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Updated: 8/26/2020
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  • For our assignment, research about the different types of the blood vessels and their function.
  • You may now leave.
  • The next day
  • Where's Ben? Oh guys do you have the research about the blood vessels?
  • Oh he's sick, and yes I did some research about that
  • Me too!!
  • So you all have 10 mins to brainstorm all your research
  • Mine is the capillary
  • Capillaries connect the arteries to veins.
  • I will talk about the artery and its main function
  • So they continue to brainstorm, after 10 mins the teacher told them to comeback now
  • Artery carry oxygenated blood away from the heart
  • Veins carry the blood back to the heart.
  • And mine will be the veins, right now we'll just share our thoughts about the type that we'll share
  • Arteries carry oxygenated blood away from the heart. Smooth interior layer of epithelial cells that allows blood to flow easily.
  • Arteries also contain a strong, muscular middle layer that helps pump blood through the body.
  • Unlike arteries, veins contain valves that ensure blood flows in only one direction.
  • Veins carry the blood back to the heart. They’re similar to arteries but not as strong or as thick.
  • The capillaries then deliver the waste-rich blood to the veins for transport back to the lungs and heart.
  • Capillaries connect the arteries to veins. The arteries deliver the oxygen-rich blood to the capillaries, where the actual exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs.
  • These vessels transport blood cells, nutrients, and oxygen to the tissues of the body. They also take waste and carbon dioxide away from the tissues. The circulatory system does a very important job in your body. Your heart and blood vessels is essential to keeping your body functioning.
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