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- Multi-lobed, Pink-Purple Granulocyte
- Cellular defense; phagocytosis of small pathogens in acute infections
- Two-lobed; Orange-Red Granulocyte
- Cellular defense; Eats Protozoa & Parasitic Worms; Anti-inflammatory for Allergic reactions
- Two-lobed; Purple Granulocytes
- Anticoagulant: Heparin; Inflammatory response: Histamine
- Smallest WBC; Scant cytoplasm
- Humoral (fluid) defense; Immune System response & regulation; Antibodies; T- attack infected or cancerous cells; B- produce antibodies.
- Largest WBC; Horseshoe Nucleus
- Migrating Macrophage: Bacteria, cellular Debris; Cancerous cells
Antigens and Antibodies in Type A
Antigens and Antibodies in Type B
Antigens and Antibodies in Type AB
Antigens and Antibodies in Type O
- Anti-A & Anti-B Antibodies
Also called a RBC
Ancestral cell of platelets
Numbers of these WBCs rise during parasitic infections
Releases a vasodilator; the least abundant WBC
Phagocyte in chronic infections
Nutrients found in plasma
- Fatty acids
- Amino acids
Salts (ions) in blood plasma
- Sodium - Na
- Potassium - K
- Calcium - Ca
- Magnesium - Mg
- Chloride - Cl
Life span of RBC and effect of anucleate character
105 to 120 days, and the fact that they are without nucleus' simply means that cannot reproduce
Abnormal increase in RBC?
Too few RBCs or RBCs with hemoglobin deficiencies?
Abnormal decrease in WBCs?
Abnormal increase in WBCs?
Blood volume of an average-sized adult?
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