Lab 8 Blood

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Lab 8 Blood
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  1. Seven Functions of the Blood
    • transport gasses
    • distribute nutrients
    • transport metabolic hormones thorughout the body
    • maintaining pH and electrolyte composition
    • Preventing fluid loss
    • Carrying toxins produed by infection
  2. Blood is what type of tissue
    Connective
  3. Two main divisions of blood
    Plasma and formed elements
  4. Three subdivisions of plasma
    Albumins and Globulins and clotting proteins
  5. Albumins fucntion and origin
    produced by liver to maintain plama osmotic pressure
  6. Globulins 2 divisions
    transport globulins and immunoglobulins
  7. function of transport globulins
    produced in liver, bind to less solutble molecules to transport them.
  8. immunoglobulins
    antibodies involved in humoral or b-cell mediated response.
  9. 3 types of Formed Elements
    Erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets
  10. Elisa stands for
    Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay
  11. Elisa was used to.
    detect fibrin using antifibrin antibodies
  12. Types of leukocytic disorders
    granulocytic leukemia, lympocytic leukemia, Infectious mononucleosis
  13. Types of anemia
    iron deficiency anemia, sickle cell anema, polycythemia and pernicious anemia
  14. infectious mononucleosis is caused by
    the epstien barr virus tht results in an overproduction of agranulocytic leukocytes
  15. What was used to wash the wells
    Tween20
  16. Erythroblastosis Fetalis
    hemolysis of fetal erythrocytes caused by an immune response by the Mother's RH- blood.

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