A Level Biology Revision Lesson 136: Tissue Fluid Formation

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AQA A Level Biology Specification Reference: - The structure of capillaries and the importance of capillary beds as exchange surfaces. The formation of tissue fluid and its return to the circulatory system. 

 

CIE A Level Biology Specification Reference: - 8.1 The circulatory system The mammalian circulatory system consists of a pump, many blood vessels and blood, which is a suspension of red blood cells and white blood cells in plasma. state and explain the differences between blood, tissue fluid and lymph. 14.1 Homeostasis in mammals: Cells function most efficiently if they are kept in near constant conditions. Cells in multicellular animals are surrounded by tissue fluid.

Edexcel A Level Biology (Biology A – Salters-Nuffield) Specification Reference: - N/A

 

Edexcel A Level Biology (Biology B) Specification Reference: - Topic 4: Exchange and Transport: 4.4 Circulation: vii Know the function of blood as transport, defence, and formation of lymph and tissue fluid.

 

OCR A Level Biology (Biology A) Specification Reference: - 3.1.2 Transport in animals: Learners should be able to demonstrate and apply their knowledge and understanding of: - (d) the formation of tissue fluid from plasma. To include reference to hydrostatic pressure, oncotic pressure and an explanation of the differences in the composition of blood, tissue fluid and lymph.

 

OCR A Level Biology (Biology B) Specification Reference: - 2.2.2 Transport systems in mammals: Learners should be able to demonstrate and apply their knowledge and understanding of: - (c) the formation of tissue fluid from plasma. To include reference to hydrostatic pressure, oncotic pressure and an explanation of the differences in the composition of blood, tissue fluid and lymph.

 

WJEC A Level Biology Specification Reference: -Requirements for Life: 2 Adaptations for transport. (h) the formation of tissue fluid and its importance as a link between blood and cells.

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