Which of the following observations would NOT be evidence that blood was pumped through the body or flowed in a circuit?
A. Measuring the volume of the heart and counting the beats per minute gives a value of 520 pounds of blood an hour, many times a person's volume.
B. Dissecting a live fish shows the heart beating and blood moving, gushing one direction.
C. In surface veins, blood can be pressed past a valve toward the heart but not away from the heart.
D. A very tight tourniquet causes the arteries to swell on the side toward the heart, but not on the side of the ligature away from the heart.
E. A cut made anywhere on the body results in blood seeping from the wound.