A colourless liquid containing white blood corpuscles that clean the inside of your body and help to prevent infections from spreading.
The lymphatic system is filled with a colourless fluid called lymph. The lymphatic system’s primary function is to serve as a filter for microorganisms, organic waste, poisons, and other material. It transports lymphocytes, which fight off infections, throughout the body.
The functions of interstitial fluid are as follows:
i) Nutrients are transported to the cells using it.
ii) It makes it possible for cells to communicate with one another.
iii) It expels the cells of metabolic waste.