what are really lymph?

Asked by kriscisf | 16th Nov, 2008, 11:33: PM

Expert Answer:

Lymph is a circulatory fuid like blood. It runs in the lymph capillaries. It is colourless and contains most of the ingredients similar to blood. It does not contain RBC. Lymph mainly contains WBCs and plays an important role in fighting infections. It also contains most of the protiens present in blood. Lymph finally joins into the blood capillaries.

Answered by  | 17th Nov, 2008, 06:39: PM

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