How does oxygenrich blood travel from the heart to capillaries around the body?


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2011-03-11 20:36:40
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through your pulmonary artery and pulmonary vein.

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The oxygenpoor ( carbon dioxide rich) blood from the right ventricle of heart is flow through the pulmonary artary to the lungs. And the gas exchange(exchange of carbon dioxide and oxyen ) takes place between the capillaries of pulmonary artary and the alveoli (air spaces) of the lungs .then the oxygenrich blood is collected by the pulmory veins to the left auricle of heart. pulmonary artary--- the only artary which carries deoxygenatad blood............. pumonary vein----------the only vein which carry oxygenated blood............

Capillaries . The smallest of the blood vessels: capillaries.

No veins travel to the heart into capillaries that turn the blood into oxygen-rich blood. Then the blood goes into the body

The capillaries carry the blood around the alveoli.

The circulatory system - arteries, veins and capillaries.

Carbon dioxide passes into the blood at the capillaries of the systemic circulation. Then it is released at capillaries around the alveoli.

Blood is carried around your body in a network of veins, capillaries and arteries.

There are so many capillaries in our bodies so the blood can circulate fully around the body. The blood carries oxygen to our cells, and the capillaries carry around the blood to the hard to reach places, such as the tips of our fingers and the tips of our toes. When you cut of the circulation, or the blood flow, in your finger, and you get a bruise, this is because the capillaries have broken open. Without the capillaries, our cells would die from no circulation. Capillaries are very important for the Healthiness of our bodies.

In these capillaries some salts and water is reabsorbed into the blood from the tubules.

The tubes that carry blood around the body are blood vessels. They comprise arteries, veins, and capillaries.

the chamber that pups the blood around to the heart is the capillaries

Tubes that carry blood around the body are blood vessels. These include veins, capillaries, and arteries.

Veins do not send blood to capillaries. They receive blood from capillaries. Arteries send blood to capillaries, in this case, specifically, hepatic arterioles.

The tubes are called capillaries.All sorts of tubes ("vessels") carry blood around the body, but the smallest are known as "capillaries", taken from Latin capillaris ("of hair", since capillaries are as thin as hairs).The smallest of blood vessels are capillaries.

your heart pumps blood around the body via arteries, capillaries and veins.

The 3 blood vessels that carry blood around the body are the capillaries, the arteries, and the veins.

Lymphatic capillaries have a greater and more variable diameter than blood capillaries.

Capillaries contain oxygenated blood.

Blood does not move faster through the capillaries. Blood flow is slowest in the capillaries.

Yes, capillaries form a network around the alveoli. It is through the alveolar walls and into the capillaries that oxygen enters the blood stream. Carbon dioxide leaves the blood by the reverse route.

lymphatic capillaries are very permeable Lymphatic capillaries have valves that keep fluid from flowing backward. The blood capillaries are regulated by smooth muscle. Lymphatic capillaries are also a but larger than blood capillaries.

Capillaries are the smallest blood vessels that supply blood to the organs and muscles of the body, transferring oxygen to and carbon dioxide from them. Capillaries are found around the body, everywhere. High blood pressure causes the capillaries to burst. Bursting capillaries in the brain cause strokes, and bursting capillaries in the kidneys cause kidney failure.

Lymphatic capillaries carry lymph fluid while blood capillaries carry blood. Otherwise they run side by side.

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