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Compared to blood our Lymph has

  • no plasma

  • plasma without proteins

  • more WBCs and no RBCs

  • more RBCs and less WBCs

Answer

C.

more WBCs and no RBCs

Lymph can be defined as blood minus RBCs. Lymph is a clear colourless fluid, similar to plasma but with less protein. It is a mobile connective tissue like blood and is formed by the filtration of blood. Microscopic examination of lymph depicts that it contains a large number of leucocytes (mostly lymphocytes), ranging from 500 to 75000 per cubic mm. No blood platelets present.

Lymph can be defined as blood minus RBCs. Lymph is a clear colourless fluid, similar to plasma but with less protein. It is a mobile connective tissue like blood and is formed by the filtration of blood. Microscopic examination of lymph depicts that it contains a large number of leucocytes (mostly lymphocytes), ranging from 500 to 75000 per cubic mm. No blood platelets present.