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What body system are platelets in?

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Circulatory system. Veins and arteries

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Thrombocytes (Platelets) are fragments of Megakaryocytes that have broken off and entered the blood stream.


It is found it the blood vessels so it should be the circulatory system.


platelets part of immune system


Platelets help the body to protect wounds by creating a scab


Platelets are formed in the bone marrow.


it depends on how many platelets you have in your body.


The main function of platelets in the human body is to prevent bleeding. A human has an average of 150,000 to 350,000 platelets in each microliter of blood.


Platelets help the body to clot blood.Platelets help the body to clot blood


platelets are carried in our body system in the blood along with Red blood cells, white blood cells and plasma, these platelets are very important for body, if you sustain a cut on yourself these platelets will cause the blood to make a clot. This is where you have scabs where the blood has clotted to stop blood escaping from the body. This is important now that if you have a small amount of platelets you can be diagnosed with an illness called haemophilia this is when you blood doesn't clot. So if you cut your self you will be sent to hospital to have platelets injected to cause the bleeding to stop as you will continuely bleed.


Platelets are not directly involved in the immune system response to infion. Unlike white blood cells, platelets are responsible for blood clotting and would serve to prevent further entry by more bacteria.


An animal has platelets because when they get a wound the platelets rush to the area and they release fibres that stop the blood from escaping the body.


there are about 8000 platellets in our body


The platelets count of the sick person was very low. It means the count of protective cells in the body.


Platelets help defend the body from bacterial pathogens. By keeping infection out, they are able to help us stay healthy.


There are many millions of platelets in the human body, but the number varies with a person's size and blood volume


Because the circulatory system is responsible to transporting anything that needs to be transported such as oxygen, hormones, white blood cells, platelets etc.


The lymph system is separate from the blood system, therefore, it has no blood cells or platelets in it.


platelets help clot your blood if you get a cut. so when you get a scab platelets were what caused your cut to stop bleeding, forming a scab! :D


Platelets help clot your blood if you get a cut, so when you get a scab platelets were what caused your cut to stop bleeding, forming a scab.


it can inhibit the release of platelets in your body...but im not sure if you could or not donate


If your talking about blood platelets, they rush to an area of you body that is injured to begin the clotting process.



W.B.C =W.B.C ARE A PART OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND HELP THE BODY FIGHT INFECTION. IT INVOLVED IN DEFENDING THE BODY AGAINST BOTH CELLS OF THE INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND FOREIGN MATERIALS. PLATELETS=PLATELETS ARE SMALLIRREGULARLY SHAPED CLEAR CELL FRAGMENTS.WHICH ARE DERIVED FROM FRAGMENTATION OF PRECURSOR MEGAKARYOCYTES PLATELETS ARE A NATURAL SOURCE OF GROWTH FACTORS.THEY CIRCULATE IN THE blood of mammals are involved in hemostasis,leading to the formation of blood clots....


The job of platelets are to clot our blood when we cut ourselves so that we don't bleed to death.


smallest cell in women body is the platelets...



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