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Capacity of the Blood: . Keeps up a consistent domain for living tissues in the body. Transports supplements, gasses (e.g. oxygen and carbon dioxide) and squanders to and from the cells. Transports hormones from organs to far off locales to manage development, propagation and vitality creation. Contains proteins, white platelets and antibodies to battle contamination, and platelets (thrombocytes) to help w
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AMA 180 - Anatomy & Physiology/Medical Terminology/Pathology 11 Blood & Lymphatic System

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Function of the Blood: Maintains a consistent domain for living tissues in the body. Transports supplements, gasses (e.g. oxygen and carbon dioxide) and squanders to and from the cells. Transports hormones from organs to far off locales to control development, proliferation and vitality generation. Contains proteins, white platelets and antibodies to battle contamination, and platelets ( thrombocytes ) to help with thickening.

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Composition and Formation of Blood: Cells: framed components; platelets begin in the bone marrow (hematopoietic immature microorganisms) and change size and shape to wind up distinctly particular (separated). Plasma: fluid part of the blood when flowing in the body; brings platelets through the circulatory framework. Made out of water, disintegrated proteins, sugar, squanders, salts, hormones, and so on. Erythrocytes: red platelets that contain hemoglobin (protein) that empower them to convey oxygen. Leukocytes: white platelets come in 5 separations ( granulocytes, basophils, eosinophils, neutrophils and phagocytes ) to help battle off disease through the body\'s invulnerable reaction and the formation of antibodies . Thrombocytes: platelets; thickening cells that are shaped in bone marrow from mammoth cells called megakaryocytes .

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Lymphatic System Function: Acts as a seepage framework to transport, through the circulation system, proteins and liquid that have spilled into the interstitial liquid encompassing body cells. Ingests lipids from the small digestive system. Makes antibodies. Lymph is clear watery liquid that encompasses cells.

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Structure of the Lymphatic System: Lymph vessels: modest vessels that encompass cells and convey lymph from tissues. Lymph vessels: bigger vessels that vehicle lymph to the thoracic cavity. Lymph hubs: accumulations of stationary lymph tissue that create lymphocytes and go about as channels; contain macrophages , B cells and T cells that annihilate remote substances. Right lymphatic pipe: extensive channel in the upper trunk that the lymph vessels discharge into; channels the correct side of the head and the trunk. Thoracic conduit: expansive pipe in the upper trunk that the lymph vessels discharge into; channels the lower body and the left half of the head. Vast veins in the neck: lymph is conveyed here from the channels where it then enters the circulatory system. Spleen: made out of lymph tissue; obliterates old platelets, channels remote substances from the blood, actuates lymphocytes that create antibodies and stores blood. Thymus organ: made out of lymph tissue; particularly essential amid adolescence and assists with the production of antibodies and resistant cells.

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