[Solved] The Tendency for Water and Small Solutes to Move Out
The tendency for water and small solutes to move out of the blood is greatest at the
A)venous end of capillaries.
B)transition between muscular arteries and arterioles.
C)transition between elastic and muscular arteries.
D)arteriole end of capillaries.
E)transition between venules and medium-sized veins.
10+ million students use Quizplus to study and prepare for their homework, quizzes and exams through 20m+ questions in 300k quizzes.
Explore our library and get Anatomy & Physiology Homework Help with various study sets and a huge amount of quizzes and questions