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Tissue fluid 

Chemicals are exchanged between cells and capillaries. The arteries branch into capilleries which are tiny blood vessels, they have permeable walls so substances can diffuse in and out. The networks of capillaries in tissue are called capillary beds, as blood passes through the capillery beds small molecules are forced out of the capillaries to form the tissue fluid, which surrounds the cells. these substances can then…


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