The dorsal aorta is simply the part of the aorta (which is quite long) going down the body, meaning it has the same function of the aorta of the heart, which is transporting oxygenated red blood cells to the rest of the body. The dorsal aorta is the part of the aorta that does down the body. It transports oxygen rich red blood cells to the rest of the body.
the dorsal aorta is the chief artery that arises from the heart to distribute blood to the body.
the dorsal aorta of the frog is the largest somebody please tell us what the smallest is
This artery is called the dorsal aorta and it is a main artery leading from the heart. It divides and branches out to smaller arteries that ensure that all of the body is supplied with oxygen.
Aorta which is also called Systemic aorta or Dorsal aorta.
it doesn't... there's no proof that it does :)
The function of the thoracic aorta is to carry oxygenated blood from the arch of the aorta to the iliac arteries.
Dorsal aorta carries oxygenated blood from the lungs to the tissues, while the ventral aorta carries impure blood (rich in carbon dioxide) from the heart to the lungs.
To distribute blood from the heart to other organs of the fish body
The Renal Arteries supply kidneys with blood
You can tell cause dirt comes out the dorsal side. the dorsal side is darker because its the worms main blood vessel like our aorta
look at the map, it is below ths small intestine and kidney.
the function of the anterior dorsal fin on a perch fish is to fluctute blood currents
The function of the Descending Aorta is to carry blood mostly to either your head or your legs.The function of the Descending Aorta is to carry blood mostly to either your head or your legs.Descending aorta is the continuation of ascending aorta. It carries oxygenated blood from heart to the organs and muscles of chest, abdomen, pelvis and lower limbs.
Ants do not have a heart. They have a dorsal aorta that functions like a heart.
The main function of the dorsal fin in any animal with a dorsal fin is stability. Some fish have adapted for using the dorsal fin for other uses, such as propulsion in the Sunfish. The anglerfish's dorsal fin has evolved to work as a fishing pole so that the fish can bait and catch their prey.
The dorsal blood vessels in earthworms carries blood to the head.
The ascending aorta delivers oxygenated blood FROM the heart, TO the head and arms.
Someone with a ruptured aorta would die from this.
it is the frog's back.
the posterior dorsal fin of a shark helps fluctuate body fluids and blood
the aorta is function of the heart
There will be loss of sensory function.