
Blood Types A (+ and -) B (+ and -) AB (+ and -) O (+ and -)
Most Common? O+ 37% of the world
Most Rare? AB- Less than 1% of the world.
What Blood Types Can Donate to Each Other?
Universal Donors The universal red cell donor has Type O negative blood type. The universal plasma donor has Type AB positive blood type.
Mislabeling Consequences The mixing of certain blood types has costly affects. High fevers, difficulty breathing, and even death.
*Questions on the Circulatory System?
Your Circulatory System
BLOOD Ms. Whitney | Vet Science | Block 4 | Kiel High School.
Circulatory System This template can be used as a starter file for presenting training materials in a group setting. Sections Right-click on a slide to.
YOUR CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Composition of blood Blood transports materials through out the body inside blood vessels.
The Circulatory System. What is the Purpose The circulatory system transports needed materials throughout out body including nutrients and gases (oxygen)
The Circulatory System
Why is blood important? What is it made of?. Role of Blood Transport gases around the body (oxygen and carbon dioxide) Transport nutrients (i.e. Glucose)
Blood Types The ABO System Rh Factor. Circulatory System Carries blood with oxygen and nutrients to all cells in the body (also called the cardiovascular.
Circulatory System & Diet D. Crowley, Circulatory System & Diet To know how a healthy circulatory system works, and how a poor diet can affect it.
Circulatory System Vocabulary.
The Circulatory System. Is the body system consisting of : –the heart, –blood, –and blood vessels called arteries, veins, and capillaries.
YOUR CIRCULATORY SYSTEM How does it work? Why does a doctor check your pulse and blood pressure? What is your blood type and why is it important?
The circulatory system
The Circulatory System. Transport System Just like Nervous System is your body’s “Control Center,” Your Circulatory System has an important job. It is.
T. Trimpe What makes up our blood? RED BLOOD CELLS (Erythrocytes) – The most abundant cells in our blood; they are produced.
The Functions of Blood Carries nutrients, water, oxygen and waste products to and from your body cells. Helps regulate temperature and water content. Delivers.
Chapter 16 Lesson 1. Did You Know All the cells in your body need to receive oxygen and nourishment. The cells also need to have carbon dioxide and waste.
The Circulatory System. 3 Main Functions 1. Transport Oxygen from lungs 2. Transport Carbon Dioxide to lungs 3. Carry nutrients to body.
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