arteries are the biggest and capilleries are small,but veins are the same size range with arteries
veins are thinner than arteries
walls of veins are always thinner than those of arteries
The tunica media of arteries is larger than that of veins of same size.The tunica adventitia is larger in veins than arteries of same size.
Arteries and veins can be different sizes, because large arteries branch into smaller arteries, which branch into capillaries. These capillaries branch into small veins, which branch into large veins. So yes, they can be (and usually are) the same size if (I am surmising this) they are the same distance from the capillaries.
The appearance of veins and arteries are nearly identical except the size. An artery is much thicker or wider than a vein due to the musculature within the arteries.
Veins are muscular, arteries are not. Veins are designed to collapse (when empty), arteries are not.
the renal arteries and veins
well if you are mean the size arteries, veins, venules, areteries then capilaries if you mean from the heart ateries, artoriols, capilaries, venules then veins enjoy
Arteries drain (pump blood) into veins. Veins drain into your lungs and heart to be re-oxygenated. (This is not true for veins and arteries to and from your lungs.)
Veins are bigger than arteries.
can you distinguish coronary arteries and veins
No. Arteries are thicker than veins.
Cellulose is what surronds veins and arteries.
Veins and arteries both transport blood. Veins transports blood back to the heart while arteries transports it away. Veins are also much larger then arteries.
The purpose of arteries and veins is that arteries pumps blood to the heart and the veins carry blood away from the heart.
Technically, yes, all arteries and veins contain oxygen, since blood is in your arteries and veins, and blood has oxygen.
arteries have oxygenated blood and veins have oxygenated blood
Arteries and veins belong to the cardiovascular system.
Coronary arteries and coronary veins.
Yes and no. Veins do contain valves, but arteries do not.
Carries the blood to the skin and back to the arteries and veins
The capillaries connect arteries to veins.
Thee difference between muscle in veins and arteries is that muscles of arteries are thicker compared to those of veins.
Arteries and veins are blood vessels. Arteries carry blood away from the heart, and veins carry blood to the heart.