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40 Cards in this Set

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Identify the letter that indicates the formed element of the blood that is packed with molecules of hemoglobin

A. Erythrocyte

Identify the letter that indicates formed elements of the blood important in clotting

E. Platelets

Identify the letter that indicates the most abundant class of leukocyte

B. Neutrophil

Identify the letter that indicates the formed element of blood called monocyte

D. Monocyte

Identify the letter that indicates the formed element of blood that produces antibodies

C. Lymphocyte

Identify the letter that indicates anchor points for chordae tendinae , composed of cells from myocardium

B. Papillary muscles

Identify the letter that indicates the tissue layer known as the epicardium


Identify the letter that indicates the left atrioventricular valve


Identify the letter that indicates the location of the in her ventricular septum


Identify the letter that indicates the location of the myocardium


Name the Cell fragment , also called thrombocytes, involved in clotting


Along with leukocytes, these contribute less than 1% of whole blood

A. Lymphocytes

B. Albumin

C. Reticulocytes

D. Erythrocytes

E. Platelets

E. Platelets

Seen in abundance during parasitic infection

1. Erythrocytes

2. Lymphocytes

3. Eoainophil

4. Neutrophil

5. Basophil

C. Eosinophil

When configured blood separates into the following sequence of layers from lightest to heaviest

Plasma, Buffy coat, hematocrit

Heart valve with two cusps:

A. Fossa ovalis

B. Aortic semilunar valve

C. Mitral valve

D. Antriiventricular bundle

E. Pmonary semilunar valve

C. Mitral valve

Which cell fight infection by producing antibodies

A. T lymohocytes

B. Plasma cell

C. Eosinophil

D. B lymphoctes

D. B lymphocytes

Name the heart chamber that receives oxygenated blood from pulmonary valves

Left atrium

Which of the following cells lacks mitochondrial

A. Erythrocytes

B. Platelets

C. Neutrophils

D. Basophils

A. Erythrocytes

Blood protein that contributes osmotic pressure , keeping water from leaking out of the vessels

A. HematocritB. Buffy coatC. SerumD. AlbuminE. Myeloid

D. Albumin

D. Albumin

D. Albumin

D. Albumin

D. Albumin

Contraction of what structures tightens the chirdae tendinae preventing valve prolapse

Papillary muscles

The heart chamber that received blood from the superior vena cava inferior vena cava and coronary sinus is a. Left auricle

B. Right atrium

C. Right ventricle

D. Left atrium

E. Left ventricle

B. Right atrium

Which of the following vessels does not carry oxygen poor blood to the heart

A. Superior vena cava

B. Inferior vena cava

C. Coronary sinus

D. Pulmonary vein

D. Pulmonary vein

Fraction of blood comprised of erythrocytes

A. Hematocrit

B. Buffy coat

C. Serum

D. Albumin

E. Myeloid

A. Hematocrit

Thread like structured of the endocardium that prevent prolapse of the av valves

A. Trabeculae carnae

B. Ligamentum arteriosum

C. Chordae tendinae

D. Fossa ovalis

E. Pectinate muscle

C. Chordae tendinae

The region between the right and left pleural cavities is the

Am pericardial cavity

B. Peritoneal cavity

C. Vertebral cavity

D. Pulmonary cavity

E. Mediastinum

E. Mediastinum

The hepatic portal system has two different capillary bed separated by a portal vein. What are the functions?

The first picks up digested nutrients and the second delivers nutrients to liver cells

Which vessel returns most of the blood from the heart to the right atrium

Coronary sinus

Which layer of blood vessels contain smooth muscle tissue

Tunics media

The semilunar valves are closed when

A. Av valves closed

B. Ventricles are relaxing

C. Ventricles are contracting

D. Atria are contracting

B. Ventricles are relaxing

Micro vascular are that provides nourishment to outer walls of aorta

A. Tunica externa

B. Subendothelial layer

C. Vasa vasorum

D. Tunics intima

C. Vasa vasorum

Wide leaky capillaries found I. Liver, bone marrow, spleen are called


A drop of blood returning to the heart from the head region would enter the heart wall from which vessel

Superior vena cava

Capillaries consist of only this layer

A. Tunics externa

B. Tunics intima

C. Vasa vasorum

D. Subendothelial layer

D. Tunica media

B. Tunica intima

The right ventricle pumps blood into which vessel

Pulmonary trunk

Name the coronary artery that supplies the left atrium

Circumflex artery

A "coming together" of alternate pathways of blood vessels

A. Thoroughfare channel

B. Vascular anastomoses

C. Vasa vasorum

D. Arterioles

B. Vascular anastomosis

Stenosis of the mitral valve may cause blood to back up into the

A. Coronary circulation

B. Pulmonary cirxulation

C. Right ventricle

D. Vena cava

B. Pulmonary circulation

Small cardiac vein is present on which chamber

Right ventricle

Structure that regulates blood flow into true capillaries

A. Sinuskids

B. Thoroughfare channel

C. Fenestrations

D. Metarteriole

E. Precapillary sphincter

E. Precapillary sphincter

Which vessel in the fetus connects the pulmonary trunk to the aortic arch so that most of the blood bypasses the immature lungs

A. Umbilical vein

B. Ductus arteriosis

C. Ductus venosis

D. For a men ovale

B. Ductus arteriosis