How does blood move?
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Blood vessels that move towards the heart are veins. Blood vessels that move away from the heart are arteries. Blood vessels that directly let blood into the heart are: Superior and Inferior Vena Cava (right atrium) and Pulmonary veins (left atrium). Blood vessels, into blood flows from the right ventricle of the heart is the Pulmonary trunk, and from the left ventricle is the aorta.
Blood in arteries moves because of pressure of blood from the heart. Each time the heart pumps, it pushes the blood a little further. Veins do not rely on the heart to move blood. Veins have a system of valves to keep the blood from not moving backwards, and muscles contract the veins to move the blood.
Blood cells, plasma, and platelets all carry blood, platelets help blood clot and move red & white blood cells around, Plasma is the liquid part of the blood that holds blood cells and gets moved around by platelets, and blood cells move around in your blood fighting infections & protecting your wounds by forming scabs.