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    Biology Discussions Reproduction is important in our daily life
    Suhaila Omar Posted 2 months ago

    Reproduction is important in our daily life

    What is the other function of the ovaries then this?

    it reproduce female reproductive cell called ovum

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      The differences between arteries and veins
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      Types Pulmonary and systemic arteries. Superficial veins, deep veins, pulmonary veins and systemic veins
      Direction of Blood Flow From the heart to various parts of the body. From various parts of the body to the heart.
      Anatomy Thick, elastic muscle layer that can handle high pressure of the blood flowing through the arteries. Thin, elastic muscle layer with semilunar valves that prevent the blood from flowing in the opposite direction.
      Overview Arteries are red blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart. resistance vessels Veins are blue blood vessels that carry blood towards the heart. capacitance vessels
      Disease artherogenesis- myocardial ischemia deep vein thrombosis
      Thickest layer Tunica media Tunica adventitia
      Location Deeper in the body Closer to the skin
      Rigid walls more rigid collapsible
      Valves Aren't present (except for semi-lunar valves) Are present, especially in limbs
       
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