What is the function of plasma in blood?

Answer Plasma refers to the liquid part of blood and makes up 55 percent of blood volume. Along with carrying the blood components (red and white blood cells and platelets), it has a number of functions n... Read More »

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Is plasma in blood used in plasma screen televisiosns?

In plasma TVs, there are two layers of glass and in between them, there is a mixture of xenon and neon gases. When heated, the form the colors, different colors at different temperatures. Blood pla... Read More »

What is the ph of blood plasma?

Human blood plasma, the liquid component of blood, must stay within a narrow pH range to support life. The pH of the plasma must remain between 7.38 and 7.42 at all times, keeping it slightly alka... Read More »

What does low function of thyroid blood work mean?

Everyone has a thyroid gland. Proper thyroid function is essential for metabolic function. Low thyroid function levels indicate inadequate amounts of thyroid hormones in the body. Treatment is avai... Read More »

Where do they get the blood from to make plasma TVs?

i can see where you are confused.Plasma TV dont use blood though, they use a mixture of noble gases (neon and xenon), the gases are electrically turned into a plasma which then excites phosphors to... Read More »