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* Blood&Blood VesselsDone by: Jamie Lau(4)Rachel Tan(14)Cuithbert Lim(34)Edison Chee(24)
*Aorta*vena cavae*pulmunary vein*Artery     *
*the largest artery in the body                 originating from the left                 ventricle of the heart and exten...
*veins that return deoxygenated blood from the body, into the heart. They both empty into the right atrium.               ...
*large blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart. In humans there are four ...
*blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart.*Its function is to deliver oxygen and nutrients to all cells, as well...
*In the lungs, carbon dioxide is exchanged for oxygen*In the tissues, oxygen and carbon dioxide and nutrients and wastes a...
*Platelets*Plasma*FUNCTIONS*Blood transports gases, nutrients, water, wastes to and from all the cells of the body.       ...
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  • The design are easy on the eyes but yet colourful, the information provided was interesting as well, and it was easier to absorb with the point form used. You might want to check your slides again though to make sure that the diagrams don't overlap the words. 8/ 10.
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  • 3 things that i like :

    - The background colour is very comforting

    - Some of the important key words are being highlighted

    -There are diagrams to help in understanding

    2 things that can be improved:

    - Try not to put all the words in one paragraph

    - Try to put the title of each slide on the top of the slide for easier reference

    1 Question: None

    Marks: 8/10
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  • The background is nice. The infomation is clear and easy to understand. Highlighting the keywords are very nice too. Marks: 8/10
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  • 3: Very high level information showing high level of learning. Well described. Graphics chosen accentuate content.

    2: Elaboration on components of blood needed. Eg. what does the plasma do? what do platelets do?

    1: What is the difference between the pulmonary and systemic circulation?

    Marks: 7/10
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  • I like the way you use alot of colours, I also like the fact that you have alot of information. I like the part where each slide has a different design. 2 things that can be improved are that you need to answer more to the question. And that you also need to improve in your display of answers. They are all over the place... May be a bit confusing to some.

    1 question that I have is what are platelets and plasmas?

    Marks that I will give... Probably 4/5 for creativity (Could have done better if it weren't for the 2nd slide being messed up.) And 3/5 for content. You did not mention what the platelets and plasmas are...

    That leaves a total of 7/10 for you groups good effort.
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Blood

  1. 1. * Blood&Blood VesselsDone by: Jamie Lau(4)Rachel Tan(14)Cuithbert Lim(34)Edison Chee(24)
  2. 2. *Aorta*vena cavae*pulmunary vein*Artery *
  3. 3. *the largest artery in the body originating from the left ventricle of the heart and extending down to the abdomen, where it splits into two smaller arteries. The aorta distributes oxygenated blood to all parts of the body through the systemic circulation.
  4. 4. *veins that return deoxygenated blood from the body, into the heart. They both empty into the right atrium. venae cavae
  5. 5. *large blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart. In humans there are four pulmonary veins, two from each lung. Its unusual since almost all other veins carry deoxygenated blood.Pulmonary vein
  6. 6. *blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart.*Its function is to deliver oxygen and nutrients to all cells, as well as the removal of carbon dioxide and waste products
  7. 7. *In the lungs, carbon dioxide is exchanged for oxygen*In the tissues, oxygen and carbon dioxide and nutrients and wastes are exchanged*In the kidneys, wastes are released to be eliminated from the body*In the intestine, nutrients are picked up, and wastes released *
  8. 8. *Platelets*Plasma*FUNCTIONS*Blood transports gases, nutrients, water, wastes to and from all the cells of the body. *

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