Answer: As you have said, it is mostly water, about 95%. Apart from this it is mostly solutes in the water, predominantly urea, uric acid, creatine, and sodium chloride. Urea and uric acid should be the next two in order from water, but all are in relatively small amounts.
Answer: Adipose tissue is also called fat tissue. It is found under theskin, around organs such as the eyes and kidneys, on the surface ofthe heart, around certain joints, and in some abdominal members asan "apron" over the abdominal organs. Your skin has three layers.Epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis. Adipose tissue is in thehypodermis.
Answer: None, there are no cells in Tissue fluid (interstitial fluid) although it does consist of solvent containing amino acids, sugars, fatty acids, coenzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, salts, as well as waste products from the cells!
Answer: These are called adipose tissues and there are two types, the brownadipose and white adipose. Both are abundant in newborns and alsoin animals that hibernate. Their primary function is to generateheat in the body.
Answer: Atherosclerosis (ather = porridge (sticky fat) + scler = hard + osis = condition of) is also known as arteriosclerotic vascular disease (ASVD). It is a condition where an artery wall thickens because of fatty plaque which is made up of cholestrol and triglyceride. It is promoted by low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in the diet. Clinically, it is seen most often in men over the age of 45. According to United States data for the year 2004, for about 66% of men and 47% of women, the first symptom of ASVD is a heart attack.