Main components of blood plasma, Biology

Main Components of Blood Plasma

You would recall the various types of cells found in blood. The composition of human blood plasma is given in Table. The very structure of blood makes it an important system of rapid mass transport of nutrients and metabolites over distances where diffusion is inadequate.

Table:  The main Components of blood plasma and their functions

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