Blood is a red liquid that circulates in our blood vessels. The main function of blood is as a body transportation system that circulates oxygen and food substances, but also has a major role in the body’s defense system against infection. In every drop of blood, it consists of several components which are broadly divided into two, namely cell and fluid components. Nearly half the blood volume consists of blood cells, which include red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. The rest is a liquid called blood plasma. Nearly 92% of plasma is water while the rest consists of enzymes, hormones, antibodies, nutrients, gases, salts, proteins and metabolites of various types.
What is the function of blood? What about the function of each component of the blood?
Functions of Blood in General
Blood is the main means of transportation in the body that is responsible for transporting essential … Read More