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  1. The left atrioventricular aperture in man is guarded by
  2. The erythrocytes of mammals are non nucleated except in
  3. Mammalian erythrocytes in blood are
  4. The vein which carries oxygenated blood is
  5. The largest blood corpuscle is
  6. William Harvey is known for the discovery of
  7. Universal recipient is the person with the blood group
  8. Corneal grafts are generally not rejected by the recipient because cornea is
  9. The life of erythrocytes in mammalian blood is about
  10. An excess of tissue fluid in the extracellular space is called
  11. Pulmonary artery carries blood from
  12. The least concentration of urea in mammals is carried in blood of
  13. The normal diastolic pressure in an adult human being ranges between
  14. Pacemaker of the heart is
  15. The chamber of the mammalian heart from which deoxygenated blood is sent for oxygenation is
  16. Clotting of blood oozing out of a wound, involves
  17. The instrument used to measure the blood pressure is
  18. If blood cells from blood are elminated, the liquid left is
  19. Universal donor is the person with the blood group
  20. RBCs placed in a hypertonic solution
  21. The larger lymphatic organ in the body is
  22. Carotid artery carries
  23. Blood has no role in the transport of O^2 in
  24. Urea is transported by
  25. Blood leaving the liver and moving to the heart has usually high concentration of
  26. A condition characterised by an increase in the number of erythrocytes in the circulation is
  27. The nerve like modified muscle in the right auricle is called
  28. The process of blood cells formation is called
  29. The diameter of capillaries for the RBCs to pass is
  30. A person with blood group 'C required blood transfusion. Blood of which group can be given to him?