The part of blood that carries dissolved food is plasma. Plasma, the liquid part of blood, transports red blood corpuscles, platelets, heat, waste, food, white blood cells and hormones.
red blood cells carry oxygen around the body
The plasma is the medium responsible for the transport of soluble products of digestion. These nutrients include fatty acids, amino acids and glucose. But the plasma also carries red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, along with dissolved carbon dioxide and hormones.
Haemoglobin in your red blood cells carries the oxygen through your blood stream to different parts of your body. The carbon bi oxide comes dissolved in red blood cells as well as in plasma.
i think bloodYeah I think so too.
The plasma carries the minerals/ vitamins/ sugar around the body. All the things are dissolved into it.
waste cells that blood carries away from cells is not answered yet.
Alot of red blood cells and white blood cells are your blood.
Blood carries nutrients to the body's cells.
It carries away CO2 it also carries waste away from the blood cells
Red blood cells carry hemoglobin in animal's blood cells. Hemoglobin carries oxygen from the lungs to body tissues.
The Red blood cells carry oxygen to the muscles, and I believe the blood itself carries waste and substances to cells. White Blood cells fight disease.
If you had insufficient red blood cells, your body would not get the oxygen that it needs. This is because red blood cells are what carries oxygen around the body.
Hemoglobin, contained in red blood cells, carries oxygen to the body's cells via the circulatory system (circulates the blood).
Plasma is the fluid that carries blood cells.
The Red Blood Cells in the blood carry oxygen to the cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells. The plasma carries proteins, electrolytes, glucose, clotting factors and White Blood Cells.
The molecule that carries oxygen is the hemoglobin molecule. The cell that carries oxygen is the red blood cell.Blood. Red Blood cells. Or Haemoglobin in the red blood cells depending on what level you are looking at.The protein that carries oxygen in the blood is Haemoglobin(hemoglobin).
Yes, the haemoglobin is the pigment that carries oxygen and has the red colouration.
blood mainly carries oxygen and nutients (end products of digestion) to the body cells. the waste gas that blood carries away from the cell is called Carbon dioxide
Red blood cells.Red blood cells (erythrocytes): they contain hemoglobin which carries the oxygen
The bloodstream carries substances needed by the cells to the cells, and carries wastes away from the cells.
Blood carries red blood cells which carries blood around your body
It is because your arteries An artery carries blood away from the heart, to the cells of the body. But your veins the vein carries the blood back to the heart
Not sure about the blood part,but lysosomes.
Hemoglobin is the pigment in blood that carries oxygen. It is found in red blood cells.