Blood plasma - circulation, Biology

Blood Plasma - Circulation

Centrifugation of blood results in its separation into two portions - a packed mass of cells which constitute around 45 per cent of the volume of the blood and an almost clear, straw coloured fluid called the plasma, which makes up the remaining 55 per cent. The plasma contains in addition to proteins other organic and inorganic substances in solution.

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