the heat from all the people
Yes - an increase in contractility would lead to an increase in stroke volume. An increased stroke volume would cause an increased cardiac output.
an increased heart contractability
Since the stroke volume increased then the cardiac out put would increase, pumping out more blood with the same amount of heart beats.
Increased heart rate and increased stroke volume
increased heart rate and increased stroke volume.
The crank angle would change the stroke. The stroke would change the volume.
increase because the more unhealthy you are leads to you to eating more unhealthy things witch can cause strokes
I may be guessing here but I am thinking with an increase in stroke volume you body is getting more volume per beat ... therefore it compensates by lowering the heart rate. if your pump is more efficient then you body doesn't need your heart to pump as often. That's the only rationale i can think would cause it!
decreased stroke volume and no change in cardiac output
A soccer ball and a pump
what object would you use to describe an increase in volume? 1. a wooden box with holes 2. a rock and a cup of water 3. ice in a glass and a thermometer 4. a soccer ball and a pump
When the heart rate slows down, EDV, or end-diastolic volume is increased. There is more time for ventricular filling to occur.
Decreasing the pressure or increasing the temperature would increase the volume of ideal gas in a closed container with variable volume.V = nRT / P
It would increase.
It would increase in volume. According to Charles' Law, as you increase temperature the volume will increase as well. So if you would put it in a freezer, it would shrink because as you decrease temperature, you decrease volume.
No, if the gas is in a rigid container how would the volume increase? The pressure would increase with rises in temperature.
When venous return is increased
no the presure would become greater unless the contianer became larger the volume would stay the same
Because, water oozes into the cell resulting in increase in cell volume
A decrease in pressure would result in the increase in the volume of a gas provided that the temperature is constant.
Assuming mass does not also increase, then density decreases if volume increases. For example, let's say Mass= 100 and Volume= 50 Density would = 2 Now, lets increase the volume. Mass would still = 100, and let's increase the volume to 75. Density would then equal 1.333... 2 is greater than 1.333.... so yes, density decreases as volume increases.
According to the combined gas law, volume and temperature are directly related. Therefore, if temperature increased, volume would also increase.
It would increase the density of sea water as water volume is reduced and salt volume remains unchanged
RBC volume would increase.