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How blood is purified in human body
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Basically, blood transports oxygen, nutrients and hormones throughout the body, allowing them to pass into cells to be used for cell processes. It also carries waste products …such as carbon dioxide away from cells. Blood gets transported through major body systems, for example, the lungs to be oxygenated and the heart to get pumped throughout the body. The kidneys filter blood to remove nitrogenous waste, which is excreted in urine.
Liver and Kidneys.
Answer The spleen
Transfers vital oxygen, minerals and vitamins to all of the organs in your body. It also helps fight of infection in open cuts. Blood is a body fluid that delivers ess…ential substances like nutrients and oxygen to the cells of the body. Blood also transports carbon dioxide and other waste products away from the cells, to the lungs, kidneys, and digestive system; from there they are removed from the body. In addition, the blood also helps fight infection in open cuts in the body. Our body has billions of cells that need regular supply of fuel and oxygen to function. Blood meets these requirements and ensures proper functioning of cells, thus, also making sure that our body keeps in good health. It might interest you that an average adult human body has about five liters of blood. Blood in our bodies is pumped by the heart through a network of arteries and veins. It is interesting to note that even the heart cannot survive without blood flowing through the vessels that bring nourishment to its muscular walls. Having said that, it is anybody's guess, we can't live without blood. Without blood, we couldn't keep warm or cool off, we couldn't fight infections, and we couldn't get rid of our own waste products.aubrey mae's answer :
It depends on what kind of control you are talking about. Blood vessel walls keep the blood traveling in the right path. Valves in the heart and veins keep it moving in the …right direction in each vessel. The spleen and kidneys filter and remove impurities and waste products. The intestines add nutrients to be carried to the various body cells. The lungs add oxygen to be carried to the various body cells.
Answer In the bone marrow. Usually the thigh bones, and hips and sternum Answer in the bone marrow
The adult human has 5 litres of blood.
The outermost layer of your skin (epidermis) is part of flat epithelial tissues called stratified squamous epithelium. This part is flat and is covered with cuticles to make y…our skin waterproof. These cells are dead so they don't require any blood to be given to them. The layer beneath them (dermis) has many capillaries and blood vessels.
About 6 quarts
A ratio, by definition, compares two quantities. You might ask what is the ratio of blood to lymph, or what is the ratio of blood to total body weight, or any number of other …comparisons. But if you just as what is the ratio of blood, that is a meaningless question.
The heart pumps the blood around the body
Blood is purified when it enters a nephron through the artiole, impurities are filtered out and emptied into the collecting duct. The purified blood exits the nephron through …the venule. Hope it helps ;)