What's the difference between the left and right ventricular systole? How does coagulation...

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What's the difference between the left and right ventricular systole? How does coagulation differs from agglutination?

Coagulation and agglutination :

"Coagulation" is a process where blood is transform from the a liquid to a gel and formed a blood clot. It is also called as "clotting" and "agglutination" means the clumping together of cells. It is used in blood grouping.

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1)Difference between Left ventricular systole and Right ventricular systole:-

In case of left ventricular systole blood flows through aorta and...

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