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Explain how the body established a pressure gradient for fluid flow
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Physioex 9 exercise 5 activity 1
1. explain how the body established a pressure gradient for fluid flow

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The body establishes a pressure gradient for fluid flow due to the pressure difference between the two ends of the vessel.


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Explain how the body established a pressure gradient for fluid flow
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Describe the effect that radius changes have on the laminar flow of a fluid.


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Explain how the body established a pressure gradient for fluid flow
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Describe the effect that radius changes have on the laminar flow of a fluid.

The larger the radius, the greater the laminar flow and vice versa. Since the vessel is larger, there's more room for the blood to move through, thus increasing laminar flow.


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