Color. The coloring matter of blood (hemochrome) is largely due to the
protein in the blood responsible for oxygen transport. Different ...
This blood is bright red. It also spurts out in pulses instead of oozing like the
blood from veins. So even outside the body, blood can be different colors. (What's
I recently had a discussion in my biology class on what color blood is.Most of my
class, including my biology teacher, were saying that blood is ...
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Nov 12, 2013 ... And is everyone's blood always the same color red (spoiler: no)? .... What in
oxygen would change the blood from red to blue? I'm not sure, but ...
Oct 16, 2012 ... Blood is always red, and veins look blue because the skin filters light
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
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?
Human blood is red because it contains a large number of red blood cells, which
contain hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a red-colored, iron-containing protein that ...
Mar 1, 2012 ... If a blood vessel is on the surface of the skin, it absorbs all the blue light it gets (
as well as most of the shades of red light and other colors) and ...
Mar 12, 2015 ... Blood isn't always red—evolution has given rise to a variety of hues.