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What are the components of human blood and their functions?

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    http://anthro.palomar.edu/blood/blood_components.htm

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    did that help answer your question at all?

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    thank you

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    Hemoglobin, white blood cell, red blood cell

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    Basically 2 parts, one is formed element and other is plasma. formed elements:- contains cells (wbc, rbc, and platelets which are not cell but fragments of megakaryocytes) and also some imature cells like reticulocytes are also present and others ones also in minute quintity. Plasma:- its composition is 90% water and 10% other things which are proteins and so many other things which i did not mentioned like antibodies, imunoglobulin, albumin etc. thanks

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