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Name 1) the veins that enter the right atrium; name 2) those that enter the left atrium. For each, where does the blood come from?Name 3) the artery that leaves the right ventricle; name 4) the artery that leaves the left ventricle. For each, where is the blood going?5) Explain why the heart is considered a double pump.Selected Answer:1) superior vena cava/upper body & inferior vena cava/lower body 2) left pulmonary veins/left lung, right pulmonary veins/ right lung 3) pulmonary artery/lungs 4) aorta/body 5) The right side of the heart receives deoxygenated blood from the body and pumps it to the lungs while the left side of the heart receives oxygenated blood from the lungs and pumps it to the body. Both sides of the heart work at the same time. Correct Answer:1) Superior vena cava - upper body; Inferior vena cava - lower body2) Left pulmonary veins (2) - left lung; Right pulmonary veins (2) - right lung 3) Pulmonary artery - lungs 4) aorta - body 5) The right side of the heart receives deoxygenated blood from the body and pumps it to the lungs; the left side of the heart receives oxygenatedblood from the lungs and pumps it to the body. Both sides of the heart work simultaneously (atria contract together, then ventricles contract).ResponseFeedback:[None Given]Question 26 out of 8 pointsMatch each heart valve with its proper location and its functionQuestionCorrect MatchSelected MatchAt the junction of the right ventricle and the pulmonary arteryC. Pulmonary semilunar valveC. Pulmonary semilunar valveBetween the left atrium and left ventricleB. Mitral valveB. Mitral valveBetween the right atrium and right ventricleA. Tricuspid valveA. Tricuspid valveAt the junction of the left ventricle andthe aortaD. Aortic semilunar valveC. Pulmonary semilunar valvePrevents backflow of blood to the left D. D.
ventricle when the ventricle relaxesAortic semilunar valveAortic semilunar valvePrevents backflow of blood to the left atrium when the left ventricle contractsB. Mitral valveB. Mitral valvePrevents backflow of blood to the rightatrium when the right ventricle contractsA. Tricuspid valveA. Tricuspid valvePrevents backflow of blood to the rightventricle when the ventricle relaxesC. Pulmonary semilunar valveD. Aortic semilunar valveQuestion 310 out of 10 pointsTrace the pathway of blood flow of one red blood cell -- from the point where oxygenated blood is received by the heart to the myocardium to the point immediately prior to deoxygenated blood leaving the heartCorrect AnswerSelected Answer1. left atrium1. left atrium2. left ventricle2. left ventricle3. ascending aorta3. ascending aorta4. right and left coronary arteries4. right and left coronary arteries5. smaller arteries5. smaller arteries6.