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What value is there to a change in the percentage of white blood cells to diagnostic medicine?
What is the name of a surface membrane molecule on a blood cell that causes an immune reaction?
A person has antibody A and antibody B in his or her blood with no Rh antibody. What blood type does this person have?
When blood is lost faster than it is replaced or when the production of red blood cells is low
What does the biconcave shape of red blood cells do for its function?
Increases area surface and provides for greater oxygen-carrying capabilities
What white blood cells are categorized as being granular leukocytes?
Neutrophils, Eosinophils &Basophils
Describe the general features of lymphocytes.
Blue cytoplasm, frequently forming a halo around nucleus
Describe the general features of Monocytes.
Large cell with kidney shaped or horseshoe-shaped nucleus
What occurs in antibody-meditated immunity?
Plasma cells secrete antibodies that travel in the fluid portion of the blood
What occurs in cell-meditated immunity?
The cells themselves move close to and destroy some types of bacteria or virus-infected cells
(packed cell volume); the percentage of red blood cells (or blood cells in general) in the total blood volume
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