What Happens in the Capillaries?


The capillaries basically exchange materials with their surroundings. Their walls are very thin and are made up of a single layer of cells, where gases, nutrients as well as waste is diffused. They are distributed as beds, complex networks that link arteries as well as veins.
Q&A Related to "What Happens in the Capillaries?"
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