Item BF095004: Capillaries are found in body organs such as the brain, lungs, and intestines, and capillaries are also found inside external parts of the body such as arms, legs, hands, and feet.

What parts of the body have microscopically small blood vessels (capillaries) that are close enough to cells of that part of the body so that molecules can move from the blood to those cells?

  1. Capillaries are found in body organs such as the brain, lungs, and intestines, and capillaries are also found inside external parts of the body such as arms, legs, hands,
    and feet.
  2. Capillaries are found in body organs such as the brain, lungs, and intestines, but capillaries are not found inside external parts of the body such as arms, legs, hands,
    and feet.
  3. Capillaries are found inside external body parts such as arms, legs, hands, and feet, but capillaries are not found in body organs such the brain, lungs, and intestines.
  4. Capillaries are not found inside external body parts such as arms, legs, hands, and feet, and capillaries are not found in body organs such as the brain, lungs, and intestines.
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Students Responding Correctly
Group Correct Total Percent
Overall 624 1700 37%
Grades
  6–8 343 994 35%
  9–12 278 702 40%
Gender
  Male29182035%
  Female32185638%
Primary Language
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  Other5415236%

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