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Does veins or arteries have oxygen?

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2010-01-12 01:22:42
2010-01-12 01:22:42

Technically, yes, all arteries and veins contain oxygen, since blood is in your arteries and veins, and blood has oxygen.

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Veins- oxygen-poor blood that is returning to the heart Arteries- oxygen-rich blood that is going to the cells


Veins- oxygen-poor blood that is returning to the heart Arteries- oxygen-rich blood that is going to the cells


Arteries carry blood with oxygen to the heart. Veins carry blood full of carbon dioxide to the lungs. Arteries have a thick wall. Veins have a thin wall. Arteries have no valves. Veins have valves.


For the most part, arteries carry oxygenated blood and veins carry de-oxygenated blood. This is opposite in the pulmonary veins and arteries because they are going to and from the lungs to get oxygen.


arteries because they carry blood from the heart,carrying oxygen to the blood cells


Veins carry blood low in oxygen and arteries carry blood rich in oxygen.


Yes, blood that flows through veins (not arteries) is rich (high) in oxygen.


Arteries, capillaries, and veins carry oxygen in the blood.


well here is one: Veins- oxygen-poor blood that is returning to the heart Arteries- oxygen-rich blood that is going to the cells


Pulmonary veins carry oxygen rich blood from the lungs to the heart. Pulmonary arteries carry low-oxygen blood from the heart to the lungs.


i think you mean difference so: Veins- oxygen-poor blood that is returning to the heart Arteries- oxygen-rich blood that is going to the cells


Most arteries are high in oxygen except for the pulmonary arteries.Most veins carry blood low in O2 The only veins that carry blood high in oxygen are the pulmonary veins.


Veins carry carbon Dioxide to the heart and arteries carry oxygen to the body.


Arteries always carry blood away from the heart. Veinsalways carry blood back to the heart.Most arteries are high in oxygen except for the pulmonary arteries. Most veins are low in O2.And then there are the pulmonary veins. The only veins that carry blood high in oxygen.


Arteries, capillaries, and veins. Arteries take blood away from the heart. Veins return blood to the heart. Capillaries are between the arteries and veins and supply the cells with oxygen and nutrients.


Oxygen moves into the lungs to the alveoli in the lungs into capillaries into pulmonary veins to the heart then to arteries that go through the rest of the body.


Types:1- Arteries2- Veins3- CapillariesArteries bring oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the rest of the body, veins bring oxygen-poor blood from the rest of the body to the heart, and capillaries connect arteries to veins.


Because veins and arteries carry different things. Veins carry oxygen rich blood while arteries carry oxygen poor blood which means that beins might consist of more and tougher layers because of what is inside of it


Veins are blue because the blood is poor in oxygen, arteries are red because the blood is rich in oxygen.


the arteries carry oxygen rich blood to all parts of the body. the veins return the blood to the heart to get oxygenated


The blood in arteries is being pumped from the heart, where it received oxygen, making it red. The blood in veins is going back to the heart to get oxygen.


No, they usually carry low oxygen blood except for the pumonary veins which carry oxygen from the lungs to the heart.


Veins return de-oxygenated blood to the heart, that arteries carried out with oxygen.



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