Anatomy- Blood (Leukocytes)
The two types of leukocytes are?
basophil, eosinophil, neutrophil
The three types of granular leukocytes are?
The two types of agranular leukocytes are?
What is the most abundant WBC?
corpuscles, plasma, WBC, RBC, platelets
Blood breaks into two main groups; _____ and _____- and three subgroups _____, _____, ______
dilates, contracts, air
Histamin ______ blood vessels and ______ muscles in ___ passageways.
Which granular leukocyte has no stain?
Which granular leukocyte does have a stain?
Which granular leukocyte has a BLUE stain?
Which granular leukocyte has a multi-lobed nucleus?
Which granular leukocyte has a bi-lobed nucleus?
Which granular leukocyte has a U-shaped nucleus?
_______ is the first responder to infection.
Neutrophil engulfs ______ via _______
allergic reactions, parasitic worm infections
Eosinophil increases during ______ ________ and ________ ____ _________.
site of the injury, histamin
Basophil goes to the ____ __ ___ ______ and releases ________.
Which agranular leukocyte is the largest?
Monocyte Functions (3 altogether): Enter _____ and become even larger ________.
Monocyte Functions (3 altogether): Eat _______ via ________.
Monocyte Functions (3 altogether): ______ other WBC to ______ the body.
The two types of lymphocytes are what?
B-lymphocytes are ________ __________.
What is produced in response to foreign bodies? And where are they generally located?
destroy cells, foreign antigens
T-lymphocytes ________ _______ with _________ __________.
An __________ is found on a foreign body and stimulates the immune system to produce antibodies.
fragmented, megakaryocytes, nucleus
Platelets are made from _______ cells called __________ and have no _______.
When there is less than 50,000 platelets/cmm this is called _________.
initiate, clotting, repair, vessels
The functions of platelets are to _______ blood ________ and ________ blood __________.