Color. The coloring matter of blood (hemochrome) is largely due to the
protein in the blood responsible for oxygen transport. Different ...
Human blood is always red. It appears blue under the skin because it is viewed
through a layer of subcutaneous fat beneath the skin that gives the veins a bluish
The myth is that... that blood is red when it is filled with oxygen and blue when ... I'
ve known well educated adults to be fooled by this one and it simply is not true.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=True Color of Blood&v=LXI0stRzYro
Oct 10, 2014 ... Let me know in the comments what color you think human blood is. Krista talks
biology: .... +LaneVids that is true. Read more. Show less.
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Nov 12, 2013 ... And is everyone's blood always the same color red (spoiler: no)? ... My friend and
I were having an intense argument of what color blood is.
Mar 19, 2010 ... Note: Readers commenting under today's Friday Happy Hour post brought up an
age old question: "Is blood blue when it's inside the veins?
Sep 1, 2010 ... Anyway, the color that I personally think resembles blood in its darker state ... But
finding out if this is “true” is like squeezing blood from a stone.
Mar 6, 2012 ... But it's not true! Blood is always red. Oxygen-rich blood is bright red as it leaves
the heart. When it returns in veins without much oxygen, it's still ...
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 ...
So, if veins aren't blue, you may be wondering about their true color. If you have
ever eaten meat, you already know the answer to this question! Blood vessels ...