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Blood travels:

leaves arteries that branch until they become capillaries.

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Bloods function:

carry oxygen, removes waste, transport metabolic waste, releases CO2. (Distribution, Regualtion, Body protection)

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Blood pumped through:

pulmonary circuit (going to lungs) and systemic circuit (rest of body)

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blood leaving heart is what type of blood vessels?

arteries. Returning to heart is veins.

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Composition of blood:

plasma, formed elements (erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets) and hematocrit

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hematocrit

percentage of RBCs out of total blood volume

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erythrocytes

red blood cells

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leukocytes

white blood cells (buffy coat)

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Blood structure:

sticky, opaque, scarlet (oxygen-rich) to dark red (oxygen poor)

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blood distribution: (transportation)

oxygen to lungs, nutrients from digest. tract., metabolic wastes

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regulation:

body temp by absorbing and distrib. heat, normal pH (7.45) in tissues, adequate water content in circulatory syst.

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body protection

prevent blood loss, activating plasma proteins, clot formation, prevent infection (activating WBCs to fight against foreign material)

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blood plasmsa:

protiens, albumin, globulins, fibrinogen (clotting proteins), hormones

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gamma

immunity for defense

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albumin

contributor to osmotic pressure. 60% plasma proteins

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globulins (2):

(alpha, beta, gamma) transport proteins that bind to lipids. 36% plasma proteins.

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formed elements (3):

erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets

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Erythrocytes :

(RBCs) No nuclei or organelles. (not complete) Filled with hemoglobin 97% (protein that functions in gas transport). Plasma membrane protein spectrin (felxibilty to change shape).

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Erythrocytes function:

transporting gas, composed of protein globin (two alpha/ two beta chains) bound to heme group. Heme group bind to oxygen molecule.

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Hemoglobin:

(transport up to 4 oxygen molecules.) O2 loading in lungs Produces Oxyhemoglobin (ruby red). O2 unload in tissues produce deoxyhemoglobin (dark red). Carbaminohemoglobin (CO2 loading in tissues)

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Hematopoiesis

produce Red Bone Marrow of: Axial skeleton, Epiphyses. Hemocytoblasts give rise to form elemnts. Eventually form to RBC's.

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Erythropoiesis:

Production of blood cells. (homeostasis of RBCs). Balance of RBC.

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Balance of RBC's:

hormonal controls, adequate Iron, amino acids, B Vit.

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Erythropoietin:

hormone, stimulating RBCs, Hypoxia (not enough RBCs)

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RBCs die:

after 4 months. Lose shape, macrophages engulf them, spit them out, cellular debris. (can reuse) Heme and globin seperate. (Iron reuse).

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Heme

degrade to bilirubin. Liver secretes into intestines where it metabolizes into Uribilinogen.

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Globin

metabolized into amino acids and released into circulation.

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never let monkeys eat bananas (most abundant)

neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils.

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granulocytes (3):

neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils.

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neutrophils:

pink, multiple lobes leukocytes. (PMNs). Hydrolizing enzymes and defensins. Bacteria slayers.

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eosinophils:

red, lysosome like. specialize on infections from parasitic worms. lessen severity of allergies.

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basophils:

U or S shaped. Histamine.

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lymphocytes:

close to RBC size, nucleus take up most of cell. B lymphocytes give off antibodies.

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Monocytes:

horse shoe shaped. Macrophages digest/ engulf. protect against parasites and infections.

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platelets

blue staining outer region. HMPMP hemocyto-blast, megakaryoblast, promegakaryocyte, megakarocyte. --> platelets. Clotting mechanism.

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hemostasis

forming blood clot. 3 steps: Vascular Spasm, Platelet plug formation, coagulation. (VPC)

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vascular spasm (1):

smooth muscle contracts causing vasonstriction.

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Platelet plug (2):

platelets release chemicals that make nearby platelets sticky and platelet plug fomrs.

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coagulation (3):

(blood clotting). Fibrin forms a mesh that traps RBCs and platelets forming the clot.

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coagulation:

prothrombin activator leads to clot formation. (after platelets/ mesh network). INTRINSIC (factors present inside blood) EXTRINSIC (factors outside blood). --> lead to prothrombin -> thrombin -> fibronogen ->fibrin-> cross linked fibrin mesh.

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clot retraction:

stabilizes clot. Actin & myosin in platelets contract. (PDGF), fibrinolysis

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Platelet-derive growth factor (PDGF):

rebuild blood vessel wall.

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fibronolysis:

removes unneeded clot after healing.

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thromboembolic disorders:

undesirable clot formation. (thrombus, embolus, embolism). Aspirin/ Heparin (blood thinners)

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thrombus:

clot that develops unbroken blood vessels

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embolus:

thrombus freely floating in blood stream

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embolism:

embolus obstructing a vessel.

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Thrombocytopenia:

deficient # of circulating platelets. (Petechiae -> hemorrhage due to destruction of red bone marrow)

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Hemophilia:

Hereditary bleeding disorder, can't generate platelets.