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Blood Cells are also a part of which other systems ? Respiratory, Digestive & Immune
What Blood Cells do to help RESPIRATION ? Transport Oxygen from the lungs to every other Cell in the body.
What Blood Cells do to help DIGESTION ? Carry Nutrients derived from eaten foods to all cells in the body.
What Blood Cells do to help EXCREATION & URINATION ? Carry wastes disposed of by cells that filter the Blood to remove wastes.
What Blood Cells do to help, IMMUNE ? Transport the Cells that fight off Organisms that invade the body.
ATOM to ORGANISM ? Atom, Molecules, Cells, Tissues, Organ, Organ System, Organism.
CELLS Function ? Converting Energy, Digesting Food, Exreating Waste, Reproducing & Taking in Oxygen.
Name the 4 classes of body Tissue ? CONNECTIVE, EPITHELIAL, MUSCLE & NERVE.
Normal Blood Glucose level ? 0.1 % Insulin helps maintain the blood glucose level.
Normal Blood Pressure ? 120/80 millimeteres.
Normal Blood Temp ? 98.6 Degrees Farrenheit.
Normal Blood pH ? 7.4.
UNINUCLEATED ? Have ONE Nuclei
MULTINUCLEATED ? Have MANY Nuclei.
Hemorrhage ? Bleeding is the loss of blood from the body. Hemorrhage (AE) or Haemorrhage (BE) is the medical term for bleeding. In common usage, a hemorrhage means particularly severe bleeding.
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