Blood pumped by left ventricle oxygen-rich or oxygen-poor

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Chapter 5 / Exercise 5.75
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Krystal David 4/9/17 Professor Jedlicka BIOS195 A. Major Heart Structures and Great Vessels Fill in the blank with the term that fits the description. Coronary arteries 1.Arteries that supply blood to cardiac muscle Myocardium 2.Layer of heart wall containing cardiac muscle Auricles 3.Extensions of the atria Mediastinum 4.Heart is located here (area between the lungs) Endocaridium 5.Lines the heart chambers Apex 6.Pointed inferior part of the heart Ventricles 7.Two heart pumps; lower heart chambers Atria 8.Superior heart chambers Epicardium 9.Another name for visceral pericardium Base 10.Atria compose this on the posterior surface of heart Oxygen poor 11.Blood pumped by right ventricle (oxygen-rich or oxygen-poor) Oxygen rich 12.Blood pumped by left ventricle (oxygen-rich or oxygen-poor) 13.Enlarged muscles in ventricles attached to chordae tendinae
14.Muscle ridges in ventricles
17.Blood vessel that returns blood from the body inferior to the heart
18.The valve located between the left ventricle and the aorta
19.A membrane between the atria that closes after birth
20.The valve located between the right atrium and right ventricle
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