blood flow systemic circuit (hepatic portal system) and the , Biology

Trace the flow of blood through the systemic circuit (hepatic portal system) and the pulmonary circuit, beginning and ending in the left ventricle. You will be using named chambers, vessels, and valves. Hint: since you are starting and ending in the left ventricle, your first and last answer will be valves.
Left atrium

4 pulmonary veins

Pulmonary capillaries (capillaries of the lungs)

Bicuspid (mitral) valve

Pulmonary semilunar valve

Right ventricle

Mesenteric capillaries (capillaries of the small intestine)

Tricuspid valve

Pulmonary venules

2 pulmonary arteries

Hepatic capillaries (capillaries of the liver)

Right atrium

Inferior vena cava

Pulmonary trunk

Hepatic vein

Hepatic portal vein

Aortic semilunar valve

Pulmonary arterioles


Mesenteric artery
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