Arteries > arterioles > capillaries > venules > veins.
its called anastomosis.cappillaries= connecting the arteries and venuel= connecting veins
Capillaries are connected to the Veins and arteries.
The capillaries connect arteries to veins.
A capillary is the smallest blood vessel. It connects arteries and veins.
That would be the capillary
Capillaries connect arteries and veins. =========== Yes, with arterioles and venules in between. (artery - arterioli - capillary - venule - vein)
i don't know but i know which blood vessel connects arteries and veins it is the capillaries.
veins are blood vessels
no, only veins have valves, because they do not have the same pressure on the vessel as arteries do.
The capillary beds in the tissues, where they connect the arterioles and venules together, which then fuse to form the arteries and veins.
Arteries, Veins and Capillaries.
arteries, veins, and capillaries.
coronary arteries and coronary veins
Arteries, veins, and capillaries.
Venules, they are smaller and thinner than veins.
The capillaries are the blood vessels that connect arteries and veins. Capillaries are the site of gas exchange in the body.
Blood vessels. Veins & arteries
arteries, capillaries and veins
veins have valves, arteries dont.
arteries are big and veins are small
Arteries enter arterioles enter capillaries enter venules enter veins.
The arteries are connected to the veins through capillaries. Blood leaves the heart through arteries, goes throughout the body, then by way of capillaries to the veins and returns to the heart.
A capillary is a very small blood vessel that carries blood from arteries to veins. Capillaries are between 5 to 10 micrometers in diameter.
Blood flows from arteries to veins or from arterioles (small arteries) to venules (small veins) in a capillary bed.
Capillaries are the tiny tubes that carry blood. These vessel connect small arteries to small veins, and are the site of gas exchange.