Veins carry blood to the heart. Arteries carry blood from the heart to the body.
Because you dont have blood vessles in your bones, and you dont bleed out unless your blood vessles are punctured... retard!!
they bring oxygen to the brain
Veins carry blood to the heart.
OK, by definition we have blood. Do you want to know what blood is made of?
The heart, blood vessles & blood together form the circulatory system. The heart provides the pressure to circulate the blood through the vessles to distribute Oxygen to the ebtire body.
Arteries Capillaries Veins
Lymph is a watery fluid (usually clear unless you have just eaten a fatty meal) that is found in lymphatic vessles and nodes. It starts as intersticial fluid between the cells of almost all body tissues, and from there enters lymphatic vessels to become lymph. This is a cycle betwen blood, tissues and lymphatic vessles: 1) water leaves blood vessles to enter the intersticial space of tissues 2) intersticial fluid enters lymphativ vessles to become lymph 3) lymphatic vessles eventually enter the venous sytem and return the water to the blood.
veins, arteries, capillaries
* because the cramping represents constricted blood vessles and would not be happening if blood were flowing .
the blood vessles that carry blood to your heart are called arteries
when blood vessles constrict they get alot thinner than normal.
Arteries Always carry blood Away from the heart.
No, red blood cells are produced in bone marrow.
veins are the blood vessles that return de-oxygenated blood to your heart, while arteries carry oxygenated blood.
Blood moves around the body because the heart pumps it and blood vessles carry it.
No not all animals have red blood because they dont have the same vessles.
yes there are arteries, veins, and capilaries
Central Retinal Artery
For the most part the carotid arteries (to the head) and the jugular vein (from the head).
there is exactly only 1 inch of blood vessles in the adult body
If tissue is well vascularized it has a suitable amount of blood vessles in it.
Arteries. There's only two- the aorta and the pulmonary artery, which carries veinous blood.
The arteries take blood away from the heart and circulates around the body the capillaries are the vessels that go to the heart.
Cholesterol, blood clots, fat embolism', even plastic from a hypodermic needle that has broken off can block blood vessles.