Welcome! Please follow me and I will show you my path as a red blood cell.
This is the bone marrow of the body, I was created here! Now we can start our journey to the heart.
Welcome to the right atrium! I am unable to spend much time in here as I get pushed out.
THE HEART/RIGHT ATRIUM
This red blood cell is trying to sell his house. His first client just arrived, and needs to show them his house as a red blood cell in the circulatory system!
This is my favourite room of the house, the lungs! From here, this room will lead you to the pulmonary vein.
Wow, I've been learning so much about what happens to a red blood cell as it travels!
This is the first room in the house, the bone marrow. The red blood cell begins his journey here as hetravels though the rest of the body.
We are now back into the heart, completing the tour of the house! Once I travel through the aorta, I make my way into the kidneys delivering oxygenated blood to the body. That is where we began the tour.
THE HEART/LEFT ATRIUM
Now to the second room of the house, the heart! Or more specifically, the right atrium. From there, the cell enters the right ventricle. Once the right ventricle contracts, it pushes the red cell out to the next location.
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After leaving the heart, the red cell travels through the pulmonary artery to the lungs. From here, the red blood cell picks up oxygen making it an oxygenated blood cell.
After leaving the pulmonary vein, the cell travels back to the heart! This time into the left atrium. From there, the cell enters the left ventricle. Once the left ventricle contracts, it pushes the cell out of the heart and into the aorta.
Thank you for teaching me about red blood cells. This is a great house!
The cell has completed its travels in the circulatory system. It takes the red blood cell about one minute to do so. Afterwards, the cell will stay in the kidneys trunk and lower limbs delivering oxygenated blood. This lasts for about 120 days before it dies.
I definitely did, thank you. I plan on putting an offer on this house!