a. Blood and Lymph
b. Basophils and Eosinophils
c. Tricuspid and bicuspid valve
a. Blood is a part of our circulatory system which is red due to the presence of haemoglobin whereas lymph is a part of our lymphatic system which is colourless due to
the absence of haemoglobin.
b. Basophils are bean-shaped nucleus stained with basic dye whereas the eosinophil is two-lobed nuclei which are stained with acidic dyes.
c. The tricuspid valve is formed by three flaps and it guards the opening between atrium and right ventricle whereas the bicuspid valve is formed by two flaps which it
opens between the left atrium and left ventricle.