During the first phase of tissue repair capillary buds invade the clot forming a delicate pink tissue called?
Capillary hemorrhage into the skin, forming petechiae. Also called punctate hemorrhage
Endothelial cells also called simple squamous epithelial tissue
it's called lyum
The cells that form the enamel of the teeth are called Ameloblasts during a process called Amelogenesis.
The brush that archaeologists use is called an archaeology brush. Archaeologists use this brush to clean delicate artifacts during excavations.
The capillaries have the thinnest walls of any of the blood vessels. The capillary wall is made up of a single layer of endothelium lying on a delicate basement membrane. The thin capillary wall enables water and dissolved substances, including oxygen, to diffuse from the blood into the tissue spaces, where they become available for use by the cells. The capillary also allows waste from the metabolizing cell to diffuse from the tissue spaces into… Read More
A capillary tube is used to carry a very small amount of blood. It is called a capillary (tube) because the movement in side is performed by "capillary action".
A small artery is called a capillary.
Its called a boiling, or a capillary, Tube.
The most common Plastic Forming Machines are Vacuum Forming, and Pressure forming. There is also a forming method called Twin Sheet Forming. This method is rather complex and involves heating 2 extruded plastic sheets simultaneously, and then forming and sealing or fusing these two sheets together during the thermoforming process. Twin Sheet forming is done by very few Thermoforming companies.
it is the glomerulus....
A liquid has two properties (amongst many) called cohesion and adhesion. Cohesion is the force of attraction between molecules/atoms of the liquid itself. Adhesion is the force of attraction between the molecules/atoms of the liquid and other substances. Therefore, if the molecules' attraction for another substance is greater than the attraction between the molecules, the molecules will preferentially interact with the other substance. When you have a substance that is more attracted to the walls… Read More
capillary beds are supplied by small arteries calles arterioles and drained by small veins called venules
Im not sure what supplies them but im positive there drained by venules. Capillary beds are drained by small veins called venules, and are supplied by small arteries called arterioles.
The thermometer consists of a very fine glass tube having a very small bore and is called capillary tube. At one end of capillary tube a very thin glass bulb is provided. The bulb is filled with mercury( most of the times) or alcohol The other end of capillary tube is sealed. The capillary tube is protected by a thick glass tube called stem. On the stem are made markings. These markings are called graduations… Read More
Usually called 'capillary attraction' or 'capillary action' it refers to the way very thin tubes can draw water up themselves without any external changes in pressure or without suction being applied.
A precipitate is basicly a solid forming in a solution during a chemical reaction. When the reaction occurs, the solid formed is called the precipitate, and the liquid remaining above the solid is called the supernate.
By a process called "capillary" action.
The division of nucleus and its parts during cell division is called Cytokinesis.Firstly, during Prophase the nucleus membrane starts disappearing and then after(Metaphase,Anaphase)it, in Telophase it again appears when the daughter cells are almost forming. Here the division of nucleus ends an then the division of cytoplasm takes place which is called Karyokinesis.
The act of forming the commonwealth of Australia, or the merging of the independent states, was called "Federation".
Blood leaves a capillary through a venule, a small vein. At that point, the blood is making its journey back towards the heart.
Capillary action due to adhesive force. Answer capillary action, just like ink on paper
It is still called water. The phenomenon that it's demonstrating is called capillary action.
It formed when Mount Mazama collapsed during a massive eruption, forming a crater-like structure called a caldera.
The malleus, which is in your ear.
The tiny blood vessel is called as capillary. The diameter of the capillary is about 8 micrometer. They are present through out your body. They are present in your body in very large number. Together the cross sectional area of them all is about 2500 square cm.
they squeeze through capillary walls in a process called diapedesis
the process that shape earths crust by forming new features is called endogenious :)
Lines forming right angle are called perpendicular lines.
They act as an anchor to bind and pull apart daughter chromosomes during cell division. the cell membrane invagenate into cytoplasm this forming structure is called mesosome.
The round cells that move in the blood capillaries are called RED BLOOD CELLS.
If you mean what are the waves called that spread outwards in circles, those are called capillary waves, or ripples.
In the lungs are small air sacs called alveoli. These alveoli are covered with blood capillaries. Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide diffuse through the alveolar capillary membrane. Oxygen diffuses from the alveoli to the blood capillary and carbon dioxide diffuses from the capillary to the alveoli and you breath it out of your body.
Is drained by an efferent arteriole.
The capillary effect
The 'capillary effect'. See the link.
A smooth muscle called precapillary spinchter.
The capillary effect in water is the tendency for water to travel up a surface such as a tube. It does this because water molecules are attracted to each other which also causes the phenomenon called surface tension.
When blood enters a capillary network from an artery it is at high pressure. Molecules of blood plasma are squeezed out of the capillary. Overall the liquid is formed around the cells is called tissue fluid.