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Physics
Viscous blood is flowing through an artery partially clogged by cholesterol. A surgeon wants to remove enough of the cholesterol to double the flow rate of blood through this artery. If the original diameter of the artery is D , what should be the new diameter (in terms of D...
April 23, 2012 by Melissa

Calculus Help Please!!!
When blood flows along a blood vessel, the flux F (the volume of blood per unit time that flows past a given point) is proportional to the fourth power of the radius R of the blood vessel: F = kR4 (This is known as Poiseuille's Law.) A partially clogged artery can be expanded ...
April 2, 2014 by Isik

Physics
Blood flows through a section of a horizontal artery that is partially blocked by a deposit along the artery wall. As a hemoglobin molecule moves from the narrow region into the wider region, its speed changes from v2 = 0.800 m/s to v1 = 0.422 m/s. What is the change in ...
June 20, 2012 by Hannah

PHysics
A medical technician is trying to determine what percentage of a patient's artery is blocked by plaque. To do this, she measures the blood pressure just before the region of blockage and finds that it is 1.20×104 Pa, while in the region of blockage it is 1.15×104 Pa. ...
November 29, 2007 by Molly

Physics
An artery supplying heat muscle with blood is occluded to 13.9% of its original radius by a clot. By what percent is the blood flow through this artery reduced.
March 17, 2014 by Paul

Physics
A medical technician is trying to determine what percentage of a patient's artery is blocked by plaque. To do this, she measures the blood pressure just before the region of blockage and finds that it is 1.20×10^4 Pa, while in the region of blockage it is 1.15×10^4 Pa. ...
November 12, 2008 by Andrea

physics
Due to a disease the main artery is enlarged and the area of cross-section bacame 1.6 times the previous value. The speen of the blood in unenlarged artery is 0.4 m/s. what is the excess pressure on the walls of the artery due to enlargement. (density of blood is 1060 kg/m^3
January 19, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
The blood speed in a normal segment of a horizontal artery is 0.166 m/s. An abnormal segment of the artery is narrowed down by an arteriosclerotic plaque to 1/5 of its normal cross-sectional area. What is the difference in blood pressure between the normal and constricted ...
February 8, 2013 by Ashley

Biology
. Which of the following parts of the circulatory system carries oxygenated blood? A An artery moving blood from the heart to the lungs B. A vein moving blood to the heart from the body C. An artery moving blood from the heart to a muscle cell D. A venule moving blood to the ...
July 14, 2014 by Dulce

Physics
Angioplasty is a technique in which arteries partially blocked with plaque are dilated to increase blood flow. By what factor must the radius of an artery be increased in order to increase blood flow by a factor of 16?
November 7, 2010 by BG

physics
Suppose an occlusion in an artery reduces its diameter by 22%, but the volume flow rate of blood in the artery remains the same. By what factor has the pressure drop across the length of this artery increased?
April 20, 2010 by ryan

physics
Suppose an occlusion in an artery reduces its diameter by 22%, but the volume flow rate of blood in the artery remains the same. By what factor has the pressure drop across the length of this artery increased?
April 21, 2010 by Ryan

PHYSICS
An artery branches into two smaller veins, identical arteries as shown in the diagram. The largest artery has a diameter of 10 mm. The two branches have the same diameter = 5 mm. The average speed of the blood in the main artery is given in the diagram. The blood has a density...
August 14, 2011 by Zuen-Lee

Physics
An artery branches into two smaller veins, identical arteries as shown in the diagram. The largest artery has a diameter of 10 mm. The two branches have the same diameter = 5 mm. The average speed of the blood in the main artery is given in the diagram. The blood has a density...
August 10, 2011 by Alex

Physics
An artery branches into two smaller veins, identical arteries as shown in the diagram. The largest artery has a diameter of 10 mm. The two branches have the same diameter = 5 mm. The average speed of the blood in the main artery is given in the diagram. The blood has a density...
August 10, 2011 by Alex

Physics
Consider an artery with diameter 10 mm which runs horizontally. Somewhere along the artery there is a 3 cm long constriction which reduces the diameter to 5.40 mm. Assume that before and after the constriction the blood flows at a rate of 0.310 m/s, and that the blood ...
December 1, 2012 by Sam

anatomy
The second branch of the aorta takes blood to the A.heart B.right common carotid artery C.left common cartid artery D.left subclavian artery would it be A not sure
September 28, 2008 by uknown

physics
The curved artery can be approximated as a semicircular arch whose diameter is 4.9 cm. If blood flows through the aortic arch at a speed of 0.35 m/s, what is the magnitude (in m/s2) of the blood's centripetal acceleration?
March 27, 2013 by Billy

physics
The volume flow rate in an artery supplying the brain is 3.10 10-6 m3/s. (a) If the radius of the artery is 4.50 10-3 m, determine the average blood speed. 1 m/s (b) Find the average blood speed at a constriction in the artery if the constriction reduces the radius by a factor...
December 12, 2010 by sarah

Anatomy & Physiology
Does the direction of blood flow through blood vessels in this order? Left atruim,left ventricle,pulmonary artery,pulmonary veins,
August 14, 2008 by debbie

Science/Health
2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood to two different locations? A. to supply blood to two different sides of the body B. to allow a way for the blood to pick up new blood cells C. to move oxygen-poor blood through the lungs and ...
May 21, 2014 by mstv1112

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1. Oxygen moves easily out of blood capillaries into cells because ___________. (1 point) the walls are very thin because it is very small because other gases push it out cells need the oxygen 2. Which of the following statements is false? (1 point) Arteries carry blood away ...
January 31, 2013 by Anonymous

science
1. Oxygen moves easily out of blood capillaries into cells because ___________. (1 point) the walls are very thin because it is very small because other gases push it out cells need the oxygen 2. Which of the following statements is false? (1 point) Arteries carry blood away ...
January 31, 2013 by Anonymous

calculus
A heart attack victim is given a blood vessel dilator to increase the radii of the blood vessels. After receiving the dilator, the radii of the affected blood vessels increase at about 1% per minute. According to Poiseulle's law, the volume of blood flowing through a vessel ...
July 4, 2010 by theo

Math - Calculus
Water is flowing in a cylindrical pipe of radius 1 inch. Because water is viscous and sticks to the pipe, the rate of flow varies with distance from the center. The speed of the water at distance r inches from the center is 10(1-(r^2)) per second. What is the rate (in cubic ...
December 15, 2012 by Elsi

math
If velocity v of blood flow at distance r from the center of an artery of radius R is given by v = k (R^2 - r^2), constant k > 0, find the average velocity v along the radius of an artery using 0 to R as the limits of integration
May 1, 2013 by Steve

Anatomy
Is this the correct direction of blood flow through blood vessels Right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, pulmonary veins, left atrium, left ventricle.If not please help.
May 27, 2008 by Jin Kobeaux

Physics
The blood flow rate through the aorta is typically 103 cm^3/s, and a typical adult has about 4.9 liters of blood. (a) How long does it take for all your blood to pass through the aorta? ___________s (b) If your aorta has a diameter of 2.1 cm, what is the speed of blood as it ...
June 6, 2012 by Alex

Science-3 question
1. Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? breaks down large molecules delivers oxygen to body cells **** takes carbon dioxide away from body cells fights infection 2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood...
May 10, 2014 by Princess Anna

Plz, check my answers.
1. Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? breaks down large molecules delivers oxygen to body cells **** takes carbon dioxide away from body cells fights infection 2. Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood...
May 10, 2014 by Princess Anna

Biology
Which of the following arteries contributes to the anterior circulation of the brain? anterior inferior cerebellar artery basilar artery anterior cerebral artery vertebral arteries superior cerebellar artery
April 10, 2013 by Anonym

Physics
The human heart is a mechanical pump. The aorta is a large artery that carries oxygenated blood away from the heart to various organs in the body. For an individual at rest, the blood in the aorta (of radius 1.25 cm) flows at a rate of 5*103 cm3/min (5 liter/min). What is the ...
January 17, 2013 by Johnny

science
If the concentration of glucose in the blood flowing through the kidneys is within the normal range, then which of the following statements is correct? a. The nephron pumps glucose into the collecting duct. b. The Bowman's capsule secrets glucose back into the blood. c. No ...
April 3, 2010 by ciara

science
If the concentration of glucose in the blood flowing through the kidneys is within the normal range, then which of the following statements is correct? a. The nephron pumps glucose into the collecting duct. b. The Bowman's capsule secrets glucose back into the blood. c. No ...
April 4, 2010 by ciara

Physics
What is the pressure difference required to make blood flow thru artery of inner radius 2.0 mm and length 0.18 m at a speed of 5.6 cm/s? I used P1-P2 = speed*8*n*L/r squared n = viscosity of blood = 4 x 10e-3 L = .18 m r = 2 x 10e-3 m When plugged in I get P1-P2 - 80.64 Pa but...
November 2, 2010 by Dee

physics, I'm stuck
In an aortic aneurysm, a bulge forms where the walls of the aorta are weakened. If blood flowing through the aorta (radius 1.0 cm) enters an aneurysm with a radius of 2.5 cm, how much on average is the blood pressure higher inside the aneurysm than the pressure in the ...
January 27, 2011 by trace

Physics
Neglecting the pressure drop due to resistance, calculate the blood pressure in mmHg in an artery in the brain 32 cm above the heart. The pressure at the heart is 120mmHg and the density of blood is 1.05g/cm3.
March 17, 2014 by Paul

bio
Hi does anyone know where the following lead to/from renal artery and vein hepatic artery and vein umbilical artery and vein coronary
December 12, 2011 by tim

bio
Hi does anyone know where the following lead to/from renal artery and vein hepatic artery and vein umbilical artery and vein coronary
December 12, 2011 by tim

physics
a red blood cell travels at a speed of 40 cm/s in a large artery. a sound with a frequency of 100 kHz enters a blood opposite the direction flow. calculate the frequency of sound reflected from the cell and detected by a receiver. (v = 1500 m/s)
January 13, 2013 by aris

science
what is an artery thattakes the oxygen rich blood to the rest of the body from the heart
November 13, 2012 by amanda

Biology
Which is the correct direction of blood flow? a) right atrium --> right ventricle --> pulmonary artery b) right atrium --> left atrium --> pulmonary artery c) left ventricle --> pulmonary artery --> aorta d) left ventricle --> left atrium --> aorta
May 28, 2012 by Anthony

Biology!!!!
Which blood vessel contains blood that has high oxygen concentration, low carbon dioxide concentration, and high pressure? 1. aorta 2. pulmonary artery 3. pulmonary vein 4. vena cava I wrote the answer as 3, but is wrong. Which one is the correct answer?
October 12, 2009 by Marrion

Integrals/Related Rates(?)/Volume
Fluid is flowing in a tube that has a radius of 3 centimeters. Water is flowing through a circular cross section at a rate of (9-r^2) cm/s, where r is the distance from the center of the cross section. What is the total amount of water that flows through the cross section in 4...
March 22, 2012 by Alex

physics
Why would an aneurysm (a widening of an artery) be especially subject to ruputering? I am thinking the pressure is greater than what the artery can handle. How do I express this? Thank you.
April 24, 2011 by Loui

Science 7R - Worksheet (Q3)
b. A man has a blood clot in his Femoral artery. Where is the clot? please help!!!!
April 22, 2012 by Laruen

Physics - Matter
The build-up of plaque on the walls of an artery decreases its diameter from 1.1 cm to 0.60 cm. If the speed of the blood flow is 0.15 m/s before reaching the region of plaque build-up, find the speed of blood flow within the plaque region. [3 marks]
April 11, 2012 by Madeleine

Nutition
"The body absorbs lipids mostly within the small intestine. The gallbladder secrets a chemical called bile to aid in the breakdown of this fat. From there the fat is broken down farther by the enzymes the pancreas makes. The mixture of "fatty acids, partially digested ...
August 22, 2010 by Nancy

Physical Science
Blood is pumped from the heart at a rate of 5L/min into the aorta of radius 2.0cm. Assuming that the density of blood 1x103 kg/m3 .Determine the velocity of blood through the aorta
May 13, 2013 by Janaiby

Science 7R - Help!!!!
2. Explain the pathway of blood through the heart. Answer - The blood begins its journey through arteries, capillaries, and veins. I need a bit more details (about 2 more sentences), please help
May 8, 2012 by Laruen

To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!)
To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:05pm The radial artery is found close to the inside part of your wrist near your thumb. To Ms. Sue - Ms. Sue, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:11pm Right!! To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:12pm ok then that's my ...
April 22, 2012 by Laruen

Physical Education
Suppose that blood flows through the aorta with a speed of 0.35 m/s. The cross-sectional area of the aorta is 2.0x10-4 m2. (a) Find the volume flow rate of the blood (b) The aorta branches into tens of thousands of capillaries whose total cross-sectional area is about 0.28 m2...
May 13, 2013 by Janaiby

viscosity of blood physics
Blood takes about 1.50 s to pass through a 2.0-mm-long capillary. If the radius of the capillary is 5.00 um and the pressure drop is 2.60 kPa, calculate the viscosity of blood thanks in advance
April 9, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
In cleaning out the artery of a patient, a doctor increases the radius of the opening by a factor of two. By what factor does the cross-sectional area of the artery change?
September 5, 2007 by amy

physics - viscosity of blood homework question
Blood takes about 1.50 s to pass through a 2.0-mm-long capillary. If the radius of the capillary is 5.00 um and the pressure drop is 2.60 kPa, calculate the viscosity of blood not sure how to approach this. any help is appreciated!
April 9, 2013 by A

Physics
1) A small dense object is suspended from the rear view mirror in a car by a lightweight fiber. As the car is accelerating at 1.90 m/s 2, what angle does the string make with the vertical? 2) A patient is to be given a blood transfusion. The blood is to flow through a tube ...
July 9, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
Which equation would you use when you were describing a flowing viscous fluid? Select one: a. The Bernouilli Equation b. The Poiseuille Equation c. The equation of continuity d. And of the Equation of continuity or the Bernouilli Equation or the Poiseuille Equation.
June 22, 2014 by lisa

Physics
if one resistor is removed from a parallel circuit, the total current will 1) decrease b) increase c) remain the same and the current flowing through each of the remaining branches ____________________. okay so the total current will decrease, but what about the second part? ...
May 19, 2011 by Sejul

science/the human body
explain why a person will die if their heart stops beating for a few minutes People die when their heart stops beating because it has stopped pumping blood throughout the body. The heart is the pump that distributes the blood through the entire body, also distributing ...
February 19, 2007 by amy

Physics
Which of the following is a direct result of the equation of continuity? a. The pressure one meter below the surface of water is about 10% greater than atmospheric pressure. b. The pressure on the inlet side of a horizontal pipe through which water is flowing at constant speed...
January 17, 2013 by Johnny

physics
A patient is to be given a blood transfusion. The blood is to flow through a tube from a raised bottle to a needle inserted in the vein . The inside diameter of the 4.8 cm long needle is 0.48 mm, and the required flow rate is 4.9 cm^3 of blood per minute. How high h should the...
November 11, 2010 by ashley

Biology
If agglutination occurs when blood with a certain antigen and blood with the corresponding antibody mix, why is blood type O the universal donor? Wouldn't the A or B antibodies from the O type blood attack the blood antigens of the recipient and cause clotting?
April 6, 2012 by Leasha

physiology practical
what affect can happen on the blood pressure and the heart rate when you drag or clamp the common carotid artery of the rabbit? and why? PLEASE please answer fast cause i have presentation tomorrow, please need help urgent!
May 21, 2012 by kane

math
Suppose 48% of the general population of thw world has blood type O, 27% blood type A, and 23% blood type B. a. what is the probability that someone has type AB blood( assume that there are only four blood types? b. Of tjere are 30 people in a room,how many would you expect to...
July 12, 2012 by bria

science
2. Which of the following is responsible for carrying nutrients to and waste from the body’s cells? (1 point) plasma red blood cells red and white blood cells white blood cells 3. _________ defend the body against disease. (1 point) Fibrin Red blood cells Plasma White blood ...
January 23, 2013 by tesj

HELP PLSS SCIENCE
2. Which of the following is responsible for carrying nutrients to and waste from the body’s cells? (1 point) plasma red blood cells red and white blood cells white blood cells 3. _________ defend the body against disease. (1 point) Fibrin Red blood cells Plasma White blood ...
January 23, 2013 by tesj

PHYSICS ---HELP!
A patient is to be given a blood transfusion. The blood is to flow through a tube from a raised bottle to a needle inserted in the vein . The inside diameter of the 4.8 cm long needle is 0.48 mm, and the required flow rate is 4.9 cm/3 of blood per minute. How high should the ...
November 12, 2010 by tiffany

problem!
Atherosclerosis is a condition also called "hardening of the arteries", resulting in reduced elasticity of the arteries. Identify two circulatory problems that might arise from this effect on the vessels. I have no idea Atherosclerosis causes two main problems. First, the ...
August 5, 2006 by robert

SCIENCE HELP JUST 2 QUESTIONS!! PLZZ HELP! :)
1) Identify the systems of your body, and explain how these systems work together. 2) Describe the flow of blood to the human body, including through each of the four chambers of the heart. Explain how the blood changes as it moves through the various locations in the body.
January 14, 2014 by Butterfly

physics
if one resistor is removed from a parallel circuit, the total current will 1) decrease b) increase c) remain the same and the current flowing through each of teh remaining branches ____________________. removing one resistor makes total resistance greater. What does this imply...
May 18, 2011 by Sejul

physics
if one resistor is removed from a parallel circuit, the total current will 1) decrease b) increase c) remain the same and the current flowing through each of teh remaining branches ____________________. removing one resistor makes total resistance greater. What does this imply...
May 18, 2011 by Sejul

health
A man with a long history of increased blood cholesterol levels has to have part of his carotid artery removed because a blockage has developed there. If the carotid bodies are removed during this procedure.which of the following is most likly to occur.
June 27, 2012 by carol

Physics
Water is flowing through a pipe (area 4.0 cm2) that connects to a faucet adjusted to have an opening of 0.57 cm2. If the water is flowing at a speed of 5.3 m/s in the pipe, how long does it take for water from the faucet to fill a bucket of volume 0.11 m3?
July 25, 2012 by Sierra

bio
is about blood flow. if i start in the superior mesenteric vein vein to finish in the left anterior circumflex humeral artery by the way of the hepatic portal vein and the heart. what is the right way?
July 19, 2013 by mary

science
Which set of terms below would be the best choice to use to describe the components of blood? A. leukocytes, ventricle, atrium, aorta B. platelets, plasma, erythrocytes, leukocytes C. electrolytes, artery, vein, cardiac D. antibodies, hemoglobin, pulmonary, systemic
May 29, 2014 by I NEED HELP FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

science 7th grade
if your friend as O + blood and you have A + blood can they use your blood safley for a blood transfusion ? I think you can't
April 2, 2008 by Anonymous

physic
you need to extend a 2.50 inch diameter pipe, but you only have 1.00 inch diameter pipe on hand.you make a fitting to connect these pipes end to end. if the water is flowing at 6.00cm/s in the wide pipe, how fast will it be flowing through the narrow one?
July 20, 2010 by steve

Biology
14. Which of the following is the blood vessel with the largest diameter? a. capillary b. artery c. vein d. venule Not sure...? 16. As a defense against pathogens, mucous membranes a. cover all of the body's surfaces to act as an impenetrable barrier b. line internal body ...
March 19, 2010 by mysterychicken

biology
choose the correct statement concerning blood vessels. a. venules control blood flow through capillaries. b. arterioles drain blood from capillaries. c. veins have thinner walls, but more valves than arteries. d. nutrient exchange may occur along arterial vessels. e. all of ...
October 22, 2010 by jackie

Science
Choose the CORRECT statement concerning blood vessels. A. Venules control blood flow through capillaries B.Arterioles drain blood from capillaries. C.Veins have thinner walls, but more valves than arteries. D.Nutrient exchange may occur along arterial vessels. E. All of the ...
November 2, 2012 by Kari

anatomy&physiology
How will increase/decrease the volume of blood flowing thrhoug kidneys effect the volume of filtration that forms?
April 21, 2011 by rally

Stats
5. A person’s blood glucose level and diabetes are closely. X is a random variable that measures the milligrams of glucose per deciliter of blood. After a 12 hour fast, x has an approximate normal distribution with a mean of 85 and a standard deviation of 25. What is the ...
June 7, 2014 by Mark Riverside

Physics Help
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in 1/2 s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. (a) What is the ...
February 14, 2012 by D.J

physics
Blood takes about 1.50 s to pass through a 2.0-mm-long capillary. If the radius of the capillary is 5.00 um and the pressure drop is 2.60 kPa, calculate the viscosity of blood
April 9, 2013 by Alex

Physics
A circuit is composed of a capacitor C=3 μF, two resistors both with resistance R=69 Ohm, an inductor L=6.00e-2 H, a switch S, and a battery V=25 V. The internal resistance of the battery can be ignored . Reminder: The "L=x.xxenn H" notation means "L=x.xx×10nn H". (The ...
June 17, 2013 by AAA

Science
1-Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system? D-fights infection 2-Which of the following explains why the heart is organized so that it pumps blood to two different locations? D-to provide a way for blood to pick up nutrients at one location and oxygen...
March 20, 2014 by Rodco

math/ algebra?
a lab technician draws a sample of blood. A cubic millitmeter of the blood contains 22^3 white blood cells and 22^5 red blood cells. What is the ratio of white blood cells to red blood cells?
October 28, 2011 by Maggie

Biology
Why does the blood go from the lungs to pick up oxygen and then return back to the heart to be pumped around the body ? Why can't it just get out of the lungs from the first pump and then pick up an artery and go around of the body instead of returning ?
March 17, 2008 by ASA

Dimensionless parameters
The drag, D, on a sphere located in a pipe flow through which a fluid is flowing to be determined experimentally. Assume that drag is a function of the sphere diameter, d, the pipe dianeter, H, the fluid velocity, V, and the fluid density, p. a) What dimensionless parameters ...
March 27, 2014 by Charlie

physics!!!
The viscous force on an oil drop is measured to be 6.0 10-13 N when the drop is falling through air with a speed of 9.0 10-4 m/s. If the radius of the drop is 2.5 10-6 m, what is the viscosity of air? Answer in N x s/m^2
November 11, 2012 by k

Please help! Taking exam Monday! Anatomy & Physiol
Nutrients move out of the blood and into the body cells through which blood vessels? A. arteries B. veins C. capillaries D. lymphatic vessels
May 16, 2013 by Linda

report for 8th grade science please check
Please check this and let me know what you think thanks. Situation: A 52 year old man suffers a pulmonary embolism that originated as a blood clot in his right leg.. Describe this condition and how it develops. Specifically, trace the pathway of the blood clot from his leg to ...
April 6, 2008 by alex

Biology
The objective is to trace a drop of blood from an ear lobe capillary to a big toe capillary specifying all blood and heart structures it passes through. What would be a good website to refer to for help with this?
May 22, 2010 by Jillian

social studies
What are the 2 rives flowing through Iraq?
September 23, 2009 by Gabby

Physics
In the human body, blood travels faster in the largest blood vessel, the aorta than in any other blood vessel. Given an average speed of 30 cm/s, how long would it take the blood to travel 5 cm?
February 2, 2013 by Amanda

HCA/220
Summarize the process of blood clotting, immune response, allergic reaction, and hormone release and how they interrelate. I know they all seam to have to travel through the blood somehow but I can't put it all together.
April 19, 2010 by Bren

physics
The left ventricle of the heart accelerates blood from rest to a velocity of +26 cm/s. Assume the displacement of the blood is linear and is +2.0 cm c) Determine the acceleration of the blood in cm/s2. d) How much time does blood take to reach its final velocity?
September 13, 2011 by kayla

PHYICS HELP
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in .530s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. 1) What is the ...
February 15, 2012 by BoB

science
Describe the path of blood through a bird's circulatory system. Start with the right side of the heart. Also explain where the blood picks up oxygen and where it releases the oxygen to the bird's body.
June 6, 2010 by stephania

college easy physics
Help me out with 2 multiple questions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ASAP please What is flux in general? 1. A flow of energy, so heat is an example of flux. 2. Flowing matter such as a river or an air current. 3. Flowing energy or flowing matter. 4. An amount of energy or matter passing ...
October 10, 2011 by ice cream

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