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right atrium
blood comes into the heart from the body
left atrium
blood comes into the heart from the lungs
left ventricle
blood from the right atrium goes into (left ventricle) and then out to the body
right ventricle
blood from the left atrium goes into the right ventricle and back out into the lungs
pericardium
fibrous cavity that lines the heart, fluid filled to reduce friction of heart muscles against lungs
tricupsid valve
blood travels through broad openings bounded by flaps from atrium to ventricle
chordae tendinae
hold tricuspid valves in place, limit movement so they don't go the wrong way
papillary muscles
responsible for tensing the chordae tendinae
semilunar valve
guards entrace to pulmonary trunk and fills pockets of blood to prevent backflow too
bicuspid valve
blood travels through broad oepnings bounded by flaps from atrium to ventricle