Answer: When blood clotting is activated, fibrinogen (a protein of the blood plasma) circulating in the blood is converted to fibrin, which in turn helps to form a stable blood clot at the site of vascular disruption.
Answer: The types of soil forms determine the type of vegetation of that place. Formation of soil is related to the erosion of rocks in to small particles. These particles are further enriched by organic and microbial forms. Thus soil is a living system in itself. Depending up on texture, color, porosity etc. different types of soils are categorized.
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they stop bleeding by turning fibrinogen protein with Ca into fibrin which becomes fibrin polymar . this works as a filter . it is attached to the ruptured vessel wall . the cell and other substances get trapped into it . in this way it helps in stops bleeding .
Answer: A clot that has dislodged into the vascular system is called an embolism. When you fracture a long bone you run the risk of fat from the bone marrow becoming dislodged into your blood vessels and forming a fat embolism.
It is rather a cerebral thrombosis or cerebral stroke. Aneurysm is a delated vessel, more precisely, a part of the blood vessel, where the wall is weaker, delates, or "bulges". That could happen in the brain as well (cerebral aneurysm). It the delated part of the vessel (the aneurysm) ruptures, that will cause a cerebral stroke.