Sunday Homework 4 (10%). Answer course objectives. 
The weekly activities generally consist of answering the chapter objectives located near the beginning of each assigned chapter. Make sure to write and enumerate the questions inside quotation marks. Follow that with your original answers not inside quotation marks. At the end of each chapter or the homework, list your references in full (not just a link) and flank each reference by quotation marks. Minimum 150 words per answer (some questions can be completely answered with fewer words). 

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Chapter 18

Identify the primary functions of blood, its fluid and      cellular components, and its physical characteristics
Identify the most important proteins and other solutes      present in blood plasma
Describe the formation of the formed element components      of blood
Discuss the structure and function of red blood cells      and hemoglobin
Classify and characterize white blood cells
“Describe the structure of platelets and explain the      process of hemostasis”
“Explain the significance of AB and Rh blood groups in      blood transfusions”
“Discuss a variety of blood disorders”

Chapter 19

Identify and describe the interior and exterior parts      of the human heart
Describe the path of blood through the cardiac circuits
Describe the size, shape, and location of the heart
Compare cardiac muscle to skeletal and smooth muscle
Explain the cardiac conduction system
Describe the process and purpose of an      electrocardiogram
Explain the cardiac cycle
Calculate cardiac output
Describe the effects of exercise on cardiac output and      heart rate
Name the centers of the brain that control heart rate      and describe their function
Identify other factors affecting heart rate
Describe fetal heart development

Chapter 20

Compare and contrast the anatomical structure of      arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins
Accurately describe the forces that account for      capillary exchange
List the major factors affecting blood flow, blood      pressure, and resistance
Describe how blood flow, blood pressure, and resistance      interrelate
Discuss how the neural and endocrine mechanisms      maintain homeostasis within the blood vessels
Describe the interaction of the cardiovascular system      with other body systems
Label the major blood vessels of the pulmonary and      systemic circulations
Identify and describe the hepatic portal system
Describe the development of blood vessels and fetal      circulation
Compare fetal circulation to that of an individual      after birth

Chapter 21

Identify the components and anatomy of the lymphatic      system
Discuss the role of the innate immune response against      pathogens
Describe the power of the adaptive immune response to      cure disease
Explain immunological deficiencies and over-reactions      of the immune system
Discuss the role of the immune response in      transplantation and cancer
Describe the interaction of the immune and lymphatic      systems with other body systems

Chapter 22

List the structures of the respiratory system
List the major functions of the respiratory system
Outline the forces that allow for air movement into and      out of the lungs
Outline the process of gas exchange
Summarize the process of oxygen and carbon dioxide      transport within the respiratory system
Create a flow chart illustrating how respiration is      controlled
Discuss how the respiratory system responds to exercise
Describe the development of the respiratory system in      the embryo

Chapter 23

List and describe the functional anatomy of the organs      and accessory organs of the digestive system
Discuss the processes and control of ingestion,      propulsion, mechanical digestion, chemical digestion, absorption, and      defecation
Discuss the roles of the liver, pancreas, and      gallbladder in digestion
Compare and contrast the digestion of the three      macronutrients