when we say ventricles have thicker muscular wall than atria do.what does atria do means ?? atria do
Asked by v.chaubey85 | 20th May, 2020, 09:16: PM
The ventricles of the heart have thicker muscular walls than the atria. This means that they have multiple layers of tissue in their walls as compared to the atria. This is because blood is pumped out of the heart at greater pressure from these chambers compared to the atria.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 21st May, 2020, 11:23: AM
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