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BIOL 1010 Chapter 27: Topic 27.1

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University of Manitoba
Biological Sciences
BIOL 1010
Emily A.Mc Kinnon

R98729 Bio 1010 After diffusing into vessels, the fluid (called lymph) returns to you circulatorysystem throughductsthatjoin withthelargestveins in your neck. Lymph vessels transport fats from small intestine to blood (chapter 26 in textbook) Severe protein deficiency in the diet that decreases the concentration of blood plasma proteins can cause edema, the accumulation of fluid in body tissues because decreased blood protein concentration reduces the osmotic gradient across the capillary walls, thus reducing the pull of fluid back into the capillaries. – The Human Cardiovascular System illustrates the Double Circulation of Mammals Pulmonary circuit Right ventricle Pumps oxygen poor blood to the lungs by pulmonary artery Pulmonary artery Carries blood to… (#3) Capillaries of right/left lungs This is where blood takes up oxygen and unloads carbon dioxide Pulmonary vein Carries oxygen rich blood to left atrium Left atrium Carries blood to… Left ventricle Pumps oxyg
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