Tissues fluid and oxygen

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  • Created on: 12-12-12 21:16
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  • cells: Tissue fluid doesn't contain erythrocytes but has  leucocytes called phagocytosis
    • Proteins.  Tissue fluid doesn't contain plasma protiens
      • Blood contains plasma protiens
  • Tissue Fluid & Oxygen
    • lymph fluid  contains lymphocytes whereas tissue fluid doesn't
    • Tissue fluid: the role is to bathe the cells allowing the diffusion transport of oxygen and nutrients to the cells
    • cells: Tissue fluid doesn't contain erythrocytes but has  leucocytes called phagocytosis
      • Proteins.  Tissue fluid doesn't contain plasma protiens
        • Blood contains plasma protiens
    • Blood is held in the blood vessels and the heart
      • Blood consists of blood cells in a watery fluid called plasma
        • Plasma consists of oxygen, fatty acid, carbon dioxide, amino acids, salts, hormones,
    • 2 types of  white blood cell: lymphocytes and neutrophils
    • Function of lymph fluid- lymphocytes produces antibodies
    • tissue fluid: no erythrocytes and is not in vessels
      • Blood has erythrocytes and is in vessels
    • erythrocytes contain the protein haemoglobin- theu transport oxygen
    • the ability of haemoglobin to take up oxygen depends on it's affinity for oxygen
      • high  affinity for oxygen can hold alot  of haemoglobin

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Hummi C

Really useful, thank you! :3

sophie

No problem, I'm really sorry I didn't see this because I haven't been on here for a while 

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