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CAN BLOOD FLOW BACKWARDS AND FORWARDS IN THE BLOOD CELLS?

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Blood cells are a part of blood. Blood is not a part of blood cells. Blood can't flow backward and forward within blood cells. Blood cells can flow backward and forward within blood.

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It cna either allow blood to flow backwards or block the flow of blood forwards depending on the type of block.


The heart, the heart pumps the blood so it wouldn't let the blood flow backwards.


Damaged heart valves may allow blood to flow backwards, or may obstruct the forward flow of blood.


Blood veins have valves that prevent blood from flowing backwards.


They are the shape that they are to fit the vessel that they are between. This permits a tight fit so that when the heart beats, blood flow doesn't go backwards but only forwards.


Veins are fitted with one-way valves - that close if the blood tries to flow backwards.


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enforce a one way blood flow through the heart chambersthe valves prevent the blood from going backwards. they keep the blood flowing forwards! we just dissected a heart in science today so i know for sure thats what they do :)


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Blood doesn't flow through your cell but there are blood cells flowing through your body.


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It is important for blood to flow in one direction in the heart because blood can't flow backwards because it has oxygen rich blood and poor oxygen rich blood and these to types of blood cannot mix :)


No, pressure controls the flow of blood from the atria to the ventricles. The valves just prevents the blood from flowing backwards.


A heart valve stops the flow of blood backwards when the heart muscle pulses. Without the valve there would be no direction to the flow of the blood.



this will upset the ratio of plasma and cells, and blood will be thick.




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