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A&P 2 Lecture Notes - 2/24

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A&P 2 Lecture Notes - 2/24 272

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Lecture notes from Tuesday, February 24th; notes on WBCs and Arteries/Veins
Anatomy and Physiology II
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Juliana Bernard on Tuesday February 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 272 at University of Massachusetts taught by Dr. Gordon in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 83 views. For similar materials see Anatomy and Physiology II in Kinesiology at University of Massachusetts.

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Date Created: 02/24/15
Tuesday February 24 2015 KIN 272 Lecture Notes White Blood Cells Granulocytes neutrophils eosinophils basophils Agranulocytes monocytes lymphocytes Neutrophils 5070 of circulating WBCs First responders they go and assess the situation and call other WBCs if needed Very mobile Phagocytic Can fuse with lysosomes to kill foreign invaders Average life span 10 hours only 30 minutes if actively killing something Eosinophils 24 of circulating WBCs Have ability to stain to a different color from acid based stain acidophil Kidney bean shaped nucleus Phagocytic attack bacteria debris protozoa anything covered in antibodies Aid in parasitic infections and allergic reactions Basophils 5 1 of circulating WBCsexceedingly rare ln ammation Often mistaken for lymphocyte Contain most number of granules stain very dark with bumpyrough looking membrane Granules contain histamine vasodilator and heparin clot prevention agent During trauma basophils go into tissue and release granules to supportincrease blood ow Monocytes 28 of circulating WBCs Macrophages eats big things In circulation for 24 hours Eat things their size or 2X as large as themselves Summon broblasts Arteries Veins Aorta Vena Cava i i Elastic Arteries Large Veins i i Muscular Arteries Medium Veins i i Arterioles Small Veins i i Capillaries gt gt gt gt gt gt Venules Arterioles resistance vessels they dictate blood ow based on Where it is needed vasoconstriction Vasomotion vasodilation or vasoconstriction Blood Vessel Composition Tunica intima innermost layer endothelial cells Tunica media middle layer smooth or elastic cells closer to capillaries more smooth Tunica extema outermost layer connective tissue


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