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BLOOD from the Latin sanguinem Fluid circulating through the veins, arteries and capillaries of higher animals, consisting of a liquid part, plasma, and a solid part, blood cells and platelets. The function of generation or hematopoiesis is performed by the liver and spinal cord. A human being has between 4, 5 and 6 liters of blood in the body, constituting 7 to 8% of the total weight. Plasma contains water, proteins, mineral salts and vitamins that nourish the organs. The solid part is made up of white blood cells or leukocytes, red blood cells or red blood cells and platelets or thrombocytes. White blood cells, 1% of the blood, are of five types: neutrophils (granulocytes also called polymorphonuclear 60 to 70% of leukocytes), eusinophils (granulocytes that circulate about 6 to 12 hours in the blood and then go to tissues), basophils, monocytes (the largest leukocytes and 2 to 8% of leukocytes, are part of the mononuclear lymphatic system) and lymphocytes. The first 4 types of white blood cells make up the myeloid. Lymphocytes, the fifth type, make up the lymphoid. The lymphoid is, in turn, made up of T lymphocytes or thymocytes, which come from stem cells and attack infections, but are fundamental against cancer; by B lymphocytes, which also come from stem cells and generate antibodies; and by NK (Natural Killer) cells first line of defense against infections and other pathologies. Red blood cells, also called erythrocytes or red blood cells, are responsible for transporting oxygen to different tissues. Hemoglobin is its main component and they are the most abundant blood cells. The blood acquires its intense red color when hemoglobin is loaded with oxygen in the lungs which allows to distinguish the arteries. The veins, on the other hand, carry deoxygenated blood and with carbonic anhydride which makes it bluish-red dark, which is why it is graphed blue. When a person has low oxygen content they see bluish skin (cyanotic) and the pathology is called cyanosis, a name derived from hydrocyanic acid (CHN) which is deep blue). HCN is used to execute death row inmates because it blocks the possibility that red blood cells can acquire oxygen, causing suffocation in a matter of seconds. Platelets or thrombocytes, named for their flattened shape, have the function of clotting blood when cuts or wounds occur. The pathology resulting from non-coagulation in these circumstances is hereditary and is called hemophilia. Leukemia is cancer of blood tissues, including the bone marrow< que impide el combate contra las infecciones . Hoy en día es un cáncer curable . Agrupa muchos tipos , como la leucemia linfoblástica aguda , la leucemia mieloide aguda y la leucemia linfocítica crónica . 2 . Linaje : caballo fina sangre . Parte de la realeza : las familias europeas de sangre azul frecuentemente padecen de hemofilia . 3 . Temperamento : es de sangre ardiente . 4 . Asesinato : corrió mucha sangre . 5 . Animal : carro de sangre ( tirado por caballos o mulas ) . 6 . Forma verbal de tercera persona sing . del verbo sangrar : déjalo que sangre . que="" impide="" el="" combate="" contra="" las="" infecciones="" .="" hoy="" en="" día="" es="" un="" cáncer="" curable="" .="" agrupa="" muchos="" tipos="" ,="" como="" la="" leucemia="" linfoblástica="" aguda="" ,="" la="" leucemia="" mieloide="" aguda="" y="" la="" leucemia="" linfocítica="" crónica="" .="" 2="" .="" linaje="" :="" caballo="" fina="" sangre="" .="" parte="" de="" la="" realeza="" :="" las="" familias="" europeas="" de="" sangre="" azul="" frecuentemente="" padecen="" de="" hemofilia="" .="" 3="" .="" temperamento="" :="" es="" de="" sangre="" ardiente="" .="" 4="" .="" asesinato="" :="" corrió="" mucha="" sangre="" .="" 5="" .="" animal="" :="" carro="" de="" sangre="" (="" tirado="" por="" caballos="" o="" mulas="" )="" .="" 6="" .="" forma="" verbal="" de="" tercera="" persona="" sing="" .="" del="" verbo="" sangrar="" :="" déjalo="" que="" sangre="" .="">

  



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BLOOD from the Latin sanguinem Fluid circulating through the veins, arteries and capillaries of animals, consisting of a liquid part, plasma and a solid part, blood cells and platelets. . Plasma contains water, proteins, mineral salts and vitamins that nourish the organs. The solid part is made up of white blood cells or leukocytes, red blood cells or red blood cells and platelets or thrombocytes. White blood cells, 1% of the blood, are of five types: neutrophils (granulocytes also called polymorphonuclear 60 to 70% of leukocytes), eusinophils (granulocytes that circulate about 6 to 12 hours in the blood and then go to tissues), basophils, monocytes (the largest leukocytes and 2 to 8% of leukocytes, are part of the mononuclear lymphatic system) and lymphocytes. The first 4 types of white blood cells make up the myeloid. Lymphocytes, the fifth type, make up the lymphoid. The lymphoid is, in turn, made up of T lymphocytes or thymocytes, which come from stem cells and attack infections, but are fundamental against cancer; by B lymphocytes, which also come from stem cells and generate antibodies; and by NK (Natural Killer) cells first line of defense against infections and other pathologies. Red blood cells, also called erythrocytes or red blood cells are responsible for transporting oxygen to different tissues. Hemoglobin is its main component and they are the most abundant blood cells. The blood acquires its intense red color when hemoglobin is loaded with oxygen in the lungs which allows to distinguish the arteries. The veins, on the other hand, carry deoxygenated blood and with carbonic anhydride which makes it bluish-red dark, which is why it is graphed blue. When a person has low oxygen content they see bluish skin (cyanotic) and the pathology is called cyanosis, a name derived from hydrocyanic acid (CHN) which is deep blue). HCN is used to execute death row inmates because it blocks the possibility that red blood cells can acquire oxygen, causing suffocation in a matter of seconds. Platelets or thrombocytes, named for their flattened shape, have the function of clotting blood when cuts or wounds occur. The pathology resulting from non-coagulation in these circumstances is hereditary and is called hemophilia

  

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BLOOD Fluid circulating through the veins and arteries of animals, consisting of a liquid part, plasma and a solid part. Plasma contains water, proteins, mineral salts and vitamins that nourish the organs. The solid part is made up of white blood cells or leukocytes, red blood cells or red blood cells and platelets. White blood cells, 1% of the blood, are of five types: neutrophils (granulocytes also called polymorphonuclear 60 to 70% of leukocytes), eusinophils (granulocytes that circulate about 6 to 12 hours in the blood and then go to tissues), basophils, monocytes (the largest leukocytes and 2 to 8% of leukocytes, are part of the mononuclear fanatical system) and lymphocytes. The first 4 types make up the myeloid. Lymphocytes the lymphoid. The lymphoid is, in turn, made up of T lymphocytes or thymocytes, which come from stem cells and attack infections, but are fundamental against cancer; by B lymphocytes, which also come from stem cells and generate antibodies; and by NK (Natural Killer) cells first line of defense against infections and other pathologies. Red blood cells, also called pieces or red blood cells, are responsible for transporting oxygen to different tissues. Hemoglobin is its main component and they are the most abundant blood cells. Platelets have the function of clotting the blood when cuts or wounds occur.

  

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Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Red liquid circulating through our veins. Liquid pumped by the heart that carries oxygen to all parts of the body. It can also mean race, lineage, family.

  

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1o_ Liquid that is part of the circulatory system of superior animals that transports oxygen and nutrients to the body, in addition to hormones and defense cells, also removes waste. From Latin sanguis, inis with the same meaning. 2o_ It is said of the lineage, of the characteristics inherited from the family. 3o_ Second (as 'you' ) and third (as 'he/she' ) people in singular present of the subjunctive mode, and second (as 'you' ) and third (as 'he/she' ) people in singular imperative for the verb to bleed. See verbs/blood .

  

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Anónimo

BLOOD: Condition or character of a person.

  

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V.M. Hjor Ku Xoans

Blood: fluid flowing through a body of the animal Kingdom, as a synthesis of the process of the transubstantiation of food nutrients. Mutant vehicle of inheritance, who after nurturing the bodies of a system, migrate through the veins in search of oxygen before flowing to other indeterminate system through the arteries. Body of knowledge which, as a philosophical thesis, are transmitted to a posterity. -Christ: allusion to the Semitic innate wisdom in Aryan Hebrew, represented by the blood of a Virgin lamb, during the Era of Aries. Biblically, the liturgical wine which is distributed among the neophytes of a camera is minor and pure water, which is drunk instead of wine in the ceremonies of upper Chamber, the members of one larger congregation, and representing the meaning of the knowledge of good and bad in the wedding at Cana or the last supper, St. Luke 22: 10-11.

  










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