Plasmas are conductive assemblies of charged particles, neutrals and fields that exhibit collective effects. Further, plasmas carry electrical currents and generate magnetic fields. Plasmas are the most common form of matter, comprising more than 99% of the visible universe, and permeate the solar system, interstellar and intergalactic environments.
Plasma is the yellow liquid constituent of blood in which the blood cells in whole blood are usually suspended. It makes up about 56% of the total blood volume and it is the intravascular fluid fraction of extracellular fluid.