Results for: Atrium

In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is an atrium?

the main or central room of an ancient roman house open to the sky with a pool for collecting water. A large open space in a building Microscopic air sacs within the lungs (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What happens in the atrium?

The atria are the two upper chambers of the heart (the ventricles are the lower two) The atria are the 'filling' chambers, so blood entering the heart passes through the atr (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What do the atriums do?

In the human heart atriums are used to store blood briefly between beats. This blood is then pumped into the heart's two ventricles, and from there it travels to the body an (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is the plural of atrium?

The plural is atria . This can be used architecturally or with reference to chambers of the heart.
In Heart

What does the atrium and ventricles do?

The atrium and ventricles don't DO anything, they're just chambers in the heart. The heart is made up of four chambers - the right atria, the right ventricle, the left atria, (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What does the the right atrium do?

Rigth atrium receives unoxygenated blood from superior vena cava and inferior vena cava. from rigth Atrium blood drains to the rigth ventricle through tricuspid valve. Atrium (MORE)
In Frogs

What is a frogs atrium?

The left ventricle receives oxygen from the chest. The right ventricle receives oxygen from the rest of the body. PS..... Ur Welcome :)
In History, Politics & Society

What is an atrium house?

An atrium is a room or entrance hall, rather than a house, which has a glass roof.
In Example Sentences

What is a sentence for atrium?

The body was kept close, in the atrium of the family home, until the funeral process begins.
In Definitions

How do you describe an atrium?

An open-roofed entrance hall or central court in an ancient Roman house. It is also each of the two upper cavities of the heart where blood is passed to the left and right v (MORE)