More on Leukocytes

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Specifically "Neutrophils".

How long is a Neutrophils (Neuts) lifespan?

Answer: 6hrs- a few days.

Does neuts have granules or are the A granules?

Answer: Neuts have granules.

The nucleus of a neutrophil has several lobes or segments, what is the term for this?

Answer: Polymorphonuclear

Are neuts phagocytic?

Answer: Yes, the eat away at bacterial infections.

Neutrophils increase in number when what occurs?

Answer: An infection occurs.

What is the purpose of a Neutrophil?

Answer: To fight against bacteria.

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