Home > Preview
The flashcards below were created by user
on FreezingBlue Flashcards.
Blood cell formation that occurs in the red bone marrow
Precentage of erythrocytes that normaly constitute about 45% ot the total volume of the blood
- Early erythroblast (ribosome synthesis)
- Late erythroblast (hemoglobin accumulation)
- Normoblast (ejection of nucleus)
A process when WBCs are able to slip out of the capillary blood vessels
Leukocytes form flowing cytoplasmic extensions that move them along.
Chemical trail of molecules released by damage cells or other leukocytes
- Neutrophils: 3-7x103 microL(mm3)---50-70%. PMNs-polymorphonuclear
- Eosinophils: 100-400 microL(mm3)---2-4%
- Basophils: 20-50 microL(mm3)---0.5-1%
- Lymphocytes: 1.5-3x103 microL(mm3)---25%
- Monocytes: 100-700 microL(mm3)--3-8%
Oxygen is actively metabolized to produce potent germ-killer oxidizing substances such as bleach and hydrogen peroxide, and defensin-mediated lysis occurs.
Cytoplasmic fragments of large cell megakaryocyte
Stoppage of bleeding
- 1.Vascular spasm
- 2.Platelet plug formation
What would you like to do?
Home > Flashcards > Print Preview