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Department
Physiology
Course
PHGY 210
Professor
Ann Wechsler
Semester
Winter

Description
th Lecture Seventeen- Wednesday, February 10 , 2010 -In parallel because you want specific organs to have their own specific flow respective to how much blood they need. The Heart see picture of the heart -Left ventricular wall is thicker than the right ventricular wall. This is because the left must develop a pressure that is at least 10x larger. -Right ventricle= “flap” of muscle on the cylindrical left ventricle. -4 valves in the heart  2 between atria and ventricles (atrial-ventricular valves; bicuspid and tricuspid valvesee picture)  2 between the outlet of the ventricles to the arteries (aortic and pulmonic valves) see slides on valves Papillary Muscles and Chordae Tendinae see slide -Chordae Tendinae always attached to papillary muscles -papillary muscle rapture 
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