What is the significance of blood in the life of the human body?

1) performs a transport function: delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and cells of the body, removal of carbon dioxide and metabolic products;
2) performs a protective function due to the activity of leukocytes and antibodies;
3) participates in the humoral regulation of the vital activity of the body.

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