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* which is the character of lymphatic that differ from venous system?
a.no glucose
b.no fatty acid
c.no leukocyte
d.no semilunar valve
e. higher fluid flow velocity
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i would say valves.
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i would say valves.
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I don't know , but I will pick Leukocytes , white BLOOD cells ??
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Nice, I'm thinking either E or D.
Not sure if the valves in the venous system are SEMILUNAR. If they're not then I think E (higher fluid velocity) As the lymphatic system prevents edema from happening normally by higher fluid flow maybe?
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* which is the character of lymphatic that differ from venous system?
a.no glucose
b.no fatty acid
c.no leukocyte
d.no semilunar valve
e. higher fluid flow velocity

lymph contains glucose, triglycerides, leucocytes (wbc bt nt rbs) and valves

so it must be e.....cuz eventually they must flow into veins...so in order to flow into veins they must have more pressure ryt? im just guessing
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I don't know , but I will pick Leukocytes , white BLOOD cells ??
lymphs originate from lymph nodes and so are rich in lymphocytes wich r one type of wbc.... hope im correct
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Guys so what's the answer ???
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