Answer to Question #55581 in Cell Biology for Jasmine Bartolo
What are the main differences between: PLASMA, TISSUE FLUID AND LYMPH please
Plasma – pale yellow liquid, blood component, which holds all its constituents in suspension. Tissue fluid – a solution, which bathes and surrounds the tissue cells of multicellular animals. Lymph – a fluid, which circulates through the lymphatic system. In fact, it is a tissue fluid, collected through the lymph capillaries.