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BIOA02H3
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LECTURE 7
What are the Properties of Blood/ Blood Vessels?
oPlasma contains small molecules, ions, proteins, etc..It tells you what state
your health is in
oSeparate according to density as well
oHalf is plasma and half is cell components
Blood: A fluid tissue- connective tissue
oSo many little things such as nutrients/wastes and ions dissolved in plasma
and transported to or from cells
oCharged gradients give rise to membrane potentials
oConcentration and charged gradients control which way the materials
move..in/out of cells or blood
Red Blood Cells
oRed blood cells originate in bone marrow
oMature blood cells cant do anything after...which is why we need more red
blood cells (only in mammalian red blood cells)
oThe rest can carry on as normal cells...
Blood: Platelets
oFragments of cells
oContain proteins and everytihg that is crucial to clotting process
oWhen cells are damaged they give signals
oPlatelets are going to be attracted again
oPlatelet gets trapped and basically plugs the hole
oThere are proteins in the plasma many of which are synthesized in the liver
and circulate through the blood system in an inactive form (prothrombin)
oWhen theres damage, those platelets and clotting factors that are released in
response to the damage will cause the conversion of the prothrombin to
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LECTURE 7 What are the Properties of Blood Blood Vessels? o Plasma contains small molecules, ions, proteins, etc..It tells you what state your health is in o Separate according to density as well o Half is plasma and half is cell components Blood: A fluid tissue- connective tissue o So many little things such as nutrientswastes and ions dissolved in plasma and transported to or from cells o Charged gradients give rise to membrane potentials o Concentration and charged gradients control which way the materials move..inout of cells or blood Red Blood Cells o Red blood cells originate in bone marrow o Mature blood cells cant do anything after...which is why we need more red blood cells (only in mammalian red blood cells) o The rest can carry on as normal cells... Blood: Platelets o Fragments of cells o Contain proteins and everytihg that is crucial to clotting process o When cells are damaged they give signals o Platelets are going to be attracted again o Platelet gets trapped and basically plugs the hole o There are proteins in the plasma many of which are synthesized in the liver and circulate through the blood system in an inactive form (prothrombin) o When theres damage, those platelets and clotting factors that are released in response to the damage will cause the conversion of the prothrombin to www.notesolution.com
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