The body contains three types of blood vessels, although they are all comprised of the same material. The only material difference is in regard to size and whether or not they contain one-way valves.

Arteries - Which carry blood away from the heart

Veins - Which carry blood to the heart

Capilliaries - Which are one blood cell wide and is where the transfer of oxygen for carbon dioxide takes place.

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