In the heart of mammals the bicuspid valve mitral valve is situated between

In The Heart Of Mammals The Bicuspid Valve Mitral Valve Biology Question

In the heart of mammals the bicuspid valve (mitral valve) is situated between


(a) Left auricle and left ventricle
(b) Post caval and right caval
(c) Right auricle and left auricle
(d) Right ventricle and pulmonary aorta

Correct Answer:

Left auricle and left ventricle


The bicuspid valve is a valve consisting of two membranous flap or cups situated between the atrium and ventricle of the left side of the heart in mammals.

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Topics: Human Body Fluids and Excretory Products (197)
Subject: Biology (4253)

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