By N. Durkin
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The fluid portion of blood is called plasma. Blood is classified as a connective tissue because it contains cells separated by a fluid matrix, and, in a sense, it connects all the cells of the body bringing them oxygen and nutrients, taking away carbon dioxide and wastes and helping cells to maintain proper ion concentrations. 5-8% of your body weight. 9 kg of that weight is blood. In infants and children, blood makes up a higher percentage, while in obese people it makes up less. WHAT ARE RED BLOOD CELLS AND WHAT DO THEY DO?
LlIl partltlon:l) membrane Some common organelles and structures of cells. 1 Protein layer I Phospholipids Polar ends of phospholipids (a) Protein layer I Polar ends of phospholipids A CELL AND The first published drawing of a cell was drawn by Robert Hooke in the year 1665. Today we have photographs taken through an electron microscope capable of enlarging the cell thousands of times. Some of the newer microscopic and photographic techniques give added dimension and texture to the pictures and have taught scientists a great deal.
The processes of impulse conduction and synaptic transmission will be discussed in detail in the Chapter on the nervous system. Jt:. 13 (a) Synapses between neurones. (b) Diagram of the electron microscopic appearance of one type of synapse. (c) Conventional diagrammatic representation of a chain of neurones. Neurones which have only one long dendrite (and one axon) are called bipolar neurones. The dendrite of a bipolar neurone receives sensory stimuli, which are converted to impulses and conducted down the dendrite and axon of the cell.
An Introduction to Medical Science: A Comprehensive Guide to Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology by N. Durkin