What body part makes blood cells?
But sometimes under some pathology spleen and liver also resume the process of hematopoisis (blood cell production) this is known as Extramedullary (beyond bone marrow) hematopoisis.
Blood is made up of four main parts. These are: Red blood cells. These are nuclei-less cells packed full of haemoglobin to carry oxygen around the body. White blood cells. These are the immune system of the body, and protect the body from any invading pathogens. Platelets. These are the cells that form scabs and clots when you get cut. Plasma. This is the liquid part of the blood, and makes up around 60% of…
yes,plasma makes up a little more than half of the blood. Your blood has several different parts. Each part has a different job. The biggest part of your blood is a straw-colored liquid which is plasma. The cells in your body depend on the blood's plasma to carry food from the digestive system to your cells. Plasma also carries away waste from the cells.
1. Both red blood cells and white blood cells are found in blood. 2. Both red blood cells and white blood cells can be carried by blood from one part to other part of our body. 3.The red blood cells and the White Blood Cells can are found in the circulatory system. 4.It both have cell membrane and cytoplasm.