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8E circulation posters

  1. 1. 8E Circulation Posters• What does ‘circulation’ mean?• What is a capillary?• What is an artery?• What is a vein?
  2. 2. Circulation Capillaries are blood vessels that have thin walls. Walls thin enough to allow water and oxygen in and out. They are found all throughout the body. The capillaries in the lungs allow oxygen into the blood. When this blood reaches the heart, the heart pumps the oxygenated blood around the body to other capillaries, which let the oxygen out through the thin walls to the muscles.By Sam Regan-Edwards and George Rutt
  3. 3. What Is Circulation? What Is A Capillary?Circulation describes the process The capillary is the mini arteries What Is An Artery? that comes of the main of blood moving from the heart(the pump), out to the brain, then artery, that feeds the blood to the limbs, back to the lungs and An Artery is a small smaller places in your body. heart. tunnel that allows blood, with oxygen in, to pass around your body from the heart. What Is A Vein? What Does The Heart Do? A Vein is a small tunnel that The Heart is one of the most important allows blood, without muscles in your body. It helps pump all the oxygen, to pass around your blood around your body. The average amount body to the heart. of beats per minute is 72BPM.
  4. 4. Circulation:Circulation is where the blood goes around the body starting from the heart.It is sent out by the artery’s and brought back by the veins.The heart is a muscle that acts as a pump to take all the blood around your body.It helps to keep you alive.
  5. 5. CirculationThe Circulatory system is the system when the heartsends heart round the body and back. It works like acircuit. Arteries and veins are the tunnels of which the blood passes through on the way to and from the heart. Capillaries however are small blood vessels with walls so thin thatThe Heart creates nutrients can pass into them to energise theblood and sends it body. This is what they look like.around thebody, through thearteries and thenits pumped backthrough the veins. By Tom Bell and Tom Applegate.
  6. 6. Circulation Tyler and NathanCirculation is the process in which blood transfers around the body. The heartpumps blood around the heart, the blood is carried around the body in bloodvessels. Arteries are blood vessels coming from the heart and veins are bloodvessels going to the heart. The artery and veins are strong and elastic tubes thatblood vessels used to move around the body. The artery carries the oxygen intothe blood and the veins gets rid of the waste/carbon dioxide.
  7. 7. CIRCULATIONThe circulation system an organ system that passes differentgases, nutrients, hormones and blood round the body with the use ofveins and arteries.Circulation is the process by which the heart pumps blood around thebody. This is needed so that organs and muscles can work properly.The circulation system was found on ancient Egyptian papyrus it hadover 700 descriptions of the circulation system although most of it’sdetails were wrong it contained all the basics. BY Charlie Palmer and Leonid Marshall
  8. 8. Charlie Linton & Harry Kernick 8E Circulation• Circulation is the system in which blood is transported from the heart around the body and to all of the major organs e.g. The Brain.• The heart is one of the bodys most vital organs and its job is to pump blood around the body, it is a main part of the circulatory system.• A capillary is a minute blood vessel in the tissue of the anatomy.• An artery is a tube that transports blood away from the heart and to the organs.• A vein is another tube that this time transports blood from the organs and back to the heart.• Veins and arteries can be told apart because the artery takes blood to the organs and the vein takes blood from the organs to the heart, this process is repetitive.
  9. 9. CirculationCirculation is the travelling of blood through the body; blood ispumped through the heart and makes its way to the lungs, tocollect oxygen, then travels through an artery and into a capillaryand transfers its oxygen to the muscles nearby, and is de-oxygenated. It then travels through a vein to the heart, which thenis transferred to the lungs again to be re-oxygenated and then thewhole process starts again.The heart is a muscle that pumps blood around the body to helpthe process called circulation.An artery is type of blood vessel that transfers blood from the heartto the capillaries .A capillary is a smaller blood vessel that allows the transfer ofoxygen to surrounding muscles (including the heart).A vein transfers de-oxygenated blood from a capillary back to theheart to be pumped to a lung to be re-oxygenated.Arteries have a brighter red blood in them, capillaries are smalland thin and veins have a darker red blood, not blue.Anton Farmar and Archie Elliot.
  10. 10. • Circulation is a process in the body where the heart pumps blood around your body into the muscles in your body. We need this because oxygen is in the blood and also glucose and the muscles use that in respiration to make usable energy.• Capillaries are the smallest of the body’s blood cells and they make it possible to transfer oxygen, carbon dioxide, glucose and water in the blood.• Arteries are blood vessels that send blood away from the heart it is oxenygised.• Veins carry blood to the heart this is deoxenygised.• Usually you can tell on an x-ray as they colour one red one blue but you cant tell on a normal look.Ben Godley andBen Heath
  11. 11. Circulation is the process of passing nutrients concerning the organsystem, these includes blood cells, hormones etc. this is importantto stabilize pH levels, keep the right temperature and generally keepHomeostasis. The heart is a muscle in your body that is vital forpumping you blood around the body, collecting it again and thenpumping it again. Kardia in Greek means heart, hence the phrasecardiac arrest. The more fat in your blood, the harder it is because itis like pumping syrup, this is called cholesterol.
  12. 12. CirculationHuman circulation system, we need this system to pump oxygenaround our body, we need oxygen to get to all our major muscles.Our veins are blood vessels , they carry blood into the heart.Arteries are also blood vestals which carry the blood around, butaway from the heart. The small blood vessels are called capillaries.They have very small walls, with small gaps so that molecules likewater can get in and out of them.Blood is pumped around the body, through thecapillaries which take all the blood (oxygen and glucose)to all the vital muscles and organs. More accurately theright hand side receives the blood the left sends it out. Tom.s and Jack.s
  13. 13. What is circulation? Circulation is the process of the heart pumping blood aroundthe body to the brain, major organs and limbs through arteries and veins.What does the Heart Do? The heart is an organ that is crucial to surviving. It beats soblood can be pumped around the body, out through arteries and back inby veins.What is a Capillary?(what does it look like)? A Capillary is the smallest blood vessel in the human body and is used to deliver nutrients and oxygen to all the tissues. They are microscopic cells What is an Artery? An Artery is a part of the body circulation that brings blood from the heart out to the rest of the body. It is in the form of a tube so blood can pass through more easily. By James Woodward And Sebastian Gamble 8E