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State the functions of blood in our body.

Answer :

The functions of blood:

(i) Transport oxygen from the lungs to different parts of the body.


(ii) Transport CO2 from the body tissues to the lungs.


(iii) Transport digested food i.e., glucose, amino acids, etc. from alimentary canal to various parts of the body for energy, growth and repair.


(iv) Transport excretory waste product called urea from the liver to the kidneys for removal as urine.


(v) Plasma regulates water balance in the body.


(vi) Regulates the body temperature.


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