Why do arteries have thick Elastic Walls?

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Why do arteries have thick Elastic Walls?

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arteries have thick walls so that the pressure inside the arteries is maintained and blood flows also if their walls are thin they they will break due to high blood preesure in the ventricles.

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Arteries and arterioles have relatively thick muscular walls because blood pressure in them is high and because they must adjust their diameter to maintain blood pressure and to control blood flow. Veins and venules have much thinner, less muscular walls than arteries and arterioles, largely because the pressure in veins and venules is much lower; veins may dilate to accommodate increased blood volume.

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arteries have thick walls witgh wavy membrane and nqaroow lumen so the blood flows with great presure and it blows with spurts and thick elasytics wall expand duing the contraction of the ventricles and auricles and ot is thick asd it directs bllod to every part

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when the blood arises out of the heart it is under extreme pressure we know that the arteries carry blood away from the heart so to take this pressure they are thick as otherwise they may tear.

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They have to have thick walls with HUGE passage so blood can circulate pretty well. Wall is something that, the thicker the better.

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