5 edition of Structure and function of the circulation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Colin J. Schwartz, Nicholas T. Werthessen, and Stewart Wolf.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Colin John, 1931-, Werthessen, Nicholas Theodore, 1911-, Wolf, Stewart, 1914-|
|LC Classifications||QP102 .S75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||79009413|
The main functions of the respiratory system are to obtain oxygen from the external environment and supply it to the cells and to remove from the body the carbon dioxide produced by cellular metabolism. The respiratory system is composed of the lungs, the conducting airways, the parts of the central nervous system concerned with the control of. Intro to Circulation Bioengineering CV Physiology Function of Circulation System • Components –Propulsion organ (heart) –Arterial system –Capillaries –Venous system • Movement of blood (roles vary across species) –Heart –Elastic recoil –Venous squeezing (movement and muscles) –Paristaltic contractions (smooth muscle)File Size: 1MB.
Circulatory System Structure. As a whole, the circulatory system has a general pattern, structure, and flow. Blood starts in the heart, where it is split into two patterns of circulation. The pulmonary circulation goes to the lungs and back . pulmonary circulation systemic circulation vein ventricle venule T he cardiovascular system is sometimes called, simply, the circulatory system. It consists of the heart, which is a muscular pumping device, and a closed system of vessels called arteries, veins, and capillaries. As the name im-plies, blood contained in the circulatory system is.
The video and text below explains the structure and functions of the heart. The heart consists of a range of tissues. The most important one is cardiac muscle. The cells have the ability to contract and relax through the complete life of the person, without ever becoming fatigued. Each cardiac muscle cell is 5/5. Human cardiovascular system, organ system that conveys blood through vessels to and from all parts of the body, carrying nutrients and oxygen to tissues and removing carbon dioxide and other wastes. Blood is propelled by the heart, with arteries, capillaries, and veins serving as the major vessels of the system.
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Book Condition: Large hardback with dust jacket, volume 1. Jacket shows light wear with some chipping along the top and bottom edges, pen-written previous owner's name on the front. Spine and binding fine. Previous owner's name and address pen-written on the inside front cover page, clean inside : Hardcover.
Buy Structure and Function of Structure and function of the circulation book Circulation on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Structure and Function of the Circulation: Schwartz, Colin J.: : Books Skip to main content. Biology of the Collateral Circulation.- Measurement of Blood Pressure, Blood Flow, and Resistance to Blood Flow in the Systemic Circulation.- Regulation of Arterial Blood Flow, Pressure, and Resistance in the Systemic Circulation.- The Anatomy of the Renal Circulation.- The Renal Circulation: Physiology and Hormonal Control The structure, distribution, and dynamics of arteries, veins, and lymphatics are described in chapters on the systemic circulation as well as that of the heart, the Brand: Springer US.
Colin J. Schwartz, the scientific editor of this volume, has stated in his preface that this series is based on the needs identified by two scientific conferences, one in Lindau in April ofand the other held in Heidelberg in October of Since those conferences, numerous data about.
The structure, distribution, and dynamics of arteries, veins, and lymphatics are described in chapters on the systemic circulation as well as that of the heart, the. About this book. Introduction. In order to produce a superior scholarly treatise in bio medical science, three important conditions need to be met.
First, the subject needs to be of recognized importance and preferably one in which a sizeable volume of new knowledge has been added recently. Function of the Heart Four main functions of circulatory system 1.
pump 2. blood transport system around body 3. carries oxygen and nutrients to cells, carries away waste products 4. lymph system: returns excess tissue fluid to general circulationFile Size: 1MB. This chapter discusses the structure and function of the peripheral circulation.
Blood is a suspension of cellular elements in an aqueous solution of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes called plasma. Its major components are listed in the chapter. The cellular elements consist of the red blood cells, the white blood cells, and the by: 2.
The circulatory system delivers oxygen and nutrients to tissues and removes CO2 and other metabolic wastes from tissues, a process conducted at two levels: the macrovasculature and microvasculature . The macrovasculature is composed of arteries and veins, large capacity vessels responsible for transporting blood rapidly toward or away from organs.
The microvasculature consists of three Cited by: 3. A solid, wall-like structure that separates the left atria. and ventricle from the right atria and ventricle.
Sinoatrial node (SA node): A small mass of specialized tissue just beneath the epicardium in the right atrium that initiates impulses through the myocardium to stimulate contraction of cardiac muscle Size: 2MB.
Cell Surface Membrane Structure and the Function of Endothelial Cells.- Quantitative Analysis of Protein Transport in the Arterial Wall.- Differentiation and Phenotypic Modulation of Arterial Smooth Muscle Cells The blood circulatory system (cardiovascular system) delivers nutrients and oxygen to all cells in the body.
It consists of the heart and the blood vessels running through the entire body. The arteries carry blood away from the heart; the veins carry it back to the heart.
The system of blood vessels resembles a tree: The “trunk” – the. The circulatory system, also called cardiovascular system, is a vital organ system that delivers essential substances to all cells for basic functions to occur.
Also commonly known as the cardiovascular system, is a network composed of the heart as a centralised pump, bloods vessels that distribute blood throughout the body, and the blood itself, for transportation of different substances. Under the microscope, the lumen and the entire tunica intima of a vein will appear smooth, whereas those of an artery will normally appear wavy because of the partial constriction of the smooth muscle in the tunica media, the next layer of blood vessel walls.
Library circulation or library lending comprises the activities around the lending of library books and other material to users of a lending library.A circulation or lending department is one of the key departments of a library. The main public service point is the circulation desk or loans desk, usually found near the main entrance of a library.
Describe the structure and function of blood in the body. Blood is important for regulation of the body’s pH, temperature, osmotic pressure, the circulation of nutrients and removal of waste, the distribution of hormones from endocrine glands, and the elimination of excess heat.
The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation. By the end of this section, you will be able to: Compare and contrast the three tunics that make up the walls of most blood vessels. Distinguish between elastic arteries, muscular arteries, and arterioles on the basis of structure, location, and function.
The remainder of the system is known as the systemic circulation. The graphic shows the major arteries (in bright red) and veins (dark red) of the system. Blood from the aorta passes into a branching system of arteries that lead to all parts of the body.
It then flows into a system of capillaries where its exchange functions take place. Explain the structure and function of venous valves in the large veins of the extremities Blood is carried through the body via blood vessels. An artery is a blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart, where it branches into ever-smaller vessels.
The circulatory system consists of four major components: The Heart: About the size of two adult hands held together, the heart rests near the center of the to consistent pumping, the.
Explain the structure and function of venous valves in the large veins of the extremities Blood is carried through the body via blood vessels. An artery is a blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart, where it branches into ever-smaller vessels.
Eventually, the smallest arteries, vessels called arterioles, Cited by: 1. The structure of the different types of blood vessels reflects their function or layers. There are three distinct layers, or tunics, that form the walls of blood vessels. The inner, tunica intima is a smooth, inner lining of endothelial cells that are in contact with the red blood cells.
This tunic is continuous with the endocardium of the.