5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Antigens (agglutinogens)
- Plasma: Proteins
- Red blood cells functions
- White blood cells functions
- a Transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide
- b 1. Decreased blood oxygen causes kidneys and liver to release erythropoietin ---> stimulates bone marrow & says make more RBCs (negative feedback loop)
2. Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron necessary - lack of could cause anemia
2. kidneys are primary control. how many RBCs there are & they ultimately release erythropoietin. Kidneys measure O2 content
- c 1. Molecule that stimulates cells to produce antibodies
2. on the cell - determine what blood type you are
Note: antigens is what on test, not agglutinogens
- d Proteins:
1. Albumins: viscosity, osmotic pressure, buffer, transports fatty acids, free bilirubin, thyroid hormones
2. Globulins: transports lipids, carbohydrates, hormones, ions, antibodies, and complement
3. Fibrinogen: blood clotting
4. Most plasma proteins synthesized by liver
5. Gamma globulins synthesized by plasma cells (B cells)
- e Protect body against microorganisms and remove dead cells and debris, infection. Can level the blood vessels. work like an ameoba.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Type O
Neither antigen A nor antigen B on RBC
Both anti-A and anti-B antibodies in serum
- keeps blood from clotting in area of infection
- 1. Percent of blood (volume) that is RBCs - by centrifruge
2. Indicates problem but not what problem is
3. Normal 38-45%
- 1. lack RBCs
2. too much water
- attraction (chemical) to and movement toward foreign materials or damaged cells. Accumulation of dead white cells and bacteria is pus.
5 True/False questions
White Blood Cells: Diapedesis → attraction (chemical) to and movement toward foreign materials or damaged cells. Accumulation of dead white cells and bacteria is pus.
reason for high hematocrit → 1. too many RBCs
Plasma: Liquid part of blood → Liquid part of blood.
1. Colloid: liquid containing suspended substances that don't settle out of solution
2. 91% water. Remainder proteins, ions, nutrients, waste products, gases, regulatory substances
Neutrophils → 1. die quickly, release chemicals to kill bacteria but you kill them too. they die to protect you.
2. AKA: polymorphonuclear leukocytes or PMNs
3. Highly mobile and very active PHAGOCYTIC cells
5. Secrete lysozyme.
6. Last 1-2 days.
7. Account for 60-70% of the WBC.
Plasma: Nutrients → glucose, amino acids, triglycerides, cholesterol, vitamins