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Anatomy Ch. 10 Test
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plasma and formed elements
What are the two components of blood?
oxygen and carbon dioxide
What two gases does blood carry?
How many layers does blood have when it's centrifuged?
What color is blood in the body?
What part of the blood is non-living?
red blood cells
What are erythrocytes?
white blood cells
what are leukocytes?
How many types of leukocytes are there?
granulocytes and agranulocytes
What are the two types of leukocytes?
what is the function of platelets?
What process drives the movement of gases in the lungs?
What is the protein that holds oxygen in the red blood cells?
neutrophils and monocytes
Which white blood cells are phagocytic?
Which white blood cell works with the lymphatic system?
What gas leaves the blood stream in the lungs?
Are I^A and I^B dominant or recessive?
Is the dominant or recessive allele written first?
What percent of the blood is plasma?
What percent of blood is formed elements?
vascular spasm, platelet plug formation, coagulation
What are the 3 phases of hemostasis?
What is the process of blood clotting called?
3 to 6 minutes
How long does it take for blood to clot?
What part of the blood is referred to as the matrix of blood?
What is the layer of white blood cells and platelets that forms between cells and plasma?
What is a device that separates substances by spinning them at high speed?
What blood cell contains a nucleus?
Erythrocytes (red blood cells)
What is the most abundant formed element?
Neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils are all what?
What granulocyte produces histamine?
Which white blood cell transforms into macrophages?
What's another name for blood cell formation?
What is the formation of a clot called?
What is another name for the clumping of blood?
What are lymphocytes and monocytes?
What is the name of the protein that, when introduced in the blood, triggers the production of an antibody?
What substance destroys or inactivates an antigen that has entered the body?
Which blood type contains A antigens only?
Which blood type is the universal recipient?
Which blood type is the universal donor?
What is the name of the iron-containing protein in red blood cells that reversibly binds oxygen?
What is it called when blood is transferred from one person to another?
Which blood type can receive from Type B and Type O?
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