State difference between the blood vessels artery vein and capillary.

The differences between artery, vein and cappilary are:

Arteries Veins Cappilaries
Thick wall and elastic tubes that carries blood from heart to different parts of body Thin walled and non-elastic tubes, that carries blood from different parts of body to heart Very thin walled tubes that connects both arteries and veins
Do not have valves Have valves to allow blood flow to the heart Do not have valves
Transport only oxygenated blood Transport only deoxygenated blood  It contains both oxygenated and deoxygenated blood, since it connects arteries and veins

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