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Unformatted text preview: WBC are able to pass through capillary walls Chief function is to fight infection Pus = dead WBCs Larger than RBCs and have a nucleus Move using pseudopodia Plasma 55% Water (90% of plasma) Proteins Salts Substances being transported (oxygen, co2, nutrients, wastes, hormomes) Cellular elements (45%) RBC Lymph Carried in special veins 1/2 Contains WBCs Eventually becomes part of plasma 2/2...
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- Spring '08