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chapter 11 quiz 1

Atria receiving chambers
chordae tendineae tiny white cords, anchor the flaps to the walls of the ventricle
coronary sinus back side of the right ventricle. blood is emptied in here.
mitral valve the left AV valve/bicuspid/consists of two flaps, or cups, of endocardium
myocardial infarcation heart attack, corionary, or MI
myocardium consists of thick bundles of cardiac muscle twisted and whorled into ringlike arrangements.
pulmonary circulation circulation from the right side of the heart to the lungs and back to the left side of the heart
systrmic circulation second circuit/ left side of the heart through the body tissues and back to the right side of the heart
tricuspid valve the right AV valve/ has three flaps
Created by: RobertVoje