What is the difference between the tissue fluid and blood plasma?

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Difference between tissue fluid and plasma
by: Dr.Sheeladevi

Blood plasma is also an extra cellular fluid similar to tissue fluid, but present in the blood vessel .

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by: Anonymous

Blood is a connective tussue composed of a liquid portion called plasma and cellular portion consisting of various cell and cell fragments. Tissue fluid is similar to blood, but it doesn’t contain most of the cells found in blood, nor does it contain plasma proteins.

The role of tissue fluid is to transport nutrients from the blood to the cells, and to carry carbon dioxide and other waste substances back to blood. Plasma contains many dissolved substances including oxygen, carbon dioxide, salts, glucose, fatty acids, amino acids, hormones and plasma proteins and otherwastes back to the blood.

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