Plasma makes up 55% of the volume of the blood. Glucose content in blood cells is different (smaller) than the glucose content in plasma. So the average glucose content in the whole blood is different from both (lies in between).
To get an approximate plasma glucose value, multiply the whole blood value by 1.15. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_sugar
which part of the body carries glucose round the body? which part of the body carries glucose round the body? Die potato.
Blood plasma is 95% water. Other components of blood plasma include clotting factors, proteins, and glucose; blood cells are not part of the plasma.
Glucose is carried through the circulation in the blood plasma.
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Glucagon increases amount of glucose in blood by breaking down of glycogen to glucose .
i know it's higher than corresponding blood glucose concentration from 10 - 15%
Yes. Whole blood minus the blood cells leaves you with plasma, which includes all dissolved materials.
There is an interesting relationship between plasma and whole blood. Whole blood contains plasma but plasma does not contain whole blood.
No. Plasma in blood is entirely different than the plasma state of matter. Blood plasma is a water based fluid. State of matter plasma is a highly energetic (i.e. very, very hot, even millions of degrees) mass of material where the electrons have, due to the high heat, been stripped off of the mass.