Blood Lab

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Luimi
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Blood Lab
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2014-01-29 21:04:08
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Name the blood cell(s)/process/etc. described
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  1. 3-8% of circulating white blood cells
    Monocytes
  2. Another name for white blood cells
    Leukocytes
  3. Substance in red blood cells that carries respiratory gases
    Hemoglobin
  4. A function of macrophage and neutrophils
    Phagocytosis
  5. 50-70% of circulating white blood cells
    Neutophils
  6. 2-4% of circulating white blood cells
    Eosinophils
  7. Clumps of this are seen in the nucleus of a lympocyte
    Chromatin
  8. Larger of the 2 blood cells that lack a nucleus
    Erythrocytes 
  9. Has relatively large cytoplasmic granules that stain red
    Eosinophils
  10. Nucleus looks foamy and spongy
    Monocytes
  11. 0.5-1% of circulating white blood cells
    Basophils
  12. Usual shape of nuclei of basophils and eosinophils
    Usually bilobed 
  13. 25-45% of circulating white blood cells
    Lymphocytes
  14. Has relatively large cytoplasmic granules that stain blue-black
    Basophils
  15. Another name for red blood cells
    Erythrocytes
  16. Process of blood cell formation (RBC's, WBC's, and platelets)
    Hematopoiesis
  17. Process of red blood cell formation
    Erythropoiesis
  18. Basophilic dye that stains blue-black
    Methylene blue
  19. Where blood cell formation takes place
    Red bone marrow
  20. Another name for blood platelets
    Thrombocytes
  21. Are nuclei of white blood cells acidophilic or basophilic?
    Basophilic
  22. Has large round nucleus that almost fills cell
    Lymphocytes
  23. Nucleus can be banded or segmented
    Neutrophils
  24. Functions in hemostasis (stoppage of blood)
    Thrombocytes
  25. A monocyte that goes into the tissues
    Macrophage
  26. Acidophilic dye that stains red
    Eosin
  27. Generally the least plentiful type of white blood cells
    Basophils
  28. Smaller of the 2 blood cells that lack a nucleus
    Thrombocytes
  29. Is involved in immune reactions like antibody formation
    Lymphocytes
  30. Eosinophils evolved to protect against these
    Parasitic worms
  31. Generally the largest type of white blood cell
    Monocytes
  32. Releases chemicals that help cause inflammation
    Basophils
  33. Because of the shape of their nuclei, neutrophils have this name
    Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes
  34. Because of their function, neutrophils have this nickname
    Microphages
  35. Has relatively small granules in cytoplasm that are visible with the compound microscope
    Neutrophils
  36. Most plentiful blood cell
    Erythrocytes
  37. Generally the most plentiful type of white blood cells
    Neutrophils
  38. Release chemicals that help stop inflammation
    Eosinophils
  39. Has cytoplasmic granules that are both acidophilic and basophilic
    Neutrophils

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