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what douse the right side of the heart feed
pulmonary circuit
the left side of the heart feeds the
systemic circuit
the atria are the
receicing chambers of the heart
the right atria reseves blood from the
anterior and prosterior vena cava (deoxygenated
the left atreia recives blood from
pulmonary veins (oxygenated) from the lungs
what douse the right side of the heart feed
pulmonary circuit
the left side of the heart feeds the
systemic circuit
the atria are the
receicing chambers of the heart
the right atria reseves blood from the
anterior and prosterior vena cava (deoxygenated
the left atreia recives blood from
pulmonary veins (oxygenated) from the lungs
the ventricals do what in unision, to do what?
contract to send blood out of th heart
the right ventricl sends blood out thought the
pulmonary trunk
the pulmonary trunk branches to from the
pulmonaryh arteries
the left ventricles sends blood though the
aortic valve
septum,????
function
muscular wall that separates right and left side of heart.
keeps the pulmonary circuit separat from the system circuit
the corinary vein douse
returnes the blood to the vena cava (enters the right atrium)
the corninary arterie conducts
oxygenated blood away from the heart