Learning Objective 1: Describe the function and main components of… Learning


Learning Objective 1: Describe the function and main components of… Learning Objective 1: Describe the function and main components of animal circulatory system.Components: central pump, vascular system (tubes), circulating fluid     Learning Objective 2: Compare the different types of circulatory systems.Open vs. closed (give examples of animals with each type)Single circulation vs. double circulation (give examples of animals with each type)     Learning Objective 3: Be able to identify the four heart chambers, the four valves of the heart, and the major arteries and veins attached to the heart.Four heart chambers: right atrium, right ventricle, left atrium, left ventricleFour valves: tricuspid (atrioventricular) valve, pulmonary (semilunar) valve, bicuspid/mitral (atrioventricular) valve, aortic (semilunar) valveMajor arteries and veins: pulmonary arteries, pulmonary veins, aorta (artery), superior and inferior vena cava (veins)    Learning Objective 4: Describe the path of blood as it makes one full circuit through the human body, including the heart.    Learning Objective 5: Explain the stages of the cardiac cycle. Explain how heart rate is controlled through neural (brain) stimulation and various molecules in the blood, and the pacemaker regions of the heart.     Learning Objective 6: Distinguish among the different types of blood vessels, discussing the structure of each and the order in which blood passes through them (from the heart until blood returns to the heart)   Learning Objective 7: Be able to visually identify and describe the function of the components of blood.Leukocytes (white blood cells): neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, monocytes, lymphocytesErythrocytes (red blood cells)Thrombocytes (platelets)   Learning Objective 8: Explain the antigens and antibodies that are found in the different blood types (A, B, AB, and O). Be able to determine a person’s blood type from a blood typing kit.    Learning Objective 9: Describe the function and main components of the vertebrate respiratory system.Components: lungs, trachea, larynx, pharynx, nose/mouth, bronchi, bronchioles   Learning Objective 10: Compare the types of respiratory organs and give examples of animals with each.Diffusion, skin, gills, tracheae, and lungs   Learning Objective 11: Explain why (specifically) cells require oxygen and how they produce carbon dioxide. Relate this activity to our need to breathe.   Learning Objective 12: Describe the three phases of gas exchange in humans, including the path of a breath of air and how breathing is controlled.   Learning Objective 13: Describe the functions of hemoglobin, and how different factors can interfere with oxygen transport.  Science Biology BIOL 1409 Share (0)

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