What is the function of the dorsal aorta?
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.
What is the difference between the dorsal and ventral sides of the worm How can you tell which side is which?
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.
How does blood travel from the heart to the big toe and back and what arteries and veins are involved?
i need to know this for my science class but nobody knows. so i will just tell my teacher that nobody knows. Left ventricle- ascending aorta- aortic arch- descending aorta- abdominal aorta- thoracic aorta- external iliac artery- femoral a- popliteal artery- anterior tibial artery- dorsalis pedis a- dorsal metatarsal a- first dorsal digital artery I don't know veins well. You just have to get back to the vena cava.