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Stack #23783

heart valves

Heart valvesAnswer
atrioventricular regulate openings between atria and ventricles
right AV valve (tricuspid) regulates R atrium to R ventricle
Left AV valve regulates L atrium to L ventricle
cordae tendineae prevent AV vales from relapsing into atria
papillary muscles on floor of both ventricles, attached to chordea tendineae
Semilunar regulate openings between ventricles and great arteries
pulmonary valve (3 cusps) Right ventricle to pulmonary trunk
aortic valve (3 cusps) L ventricle to aorta
Created by: chellebelle2975