Question: All Of The Following Are False Regarding The Ventricles EXCEPT: Walls Of Both Ventricles Have Trabeculae Carneae And Papillary Muscle. The Rt Ventricle Pumps Blood To The Lung And The Left Pumps Blood To The Heart The Lumen Of The Right Ventricle Is Wider Than That Of The Left Ventricle. The Lt Ventricle Receives Deoxygenated Blood From The Pulmonary …

Question: All Of The Following Are False Regarding The Ventricles EXCEPT: Walls Of Both Ventricles Have Trabeculae Carneae And Papillary Muscle. The Rt Ventricle Pumps Blood To The Lung And The Left Pumps Blood To The Heart The Lumen Of The Right Ventricle Is Wider Than That Of The Left Ventricle. The Lt Ventricle Receives Deoxygenated Blood From The Pulmonary …

All of the following are false regarding the ventricles EXCEPT: walls of both ventricles have trabeculae carneae and papillar

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All of the following are false regarding the ventricles EXCEPT: walls of both ventricles have trabeculae carneae and papillary muscle. the Rt ventricle pumps blood to the lung and the left pumps blood to the heart the lumen of the right ventricle is wider than that of the left ventricle. the Lt ventricle receives deoxygenated blood from the pulmonary vein the Rt ventricle expels a lesser volume of blood per beat than does the Lt ventricle. Question 2 (1 point) Which of following would be the best path of a RBC traveling form the systemic veins to the systemic arteries? aorta-pulmonary trunk-pulmonary vein— IVC—Lt. atrium IVC—- pulmonary trunk—pulmonary A— pulmonary vein — aorta SVC—– pulmonary vein— pulmonary trunk— pulmonary A —-aorta pulmonary trunk — IVC— aorta— pulmonary vein— pulmonary A pulmonary trunk pulmonary vein— IVC—- aorta