In this interactive activity, you will learn to label the features of the human heart by dragging and dropping text labels onto the boxes that are located next to the diagram. The answers you give should be correct, and you can redo them by clicking on the box and starting over again. You can also check your answers by clicking on the Reset Incorrect and Check answers buttons. You can also click on Reset All to start over.
The heart consists of four chambers: the left atrium, the right atrium, and the right ventricle. The left atrium leads to the right ventricle, while the right ventricle pushes blood into the body through the aorta. The autonomic nerve plexus, or sympathetic nervous system, controls the pumping cycle of the heart. This system is known as the “brain of the heart”.
The heart is a hollow organ that is divided into two halves by a septum. Each side contains a small collecting chamber that leads into a large pumping chamber. There are four chambers, the left atrium, the right atrium, and the right ventricle. The left and right atria form the right atrium, while the right and left ventricles are connected by the aortic valve. The heart contains four major blood vessels, and these arteries are all connected by the aorta and pulmonary veins.
The heart has four chambers: the left atrium, the right atrium, and the left ventricle. Each side has a small collecting chamber that leads into the large pumping chamber. In addition, the heart also has a pulmonic valve, which lies between the left and right ventricles. There are also two other major valves: the aortic valve and the mitral valve.
The heart is divided into left and right halves. The left atrium is the upper chamber and the right atrium is the lower chamber. The left atrium is a small space that leads into the aortic artery. The aortic valves are the main arteries. The heart is divided into 4 chambers by the septum. Each side is made up of two atria.
The heart is divided into two parts: the right atrium and the left ventricle. The right atrium is the pumping chamber. The heart is composed of subepicardial and endocardial layers. The left atrium is the largest of the three and is connected to the other side by a septum. Similarly, the left atrium is the largest of the three.
The heart has four chambers. The left atrium is the upper chamber. The right atrium is the lower chamber. Both the ventricle and the right atrium are lateral. They are connected by the aortic atria. The other two chambers are the aortic apex. The left atrium is located on the upper right side. The left atrium is the upper one.
The heart has two sides and is separated by a septum. The left atrium is the pumping chamber, and the left ventricle is the receiving chamber. The right atrium is the right side of the heart. The left atrium is the lower chamber, and the left ventricle is auricle. The chambers are connected by the auricle and the septum.
The heart has left and right sides and the right ventricle. The right atrium is the upper chamber. The right atrium is the lower chamber. Both of them are connected by the aortic. The right ventricle is the left side. Lastly, the left atrium is the left atrium. The two chambers are the lower. The left side of the heart has the auricle and the atria.
The human heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. It sits in the center of the chest, tilted to the left. It is surrounded by a two-layered sac called the pericardium. The heart is shaped like a quadrangular pyramid with the base facing the posterior thoracic wall and the apex pointing toward the anterior thoracic wall. The great vessels of the heart radiate to the head, thorax, abdomen, and to the upper and lower limbs.