the difference between a vein and an artery is that veins have valves to stop backflow*~Dazed~* said:hey thanks mito that was good... nice little summary there too...
hey do you think its necessary to be able to draw an artery, vein and capillary... because i find that the diagrams of artery and vein look the same and i dont know how to distingusih between them
Arteries are thicker - they have more muscle to pump the blood around and withstand pressure.jesster88 said:the difference between a vein and an artery is that veins have valves to stop backflow
at least i think thats it i will have to check
Products of metabolism are:vanessahidayat said:on the 2006 HSC paper for bio i saw this question.
Why is it necessary for organisms to remove metabolic waste products?
I thought that all arteries carry oxygenated blood with the EXCEPTION of the pulmonary artery, from the right side of the heart to the lungsDisenchanted said:Could anyone please help me with this question im confused!
Explain why it is incorrect to say that arteries carry oxygenated blood and veins carry deoxygenated blood?