Select the best answer concerning microcirculation:
A. Fluid leaves blood vessels via secondary active transport.
B. The exchange of solutes between the capillaries and tissues occurs mainly by bulk flow.
C. All of the fluid that passes from the capillaries to the tissues is returned to the blood via the lymphatic circulation.
D. The capillaries provide a significant source of vascular resistance.
E. The plasma proteins play an important role in tissue fluid exchange.
The circulation of blood in the body takes place through blood vessels where the blood filtration and oxygenation is done by the heart. The transmission medium is the blood of the body which is carried through these blood vessels.
Answer and Explanation:
The microcirculation occurs in the smallest blood vessels where the nutrients and oxygen (highly required) are provided to different tissues and...
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