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Date Created: 09/12/15
Lecture 15 The Animal Circulatory System BIOL 1104 Dr Paula Lemons L earning Objectives Use the animal phylogeny to compare circulatory systems across the animal phylogeny Use your knowledge of body plan in animals to make predictions about circulation in diverse animals Recognize closed vs open circulatory systems and a double circulatory system Describe how the red blood cells white blood cells and platelets participate in homeostasis and how their structure matches their function Recreate the oxygen binding curve of hemoglobin and use the curve to describe how Hb allows red blood cells to deliver oxygen to tissues Explain chemotaxis diapedesis and phagocytosis in leukocytes including the processes and the purpose Explain the role of platelets in blood clotting Leftover from Animal Nutrition Understand on your own the followin slides from Lecture 15 outline Slides 29 32 and Slides 34 36 Slides 29 32 and Slide 34 is covered well in the textbook pp 482 484 Slides 35 36 are self explanatory g Silicea No symmetry g No tissues gr 5 Calcarea Circulatory g z N m Ctenophora Radial symmetry m S C Diploblasts g Cnldarla 52 K 395 Acoela 0 fl 0 Look at the phylogeny E ECh39mde39mata m 2 Chordata 0 Recall What you ve learned g g 3 about body plan and ammal 539 P39atyhe39m39mhes Bilateral nutrltlon S Rot39fe ra symmetry 39O Ecto rocta gt 0 Do you think all anlmals p Triplo r0 39 bl t have a Clrculatory system 339 Bracm p da as S N 8 Mollusca 1 PhagocytOSIs Sponges 2 Gastrovascular cavity Annelida 3 m Fig 3211 Campbell Biolog 2 Nemat da Compare to Figure 176 in your 3 book 8 Arthropoda 4 N Sponges do not have a circulatory system General Model of Animals with Circulatory System W A more complex body plan Figure 2111 Dorsal vessel main heart r Closed circulatory system Containstubeslvessels uid and some allka Maiquot 15mm kind of pumping device Fluid is called 5 V s hemolyrnph a Open Circulatory system b Closed clrculmory system Fluid is called hanolymph Blood and interstitial uid are distinct Double Circulation in Vertebrates Amphibians Reptiles Except Birds Mam mals and Birds Lung and skin capillaries Lung capillaries Lung capillaries Pulmonary circuit Atrium A Ventricle V Systemic circuit a Systemic capillaries 7 7 Systemic capillaries Systemic capillaries Copyalghi 2003 Pearson Euuceuom lnc publishing as Pearson aemmm Dmrimungs Double circulation exchange happens in capillaries Capillaries are leaky k J Blood Liquid component and cellular components 0 Plasma is the liquid component 39 92 water 39 Proteins 5 clotting proteins involved in production of fibrin 0 Ions 0 Nutrients Glucose amino acids Vitamins 39 Gases 02 C02 0 Three main functions transportation maintenance protection 0 Blood cells include 0 Red blood cells 39 White blood cells 39 Platelets


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