Where does the conversion of arterial blood into venous blood take place?

The arterial blood flowing from the heart is enriched with oxygen and nutrients. Getting to the capillaries, it gives nutrients and oxygen to the cells through the thin walls of these vessels, instead taking carbon dioxide and other products obtained as a result of the vital activity of cells. And now the blood, which lacks nutrients and oxygen, acquires the name venous.

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