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100

Is a straw color liquid that can separated from blood and contains solutes, salts and water.

What is Blood Plasma?

100

What type of leukocyte release histamine and other mediators of inflammation; contain heparin, an anticoagulant.

What is an Eosinophil?

100

They are highly pressurized, carry blood away from the heart.

What are Arteries?

100

Type of fluid that can be located between the pericardium and the epicardium.

What is the pericardial fluid?

100

The thickest layer of tissue in the heart

What is myocardium?

200

Contains Erythrocytes, thrombocytes, and leukocytes.

What is Blood?

200

What type of blood can receive from o neg, can donate to AB positive has has B antibodies, and has no Rh factor antigen. 

What is A negative

200

They have valves that prevent backflow, carry blood to the heart. and most of them carry deoxygenated blood?

What are veins?

200

This tissue prevent friction on the heart

What is the pericardial sac?

200

Cord like structures that connect atrioventricular valves to papillary muscles. 

What are chordae tendineae?

300

There are 8 differents ones, Rh factors, and based on antigens?

What are blood groups?

300

What type of blood can receive blood from B negative, can donate to AB Positive and has A antibodies, and has a Rh Antigen?

What is B Positive?

300

Artery, Vein, and Capillary.

What are blood vessels?

300

This type of tissue is the innermost layer of the heat and is really smooth so that blood does not stick. 

What is the endocardium?

300

Myocardium is thicker here, and are the pumping chambers of the heart.

What are ventricles?

400

The function of water is to distribute oxygen from the lungs and nutrients from the digestive tract to ak body cells. 

What is Blood function

400

What type of blood has both A and B antigens and can receive blood from both A and B positive blood?

What is AB Positive Blood?

400

Artery--> Arteriole--> Capillary--> Venule --> Vein

What is the blood flow through vessels?

400

Sac that surrounds the heart.

What is the pericardial sac?

400

Because this chamber must pump blood to the aorta and to the entire body it is larger.

What is the left ventricle?

500

What type of leukocyte mount immune response by direct cell attack or via antibodies?

What is a basophil?

500

Which type of blood can be donated to any one?

What is O negative

500

Carries Oxygenated blood to the body, highly pressurized, and has many branches.  Largest artery in the body. 

What is the aorta?

500

These are receiving chambers of the heart and have thinner myocardial walls.

What are atrias/atriums?

500

These are located between the atriums and ventricles, and they allow blood to pass through.  

What are Atrioventricular valves?

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