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Is your blood blue?

  • yes, your blood is blue. when oxygen hits the blood thats when it turns red. Thats why your veins are blue

    blood is red, IT IS NEVER BLUE. has anybody ever seen blue blood?

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  • Answer: It has to be a mixture between really dark purple and blue. The reason it looks red when you cut yourself with a paper cut (etc.) is because the air rushes to it. The air makes it rich and red.
  • Answer: Blood that contains hemoglobin (such as in humans and other vertebrates) is always red. The reason veins appear to be blue is due to the lack of oxygen. If you hold your hand up to a light source, your hand will glow red because of the blood being red.
  • Answer: The color of blood is blue when it is inside the body. However, it appears as a red color when it is outside the body.

    No it is not, Blood is always RED
  • Answer: yes, your blood is blue. when oxygen hits the blood thats when it turns red. Thats why your veins are blue

    blood is red, IT IS NEVER BLUE. has anybody ever seen blue blood?
  • Answer: horseshoe crabs do indeed have blue blood, this is because the protein that carries oxygen in their blood is haemocyanin. This protein is a pigment like the haemoglobin in our blood, but instead of using iron to carry the oxygen it uses copper. When iron is oxidised it goes red (hence our red blood) and when copper is oxidised it goes greeny blue (hence the blue blood).
    horseshoe crab is the animal that has blue blood,,,..but i have no idea of insects having blue blood^_^
    All those animals that have haemocyanin as the respiratory pigment have their blood blue when oxygenated. Haemocyanin is the respiratory pigment akin to haemoglobin but hemocyanin has copper as the cofactor instead of iron which you find in haemoglobin.
    Animals belonging to class crustacea and those belonging to phylum Mollusca have hemocyanin, and hence they have blue blood.
    Some notable crustaceans are crabs, lobsters, shrimps.
    Some notable mollusks include Snails, whelks. mytilus, oysters, chitons, squids, sepia, octopus.
    Limulus, called a horseshoe crab, also has hemocyanin.
  • Answer: Kings and Queens and other members of royal families are said to have blue blood. But they actually have the same kind as everyone else.
  • Answer: A blood seems blue in veins because when a blood is in veins they are low in oxygen and therefore look blue. When they get oxygenated, they become red and are carried by the artery.
  • Answer: no . the blood in octopus is blue
  • Answer: Blood is red. Your veins viewed from above the skin may give the illusion of blue due to light refraction and other factors. The common misconception of "blue" blood is continued due to textbook illustrators use of blue and red to differentiate arteries and veins.
  • Answer: People say that because the visible veins under your skin have a purple-ish blue color, due to the darkish red deoxygenated blood. Unfortunately, your blood is always red. This is the same misconception as saying Mountain Dew is green because of its green bottle, as an example.
  • Answer: She ends up with Jack

    oliver let schuyler go to jack, so jack can protect her
  • Answer: It depends on whether either of them is carrying a brown eye trait. If so, their children will have brown eyes. If not, blue eyes are recissive so it will also depend on whether they are heterozigous blue or homozigous blue, if hetero- it is a 50-50 chance, if homo- their child will have blue eyes.
  • Answer: An insurance quote from the health care coverage provider Blue Cross Blue Shield can be obtained by either calling the company and speaking to a representative, or by visiting their official website.
  • Answer: Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans and addresses are specific for each state. If you are asking about an EOB for patients rather than for providers, then an EOB will not be sent if the plan is self-insured and BC/BS is the administrator: the patient pays an upfront co-pay, and no explanation is needed. (All large corporations in the U.S.A. and most state-benefits plans are self-insured.)If the plan is private (single subscriber) or is a group plan that is insured, then you should receive an EOB. If you did not, then you can find the BC/BS address in your state online. If you are employed and are in a group plan, whether insured or self-insured, then your employer will have that address for your plan.