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Science ch 4

lesson 3

What does blood contain plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets
Plasma liquid in blood
Red Blood Cells take up oxygen in the lungs and deliver it throughout the body
Hemoglobin proteins that contains iron and binds chemically with oxygen
White Blood Cells body's disease fighters
Platelets all fragments, help form blood clots
Hemoglobin proteins that contains iron and binds chemically with oxygen
Fibrin weaves a net of tiny fibers to form clots , produced by platelets
What is the role of blood types in transfusions maker molecules on red blood cells determine your type and the type of blood you can safely recieve in transfusions
Cross Matching process in which blood is used ant that it can be donated
Lymphatic System vein like vessels that return fluid that leaks out of blood vessels to bloodstream
Lymph consists of water and dissolved materials, white blood cells, move slowly
Lymph Nodes filter lymph, trapping bacteria and other disease-causing microorganisms
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