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1

What are the precursor cells for the cardio system?

angioblasts or hmangioblasts; mesenchyme cells within extraembronic and intraembryonic mesoderm

2

What is a blood island?

aggregates of angioblasts, where they differntiate into endothelial and hemoatopietic stem cells

3

When are blood islands first observed?

day 17-18 in wall of yolk sac

4

What is the primary heart derived ffrom?

splanchnic mesoderm, u shaped found cardiogenic cresecent aka primary heart field

5

Cells from cardiogenic crest migrate into space between foregut endoderm and cardiogenic crest form what?

endothelial plexusq

6

Remodeling of endothelial plexus results in what?

inner tube with endothelium

7

What is the primitive heart tumbe?

initial linear heart tube; that is the primitve left ventricle

8

What is the secondary heart field?

an additional source of cardiac progenitor cells that contribute to the bulbus cordis(primitve right ventricle) outflow region and the primordial atrium the atrioventricular canl and the sinus venosus

9

What is cardiac endothelium?

the epithelium lining of the lumen of the heart

10

What is the mycoardium in simple tubular heart?

the outer epithelial tube

11

What is cardiac jelly?

between endocardium and myocardium; in AVcanal and outflow region.

12

What are the swellings in teh cardiac jelly?

endocardial cushions; either bulbar or conotruncal ridges

13

What ist he epicardium?

derived from proepicardial organ a cluster of coelomic epithelial cells adjacent to sinus venosus

underlying visceral pericardium; also contribute to formation of coronary vessels

14

Venous inflwo at the venous pole results in what?

several venous channels enter the sinus venosus of the primitive heart; umbilical veins contain placental blood
vitelline veins
common cardinal veins

15

What do vitelline veins do

contain oxygen poor blood from gut

16

What do common cardinal veins do?

contain oxygen poor blood from head and trunk

17

Which direction does the heart loop to?

the heart almost always loops to the right

18

A lack of proper looping results in what?

failure of complete looping results in retention of embryonic pattern of blood flow through the heart; double inlet left ventricle and double outlet right ventricle

19

What days does blood flow occur?

begins at day 20-22 and by day 26 becomes unidirectional

20

What forms the definitve right atrium?

primordial right atriuma dn portions of the sinus venosus

21

What does the proximal portion of the right anterior cardinal vein become?

superior vena cava

22

What becomes the terminal segment of the inferior vena cava?

cranial portion of the right vitelline vein

23

What is hte ridge of tissue to form the junction between smootha nd trabeculate portions of definitvie right atrium?

crista terminalis

24

What is teh coronary sinus derived from?

left sinus venosus

25

What is derived from teh right sinus valve?

crista terminalis
valve of the IVC
valve of CS

26

What is the smooth area of right atrium derived from?

absorbed right SV

27

What is the Inferior vena cava (terminal segment) derived form?

right vitelline vein

28

What is the superior vena cava derived from?

right common cardinal vein

29

What is the appendage (trabeculate poriton derived from?

primordial atrium

30

What is teh wall of the definitve left atrium foremd from

absored pulmonary veins