The average adult human body contains about 5 litres of blood.
The average person holds about 10 pints of blood.
If someone inherits one A allele for blood type and one B allele for blood type, what will that person's blood type be?
For a person to die they have to loose 6 litres of blood.
To restore blood to a person who has lost too much
19 to 80
1 pint at a time
A blood transfusion
There are infinity blood cells in our body but if you are asking about platelets then they vary from age and person to person
A blood transfusion is a donation of blood from one person to another. There is NO possibility of a transfer of personal characteristics.
Interesting question, but your blood is constantly being circulated. the average person has 5 L of blood in the body and during each beat that blood is circulated. but if you're asking how much blood fills the heart in one beat I'm not too sure.
Men generally have about 12 pints of blood and women have about 9.
Yes there can be too much or too little plasma within a person's blood causing complications. Iron build up or an iron deficiency is one complication that can come of this.