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What are the functions (3) of the CV system?
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What are the 4 statements summarizing parallel architecture of the cardiovascular system?
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What is the definition of a blood reconditioner?
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What is an esential tissue?
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What are some examples of blood reconditioners?
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What are some examples of essential tissues?
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What entity/concept moves blood/causes blood to move in our circulatory system?
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What is the relationship between pressure and force?
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What is the equation for pressure?
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What is the concept of flow? What does it mean?
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What are the two ways to represent flow?
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What causes the resistance to blood flow?
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What is the total energy of blood (what are the two components that make it?)
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What is the analogy of Ohm's law and resistance to blood flow?
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What happens to resistance when two resistors are connected in series?
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What happens when resistance is connected in parallel?
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What is the equation for series resistors?
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What is the equation for resistors in parallel?
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What happens to the number of parallel channels for blood to flow increases?
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Is the effective resistance of a parallel combination smaller, larger or the same as the smallest resistance in the combination?
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