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For my online homework, I have to make a concept map about membranes and body cavities. I really don't understand it and it won't let me go on to the next question unless I answer it. Please help. One one side it say: parietal pericardium, parietal peritoneum, parietal pleura, parietal serosa, serous fluid, visceral pericardium, visceral pleura, visceral serosa. On the other side, it says: forming a cavity for the heart is called, found on any ventral cavity organ surface is called, found on any ventral cavity wall is called, and there are more. But I don't understand at all.

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  1. Rushwr
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    I think u have to match up the most related. one from each side . :)

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