Positively charged Fats, proteins platelets and toxins in the blood get in between negatively charged red blood cells, causing the red blood cells to stick together.
The benefit of blood in bags is that when a serious accident occurs and we need to give blood to the patient, after verifying what blood group he/she belongs to we can donate them blood.
No, carnivorous plants do not have blood.
Plants have sap - not blood.
it does affect the blood vessels causing the blood vessels to build up with plaque causing hypertension (high blood pressure)
Plants do not have blood so they do not produce blood cells.
Mutualism- *Humans and Plants (We breathe out carbon dioxide then the plants absorb it then release oxygen.... etc.) Humans and plants both benefit from this relationship Commensalism- *Killdeer Birds and Cape Buffalo (the Killdeer Bird lies down on the buffalo and the buffalo protects the Bird. But the bird DOES NOT harm the buffalo.) Birds benefit, but Cape Buffalo is not affected. Parasitism- *Ticks and Humans (The ticks suck the blood and is therefore benefited, but does not benefit the human, but harms them instead.) The ticks benefit, but humans are harmed.
It would mean that what ever is causing the blood to drip, is moving slowly. Try it out with water, you'll see what i mean.
The relationship between humans and mosquitoes could be considered an example of communalism. The mosquito consumes the human's blood for its own benefit while inconveniencing and causing harm to the human.
They don't have blood!
White Blood Cells
Type O blood is considered the universal blood donation type. Someone with type O blood can donate their blood to anyone of any blood type. So yes, your mother could definitely benefit from your blood if you were to donate it to her.
White blood cells engulfing and destroying disease-causing bacteria is an example of immunity.
keeps blood moving through the heart and vessels
consumers. produces are living things such as plants. plants dont have blood.
It makes it healthier
No it can not help the boxer.
I'm not really sure about this but i don't think that blood has all the nutrients that plants need so I'm going to say that blood is NOT a good fertilizer for plants
The white blood cells
Heart attack Blood clot to the heart your heart will run in overdrive and your arteries will clog up causing a blood clot causing death.
The heart has 2 tubes from it, one for the the first beat causing the blood o circulate out, and the other to come back. Causing the blood to go were it needs to.
Plants do not have a bloodstream, or blood for that matter.
The patient benefits from blood salvage by the elimination of the risk of blood-transmitted virus or blood transfusion reactions.