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Capillaries do not occur in cells.Capillaries are larger than cells, indeed capillaries are made of cells.Capillaries are the smallest blood vesicles.
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.
Lymphatic capillaries have a greater and more variable diameter than blood capillaries.
the end blindly in terminal lymphatic capillaries
Arteries "feed" the capillaries while veins drain the capillaries.
plmonary veins begin as capillaries and end as capillaries
the peritubular capillaries
Capillaries are the sites of exchange between blood and tissue.capillariesCapillariesOccurs in the capillaries via diffusion.
Yes, lymphatic capillaries are more permeable.
Capillaries connect small arteries to small veins. Capillaries are the site of gas exchange.
Yes, because fenestrated capillaries have holes.
how does diffusion happen in the capillaries
function of capillaries in leaf
Lymphatic capillaries carry lymph fluid while blood capillaries carry blood. Otherwise they run side by side.
Sinusoidal capillaries...these are wide leaky capillaries found in bone marrow
Veins do not send blood to capillaries. They receive blood from capillaries. Arteries send blood to capillaries, in this case, specifically, hepatic arterioles.
Capillary.capillariesCapillaries.Blood flow moves from arteries, to arterioles, to capillaries, to venules, to veins, to the heart, and then back to arteries. Capillaries are where the exchange of oxygen and other materials happens.Capillaries