Eosinophilia Magnification:Z6at 2. Which chamber of the heart - left or right ventricle- has thicker walls? How does this difference reflect the functions of these two chambers? 3. After observing the models, identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate between the anterior and posterior surfaces of the heart. 4. Identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate the right and left sides of the heart. 44 Blood Pathologies and Heart Anatomy Laboratory 2

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Eosinophilia
Magnification:Z6at
2.
Which chamber of the heart - left or right ventricle- has thicker walls? How does this difference
reflect the functions of these two chambers?
3.
After observing the models, identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate
between the anterior and posterior surfaces of the heart.
4. Identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate the right and left sides of
the heart.
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Eosinophilia Magnification:Z6at 2. Which chamber of the heart - left or right ventricle- has thicker walls? How does this difference reflect the functions of these two chambers? 3. After observing the models, identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate between the anterior and posterior surfaces of the heart. 4. Identify one structural difference that you could use to differentiate the right and left sides of the heart. 44 Blood Pathologies and Heart Anatomy Laboratory 2

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