What remains in the blood if shaped elements are removed from it?

As you know, blood is a liquid form of connective tissue that travels through the body of the body, carrying nutrients along the vessels to each organ and adjacent tissues, and also collects hydrocarbon and removes it through the lungs. Blood consists of a liquid called “plasma” and blood corpuscles – erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets (in old sources they were called platelets). Based on the definition, if you remove the FEK, then only liquid remains – plasma.

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