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The Journey of a red blood cell
Updated: 3/26/2020
The Journey of a red blood cell
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  • I'm a red blood cell being made in the bone. I'm going to go the heart.First Im going to the vena cava.
  • Now I am in the right atrium. I am going to go to the heart now.
  • Heart
  • I have been to the heart so the right atrium is going to push me through the tricuspid and into the right ventricle.
  • The left ventricle has pushed me through the semi lunar, out of the heart and into the kidney's trunk and lower limbs.
  • I am now deoxygenated and have traveled up throught he vena cava. Then I start again-no rest for a red blood cell!
  • o2
  • o2
  • Left atrium
  • Now I have entered the left atrium, it will push me through the bicuspid and into the left ventricle.
  • o2
  • o2
  • o2
  • After that I will travel back to the heart through the pulmonary vein and enter the left atrium.
  • Now I will travel through the pulmonary artery to the lungs. Here I will pick up oxygen.
  • Now the right ventricle is going to push me out of the heart through the semi lunar.
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