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40 Cards in this Set

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chemical id tags on blood
antigens
what type of cells are lymphocytes
white blood cells
4 lymphatic organs
lymph node, tonsils, thymus, and spleen
valves between left atrium and ventricle
bicuspid
3 types of blood vessels
veins, arteries and capillaries
What filters bacteria or microorganisms
lymph nodes
fight infections in the mouth
tonsils
Blood parts
plasma, white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets
what do platelets use when forming clots
fibrin
produces lymphocytes
thymus
atherosclerosis
fatty tissue build up on arterial walls
What connects the veins and arteries
capillaries
spleen
behind the stomach and filters blood
Vascular
Blood Vessels
What chemicals helps transport oxygen
hemoglobin
blood type that has no antigens and produces antibodies towards all blood types
type O
Blood types are made from __________ alleles.
multiple
oxygenated vein and artery
pulmonary vein
aorta
Pulmonary circulation
Lungs
Cardio
Heart
Coronary circulation
heart
Universal donor
type O
Universal receiver
type AB
valves between right atrium and ventricle
tricuspid
(+) and (-) on blood
Rh factor
Blood vessels that take blood to the heart
Veins
what are produced when antigens are not accepted
antibodies
Systemic circulation
body system
Upper chambers
Atriums
disease that lacks oxygen
anemia
disease that produces white blood cells
leukemia
deoxygenated vein and artery
vena cava
pulmonary artery
mis-shaped red blood cells that get stuck in capillaries
sickle cell anemia
Lower Chambers
Ventricles
How many chambers are in the human heart?
4
Blood types
A, B, AB and O
hypertension
high blood pressure
measure of arterial vibration
pulse
What is the tissue fluid called
Lymph
Separates the oxygenated and deoxygenated blood

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