Circulation and Gas Exchanged - Osmoregulation and Excretion …
Circulation and Gas Exchanged - Osmoregulation and Excretion
normal reading is 120/80 systolic/dia
Carry blood away from heart to organs
Carry blood to heart
Exchange blood and intestinal fluid
Contruction/dilation of arteries adopen
Open for vasodialation to increase white blood cells
Leukocytes- White blood cells
Erythorocytes-red blood cells
Fluid return called lymph
Fluid then into veins joining the cardiovascular system
If movement of fluid is disrupted, fluid accumulate which can have severe results.
Closed Circulatory System
Fluid called blood
Open Circulatory system
Fluid called hemolymph
Diaphragm-Responsible for breathing
Intercostal muscle-between ribs helps enlarge the chest
Pulling air into the lungs using muscle contraction
Inflating lungs with forced airflow.
Air ducts to lungs
Upper part of respiratory track
Gas exchange occurs here
Fluid (water) passes through semipermeable membrane into a solution with solvent with higher concentration. equalizer
The process to help regulate fluids like water in your body.
Fresh Water Animals
Get rid of Salt
Get rid of water
Pee less to conserve water
Organisms that produce
Toxic- produced by most fish
Produced by mammals-Not as toxic- consumes lots of energy for high metabolism organisms.
Uric Acid Wastes
Birds and Reptiles-Very Acidic, not toxic.
Removes decomposed hemoglobin, some drugs, excess vitamins, sterols and other lipophilic substances.
Detoxifying organ especially nitrogenous wastes.
Filter blood and urine
Secondary excretory organ- removes salts and excess water through sweat glands.
Remove carbon dioxide built up in your blood.
it enhances the ability of bacteria to cause disease
Basic filtration of kidney
Piece of a code that runs looking for false conditions