. The fluid part of blood after removal of corpuscles is


A: Plasma

B: Lymph

C: Serum

D: Vaccine

 

Best Answer

Explanation

Lymph is a clear to whitish liquid that contains white blood cells, particularly lymphocytes. 

The serum is blood plasma that lacks blood cells (such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets) as well as blood clotting proteins such as fibrinogen.

The vaccine gives the individual active acquired immunity. It comprises bacteria that have been weakened or destroyed, as well as a toxin or one of its surface proteins. 

Plasma is a pale yellow fluid that remains in the blood after red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets have been eliminated.

Final Answer

The correct option is option A) Plasma

 

 

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