The blood vessel called the mesentery is usually rich in nutrients that is absorbed from the small intestines.
it has rich blood supply and has rich oxygen supply
Not sure myself... however i have a little knowledge about this as i have done it in my science lesson. The adult intestine is approximately 7.5 metres long and surrounded by a very rich blood supply. This is so the large food particles can be cut down and passed through to the blood so the body can absorb it.
It runs form the liver to the intestines and caries the blood leaving the intestines to the liver. This blood is rich in the food nutrients absorbed into the body by the intestines which then need to go to the liver for processing.
The lungs supply the heart with oxygen rich blood.
1)It is rich in blood supply 2)It is covered by villi and microvilli 3) It is long
The pulmonary veins carries oxygen rich blood from the lungs to the heart.
because of the blood cells in the brain sending messages
No, it's usually the connective tissue
The heart is made up of an intricate web of blood vessels (coronary arteries) that ensure an adequate supply of blood rich in oxygen and nutrients.
The large intestines is rich in blood vessels. As a result, water is diffused into the blood stream through the process of osmosis.
The lungs look pink because they have a rich blood supply.
to circulates the heart
To supply nutrient rich and oxygenated blood to the spleen.
They need a lot of blood.
The gills is where the fish extract oxygen from the water for the blood supply and also where it expels carbon dioxide. The gills are the start and the end.
The carotid arteries (paired) supply the head and neck with oxygen rich blood.
They need to supply oxygen-rich blood for flight.