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Anatomy: White Blood Cells
neutrophils
eosinophils
basophils
monocytes
Most common leukocytes... 4-5 lobes nucleus... Granulocyte (has gra…
granulocyte-red granules... Bi lobed nucleus... Functions by using…
granulocyte,... 12 hour lifespain,... 2 nucleus lobes,... release hepa…
Largest... Bi loved and often kidney shaped... Agranolocytes ... Funct…
neutrophils
Most common leukocytes... 4-5 lobes nucleus... Granulocyte (has gra…
eosinophils
granulocyte-red granules... Bi lobed nucleus... Functions by using…
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Anatomy: White Blood Cells
Neutrophils
Eosinophils
Basophils
Lymphocytes
Granulocytes; Phagocytosis
Granulocytes; Inflammatory responses, parasitic infection, al…
Granulocytes; Inflammatory responses, release of heparin
Agranulocytes; Immunity
Neutrophils
Granulocytes; Phagocytosis
Eosinophils
Granulocytes; Inflammatory responses, parasitic infection, al…
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White Blood cells Anatomy
description of a neutrophil?
percentage of neutrophils?
Function of a neutrophil?
description of an Eosinophil
-nucleus with 2-5 lobes... -granulocyte
54-62%
Phagocytizes small particles
-bilobed nucleus... -agranulocytes
description of a neutrophil?
-nucleus with 2-5 lobes... -granulocyte
percentage of neutrophils?
54-62%
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Anatomy & Physiology: White Blood Cells and Plasma Proteins
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Thrombocyte
Neutrophil
25-33%
3-9%
54-62%
Lymphocyte
25-33%
Monocyte
3-9%
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anatomy white blood cell table
Red Blood Cell
Neutrophil
Basophil
Eosinophil
anucleate biconcave disk; contains hemoglobin; 7.5 micrometer…
2-4 lobe nucleus; granules stain light pink/reddish purple; 1…
2 indistinct lobed nucleus; granules stain blue-purple; 10-12…
bilobed nucleus; granules stain orange-red or bright red; 11-…
Red Blood Cell
anucleate biconcave disk; contains hemoglobin; 7.5 micrometer…
Neutrophil
2-4 lobe nucleus; granules stain light pink/reddish purple; 1…
Anatomy 2: white blood cells
leukocytes
how do leukocytes leave capillaries
categories of granulocytes
catagories of agranulocytes
make up <1% of total blood volume ... originate from hemocytoblast
diapedsis "leaping across" and move through tissue spaces by…
neutrophils (50%-70%)... eosinophils (2-4%)... basophils (.5-1%)
lymphocytes (25%-45%) ... monocytes(3-8%)
leukocytes
make up <1% of total blood volume ... originate from hemocytoblast
how do leukocytes leave capillaries
diapedsis "leaping across" and move through tissue spaces by…
Anatomy white blood cell functions
Neutrophil
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Eosinophil
Phagocytize bacteria and fungi
B lymphocytes humoral immunity ... T lymphocytes cellular immunity
Defense against viruses and intracellular bacteria
Destroy parasitic worms and immune complexes
Neutrophil
Phagocytize bacteria and fungi
Lymphocyte
B lymphocytes humoral immunity ... T lymphocytes cellular immunity
Anatomy- Types of White Blood Cells
basophils
eosinophils
lymphocytes
monocytes
least abundant; blue/black granules; release histamine and he…
fight parasitic worm infections; red granules in cytoplasm
nucleus fills the cell; differentiate into B and T cells; ind…
differentiate into phagocytic cells called macrophages; kidne…
basophils
least abundant; blue/black granules; release histamine and he…
eosinophils
fight parasitic worm infections; red granules in cytoplasm
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white blood cells pictures
granulocytes
agranulocytes
neutrophil
eosinophil
neutrophil, eosinophil and basophil are __
monocyte and lymphocyte are __
granulocytes
neutrophil, eosinophil and basophil are __
agranulocytes
monocyte and lymphocyte are __
Anatomy Final White Blood Cells
Basophils
Eosinophils
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Release histamine as well as heparin and serotonin at t…
Release histaminase to combat inflammatory reactions and ar…
Are also called the "soldiers in immune battles" which includ…
Also called "wandering macrophages" these WBCs are capable of…
Basophils
Release histamine as well as heparin and serotonin at t…
Eosinophils
Release histaminase to combat inflammatory reactions and ar…
ANATOMY CHPT 11 WHITE BLOOD CELLS
leukocytes
granular and agranular
neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils
an immature neutrophil
white blood cells (WBCs) are also called
the five kinds of WBCs are in two groups called
the granular WBCs are the
what is a "band" cell?
leukocytes
white blood cells (WBCs) are also called
granular and agranular
the five kinds of WBCs are in two groups called
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White Blood Cells
Neutrophils
Eosinophil
Basophils
Granulocytes
1st responders... Contain lysosomes... Largest amount of WBC... Can le…
Look red... Kill parasites with acid-filled granules... Decrease al…
Rarest WBC... Release inflammatory chemicals... -Histamine... -Heparin
Category of WBC containing Neutrophils, Eosinophils, and Baso…
Neutrophils
1st responders... Contain lysosomes... Largest amount of WBC... Can le…
Eosinophil
Look red... Kill parasites with acid-filled granules... Decrease al…
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white blood cells
neutrophil
neutrophil
lymphocyte
basophil
neutrophil
neutrophil
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white blood cells
__: after leaving bone marrow, stay in…
account for 60-70% of WBC
__: leave circulation and enter tissue…
account for 2-4% of WBC
neutrophil: after leaving bone marrow, stay in circulation 10…
neutrophil
eosinophils: leave circulation and enter tissues during infla…
eosinophils
__: after leaving bone marrow, stay in…
neutrophil: after leaving bone marrow, stay in circulation 10…
account for 60-70% of WBC
neutrophil
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White blood cells and blood
Neutrophils 50-70%
Lymphocytes 20-30%
Monocyte 4-8%
Eosinophil 2-4%
Lavender cytoplasm with light granulations, segmented nucleus…
Small nearly round cells with a relatively large spherical nu…
Large variably shaped cells with an abundant bluish cytoplasm…
Round with a bilobed nucleus. Numerous red to orange granules…
Neutrophils 50-70%
Lavender cytoplasm with light granulations, segmented nucleus…
Lymphocytes 20-30%
Small nearly round cells with a relatively large spherical nu…
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Human Anatomy Types of White Blood Cells
Neutrophils
Eosinephils
Basephilis
Menocytes
engulf particles in infection
allergic reactions
secrete anti-coagulant
macrophages
Neutrophils
engulf particles in infection
Eosinephils
allergic reactions
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MSU anatomy chp 20 White blood cells
Leukocytes shape is
where do Leukocytes fight disease
The process of WBC squeeze between End…
WBC are produced and stored in
Spherical
outside of blood stream
Diapedesis
bone marrow
Leukocytes shape is
Spherical
where do Leukocytes fight disease
outside of blood stream
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White Blood Cell
leukocytes
Neutrophils/phagocytes
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
white blood cells; immunity... 5,000 - 10,000
most numerous infection killer... granular leukocyte... increased i…
protects against infection... produces antibodies
macrophages... long term phagocytes... increases in chronic infection
leukocytes
white blood cells; immunity... 5,000 - 10,000
Neutrophils/phagocytes
most numerous infection killer... granular leukocyte... increased i…
30 terms
Blood: White Blood Cells
White Blood Cells has & does not have…
WBC functions
Where are WBCs found?
Four characteristics of circulating WBCs
-no hemoglobin... -have nuclei & other organelles
1. Defend against pathogens... 2. Remove toxins & wastes... 3. Atta…
-mostly connective tissue proper... -lymphatic system organs... -sm…
1. can migrate out of blood stream... 2. have amoeboid movement…
White Blood Cells has & does not have…
-no hemoglobin... -have nuclei & other organelles
WBC functions
1. Defend against pathogens... 2. Remove toxins & wastes... 3. Atta…
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Blood (white blood cells)
another name for wbc
what are the two types of wbc
what are granulocytes
what percent of neutrophils are wbc
leukocytes
granulocytes and agranulocytes
wbc with granules in cytoplasm and lobed nuclie... (neutrophils,…
65%-75% ( # increases during acute infections)
another name for wbc
leukocytes
what are the two types of wbc
granulocytes and agranulocytes
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White Blood Cells
B cells
B cells
T cells
T cells
Produce Antibodies
Involved in Antibody mediated immunity
Have receptors
Involved in Cell mediated immunity
B cells
Produce Antibodies
B cells
Involved in Antibody mediated immunity
30 terms
White blood cells + blood typing
Neutrophil
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Eosinophil
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
Identify this white blood cell with a kidney bean shaped nucl…
Identify these white blood cells with a ear muff shaped nucle…
Neutrophil
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Lymphocyte
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
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Red & White Blood Cells, Platelets - Anatomy
hemoglobin
oxyhemoglobin
carbaminohemoglobin
leukocytes (WBC)
red pigment
formed from oxygen
carbon dioxide carried by blood as it binds with hemoglobin
defends body from cancer cells that form inside our tissues a…
hemoglobin
red pigment
oxyhemoglobin
formed from oxygen
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Anatomy quiz: red and white blood cells
Red blood cells
Hemoglobin
45%
Pernicious Anemia
Transport carbon dioxide and oxygen
Red pigment that unites with oxygen
Normal blood volume is ___ red blood cells
Deficiency of RBCs is caused by lack of B12
Red blood cells
Transport carbon dioxide and oxygen
Hemoglobin
Red pigment that unites with oxygen
30 terms
White blood cells + blood typing
Neutrophil
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Eosinophil
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
Identify this white blood cell with a kidney bean shaped nucl…
Identify these white blood cells with a ear muff shaped nucle…
Neutrophil
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Lymphocyte
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
White Blood Cells and Functions and anatomy of vessels
Monocytes
Lymphocytes
Neutrophils
Eosinophil
3rd most popular. Agranular, largest WBC, often amorphous, ki…
2nd most popular. Agranular. Large nucleus, small cytoplasm (…
1st most popular. Granular, multi-lobed nucleus, 1st responde…
4th most popular. Granular, bi-lobed nucleus, big pink granul…
Monocytes
3rd most popular. Agranular, largest WBC, often amorphous, ki…
Lymphocytes
2nd most popular. Agranular. Large nucleus, small cytoplasm (…
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Anatomy Test: White Blood Cells and Stuff
These white blood cells are stained da…
These immune system cells are small ro…
These leukocytes, also called PMNs, ha…
This bacteria killing enzyme is found…
Basophils
T - lymphocytes
Neutrophils
Lysozyme
These white blood cells are stained da…
Basophils
These immune system cells are small ro…
T - lymphocytes
white blood cells -hassan
neurophils
eosinophils
basophils
monocytes
multi load nucleus, attack bacteria and fungi
bi load nucleus, attach to parasites
obscured nucleus. release histamine and heparin
large c shaped nucleus, serve as antigen presenting cells
neurophils
multi load nucleus, attack bacteria and fungi
eosinophils
bi load nucleus, attach to parasites
30 terms
White blood cell disorders
Acute Lymphobastic Leukemia
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)
CLL
occurs in children and is TdT+ further devided into:... B-ALL w…
accumulation of immature myeloid cells in the bone marrow wit…
present with cytopenias, hypercellular bone marrow, abnormal…
CD5, CD10, CD20 positive proliferation of B cells with smudge…
Acute Lymphobastic Leukemia
occurs in children and is TdT+ further devided into:... B-ALL w…
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
accumulation of immature myeloid cells in the bone marrow wit…
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White blood cell morphology
plasma cell
lymphoblast
neutrophil
lymphocyte
plasma cell
lymphoblast
30 terms
White blood cells + blood typing
Neutrophils
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Eosinophils
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
Identify this white blood cell with a kidney bean shaped nucl…
Identify these white blood cells with a ear muff shaped nucle…
Neutrophils
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Lymphocytes
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
30 terms
White Blood Cells Intro
neutrophil
Band neutrophil
toxic granulation
dohle bodies
neutrophil
Band neutrophil
rbc and white blood cells
WBC
Do WBC have a nucleus
Does RBC have a nucleus
Ureter
Leukocytes
Yes
No
WBC
Leukocytes
Do WBC have a nucleus
Yes
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White Blood Cell Disorder
ringed sideroblasts, megaloblastoid ma…
Pseudo-Pelger-Huet cells, Pawn ball me…
MDS S&S
MDS Pathogenesis
MDS
MDS 2
symptoms due to pancytopenia... dz of older adults - mean age of…
mutated genes: epigenetic factors, RNA splicing, t. factors... 1…
ringed sideroblasts, megaloblastoid ma…
MDS
Pseudo-Pelger-Huet cells, Pawn ball me…
MDS 2
White blood cells + blood typing
Neutrophils
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Eosinophils
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
Identify this white blood cell with a kidney bean shaped nucl…
Identify these white blood cells with a ear muff shaped nucle…
Neutrophils
Identify these multi-lobed white blood cells that look like s…
Lymphocytes
Identify the white blood cells that have a large nucleus and…
7 terms
white blood cells
granulocytes
neutrophils
eosinophils
basophils
group of leukocytes containing granules in their cytoplasm
The most abundant type of white blood cell. Neutrophils are p…
granular white blood cells that attack parasites and also hel…
Blood cells that enter damaged tissues and enhance the inflam…
granulocytes
group of leukocytes containing granules in their cytoplasm
neutrophils
The most abundant type of white blood cell. Neutrophils are p…
7 terms
White blood cell functions
Eosinophil
Monocyte
Basophil
Neutrophil
Attack objects coated with antibodies
large phagocytic cells (macrophage precursors)
When stimulated, release histamine and heparin
Attack and digest bacteria marked with complement
Eosinophil
Attack objects coated with antibodies
Monocyte
large phagocytic cells (macrophage precursors)
White Blood Cell ID
Neutrophil
Neutrophil
Neutrophil
Neutrophil
Neutrophil
Neutrophil
7 terms
White Blood Cells (leukocytes)
Agranular Leukocytes
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Granular Leukocytes
not grainy
extra dark purple
U-shaped
grainy
Agranular Leukocytes
not grainy
Lymphocytes
extra dark purple
White blood cells quiz
What do white blood cells (Leukocytes)…
How do WBC protect against disease?
Regular WBC count
Leukocytosis
They protect against disease.
They move to the site of the infection to destroy pathogenic…
5,000-10,000 mm3
Excessive WBCC... Indicates bacterial infection ... Appendicitis
What do white blood cells (Leukocytes)…
They protect against disease.
How do WBC protect against disease?
They move to the site of the infection to destroy pathogenic…
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White Blood Cell Disorders
infections
HIV / AIDS
Multiple Myeloma
Leukemia
more likely in patient with WBC disorders such as leukemia an…
weight loss and protein-calorie deficit is likely due to lack…
deadly cancer of plasma cells in the bone marrow
a malignant disease of the WBC'S that affects all age groups
infections
more likely in patient with WBC disorders such as leukemia an…
HIV / AIDS
weight loss and protein-calorie deficit is likely due to lack…
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White Blood Cells
Diapedisis
Positive chemotaxis
Granular leukocytes
Neutrophils
The process by which white blood cells squeeze between the ce…
guides WBCs to invading pathogens, damaged tissues, and other…
Attack general invading pathogens. Three types are neutrophil…
4150(range 1800-7300)Differential count: 50-70%... Round cell; n…
Diapedisis
The process by which white blood cells squeeze between the ce…
Positive chemotaxis
guides WBCs to invading pathogens, damaged tissues, and other…
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Anatomy Unit 9-Blood (2) White Blood Cells
Diapedesis
Chemotaxis
Amoeboid
Leukocytosis
The ability of white blood cells to slip into and out of the…
Ability of the white blood cells to locate areas of tissue da…
A motion through which white blood cells move through the tis…
A white blood cell count about 11,000 cells/mm3, indicates ba…
Diapedesis
The ability of white blood cells to slip into and out of the…
Chemotaxis
Ability of the white blood cells to locate areas of tissue da…
White Blood Cell Types
neutrophil
lymphocyte
monocyte
eosinophil
neutrophil
lymphocyte
57 terms
White Blood Cell Identification Quiz
neutrophil
neutrophil
lymphocyte
basophil
neutrophil
neutrophil
10 terms
White Blood Cells
Eosinophil (Pic)
Neutrophil (Pic)
Basophil (Pic)
Lymphocyte (Pic)
Eosinophil (Pic)
Neutrophil (Pic)
5 terms
White Blood Cells
Neutrophils
Basophils
Eosinophils
Monocytes
Eat Bacteria
Release Histamines
Foreign Compounds
Eat Cell Debris
Neutrophils
Eat Bacteria
Basophils
Release Histamines
White blood cell
neutrophil
eosinophil
basophil
monocyte
first responders to infections
increases in number with parasitic infections and allergic re…
least common WBC, releases hsitamine
phagocytize pathogens to stimulate other WBCs to begin pathog…
neutrophil
first responders to infections
eosinophil
increases in number with parasitic infections and allergic re…
17 terms
White Blood Cells
leukocytes
WBC
diapedesis
positive chemotaxis
white blood cells, puss=dead neutrophils, protect against pat…
have a nucleus, makes up 1% of blood volume
WBC, ability to leave and return back into the blood vessels
chemical released that moves them towards a certain area
leukocytes
white blood cells, puss=dead neutrophils, protect against pat…
WBC
have a nucleus, makes up 1% of blood volume
64 terms
white blood cells
not all wbcs are
2 groups of wbcs
wbc count measures
phagocytes examples
phagocytic
granulocyte, agranulocyte
total number of wbcs, differential count
monocytes, eosinophils, neutrophils
not all wbcs are
phagocytic
2 groups of wbcs
granulocyte, agranulocyte
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