What happens to systolic blood pressure during exercise?
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Which of the following is not a function of the cardiovascular system?
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Which component of blood is responsible for clotting open wounds?
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What happens to the blood vessels to help a performer cool down during exercise?
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What is the name of the blood vessel being shown by the green arrow?
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6. The alveoli are tiny air sacs found in the lungs. What are the alveoli surrounded by?
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7. The redistribution of blood flow during exercise allows oxygenated blood to get to active areas of the body. The redistribution of blood flow is also known as what?
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During a tennis match, the redistribution of blood flow will take place. Vasoconstriction will occur in the arteries leading to which area?
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Which chamber of the heart is being shown by the green arrow?
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What is the role of white blood cells?
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What is the liquid part of blood known as?
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The green arrow shown above is pointing to the Vena Cava. The blood being received by the Vena Cava is coming from where?
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13. What percentage of exhaled air is made up by carbon dioxide?
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What is being shown in the graph?
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What happens to tidal volume during exercise?
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What is the orange arrow pointing to?
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17. What is the 'greatest amount of air that can be made to pass into or out of the lungs'?
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This is a muscle that contracts and flattens in order to allow the lungs to expand during inspiration. What is it?
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19. Haemoglobin binds to oxygen, but where is it found?
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20. Diffusion occurs at the site of the alveoli and at the site of the muscle tissue? Why does diffusion occur?
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