Venous blood is deoxygenated blood which travels from the peripheral vessels,
through the ... Deoxygenated blood is darker due to the difference in color
between deoxyhemoglobin and oxyhemoglobin. T...
Apr 17, 2008 ... The bright red color of arterial blood stems from a complex that's .... Anyway, the
deoxygenated blood being brown appearing blue could ...
I recently had a discussion in my biology class on what color blood is. ...
oxygenated (arterial) blood is 'redder' than deoxygenated (veinous) ...
Their veins look red, even though their blood is the same color as ours. ... it turns
red so your veins look blue because your body contains deoxygenated blood.
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Nov 12, 2013 ... And is everyone's blood always the same color red (spoiler: no)? Do all animals
have red blood ('nother spoiler: no!)? And why is red blood red ...
Oct 16, 2012 ... Blood is always red, actually. Veins look blue because light has to penetrate the
skin to illuminate them, blue and red light (being of different ...
Sep 3, 2010 ... This red color primarily comes from the hemoglobin, which contains four ... Sorry
but deoxygenated blood DOES turn blue - actually black.
Jul 10, 2014 ... On the other hand, while deoxygenated blood is noticeably darker due to ... It is
thus evident that the colour of blood is highly determined by the ...
Once oxygen is released to the tissues and carbon dioxide binds the
deoxygenated blood, it looks darker in color. All vertebrates have red blood, and
there are ...
The idea that oxygenated blood is red and deoxygenated blood is blue is a
common misconception. In fact, human blood is never blue. It does change color