Lecture exam pt 3
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Each hemoglobin moleculecan transfer ___ O2
_______ When oxygen is bout to a hemoglobin molecule
____-Blood cell formation
occurs in ___ bone marrow of ___ skeleton, girdles and proximal
Hemocytoblasts give rise to all _____ ____
Too few RBCs leads to ___ ___
Too many RBCs increases blood ____. (Too sticky and can't flow through the veins)
Erythropoieten is realease by the ____ in response to ____. It promotes and speeds up the production of RBCs.
Testosterone increases _____
Life span of Erythrocytes
Leukocytes can leave capillaries via ____
They move through tissue spaces by ____ motion and positive ____.
WBCs are classified by granules:
______ & _______
GRANULOCYTES AND AGRANULOCYTES
They are ____ in size and ___ lived than RBCs.
They have a ___ nuclei and are _____
They lack visible ______ granules
Neutrophils are the most ____ and numerous of all ____.
They are very phagocytic and known as ____ ____
- BACTERIAL SLAYERS
Basophils are the ___ common ____.
They contain ______ and are functionally similar to ___ cells
Lymphocytes are mostly in ____ tissue and very ___ circulate in the blood.
They are crucial to ___
2 Types of Lymphocytes are _ cells and _ cells.
T & B
T-cells act against ___ infected cells and ___ cells
B-cells give rise to ____ cells which produce ____
Monocytes are the ___ of leukocytes.
They are __ shaped and are actively ____ cells
All leukocytes originate from _______
Platelets are small fragments of _______
They help in blood _____
Formation is regulated by _____
Hemeostasis (blood clotting)
Vascular ___-> _____ plug formation-> ____
In coagulation, prothrombin is converted into _____
Thrombocytopenia is a deficient # of circulating _____
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