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24 terms
Blood anatomy
the formed elements of blood
neutrophils
basophils
eosinophils
platelets(special cell fragments)... red blood cells(erthrocytes…
ID:multiple distinct lobes(3-5) light colored granular
ID:dark blue/purple pigmented the darkest and has large granu…
ID:nuclei generally two lobed and black grains (reddish/pinki…
the formed elements of blood
platelets(special cell fragments)... red blood cells(erthrocytes…
neutrophils
ID:multiple distinct lobes(3-5) light colored granular
283 terms
Anatomy: Blood
Functions of Blood
Substances transported by blood
Characteristics of blood
Components of blood
Transportation, regulation, protection
Oxygen from lungs thru body, CO2 from body to lungs, nutrient…
Thicker than water, a/b 104 degrees, pH 7.35-7.45 (basic)
Plasma and formed elements
Functions of Blood
Transportation, regulation, protection
Substances transported by blood
Oxygen from lungs thru body, CO2 from body to lungs, nutrient…
54 terms
Blood -Anatomy
Ways Blood Helps Maintain Homeostasis/…
Composition of Blood
Plasma
Water Component in Plasma
1) transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... 2) transp…
-this is a type of connective tissue that consists of a liqui…
-this is the liquid matrix of blood... -pale yellow fluid that c…
-acts as a solvent and suspending medium for blood components
Ways Blood Helps Maintain Homeostasis/…
1) transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... 2) transp…
Composition of Blood
-this is a type of connective tissue that consists of a liqui…
Anatomy Blood
Blood is a liquid connective tissue th…
RBC only live
granular WBC
agranular WBC
transportation (O2, CO2, nutrients, heat, wastes, hormones)... r…
120 days
neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
lymphocytes, T cells, B cells, natural killer cells
Blood is a liquid connective tissue th…
transportation (O2, CO2, nutrients, heat, wastes, hormones)... r…
RBC only live
120 days
32 terms
Blood Anatomy
blood
plasma
formed elements
hemopoiesis
liquid connective tissue, chief means of transport within the…
the liquid matrix found in blood vessels. composed of water a…
red and white blood cells and platelets
the process by which formed elements of blood develop
blood
liquid connective tissue, chief means of transport within the…
plasma
the liquid matrix found in blood vessels. composed of water a…
105 terms
Anatomy Blood
components that make up the cardiovasc…
hematology
blood plasma
interstitial fluid
blood, heart, blood vessels
study of blood
a watery liquid extracellular matrix that contains dissolved…
fluid that bathes body cells. constantly renewed
components that make up the cardiovasc…
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
study of blood
84 terms
Anatomy - Blood
erythrocytes
erythrocytes
45
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also called red blood cells
transport oxygen to living tissue of the body, while carrying…
erythrocytes make up _______% of a person's total blood volume
the average male's hematocrit
erythrocytes
also called red blood cells
erythrocytes
transport oxygen to living tissue of the body, while carrying…
17 terms
Anatomy Blood
Blood Brain Barrier
Functions of Blood
Blood composition
Blood Plasma
Endothelial cells of capillaries - tight junctions prevent di…
Regulates Body Temp.... Transport nutrients and waste... Relay pH l…
Plasma 55%... WBC's and platelets <1%... RBC's 45%
~92% water... ~7% proteins... ~1% other solutes (ions, nutrients etc)
Blood Brain Barrier
Endothelial cells of capillaries - tight junctions prevent di…
Functions of Blood
Regulates Body Temp.... Transport nutrients and waste... Relay pH l…
96 terms
Anatomy - Blood
Plasma
Leukocytes
Platelets
Hemocrit
Fluid matrix
White blood cells in plasma
Cell fragments that stop bleeding
Blood fraction (percentage of erythrocytes or red blood cells)
Plasma
Fluid matrix
Leukocytes
White blood cells in plasma
65 terms
Anatomy Blood
Blood is what kind of tissue
Connective tissue contains
The purpose of connective tissue is
Blood Transports
(Fluid) Connective Tissue
cells, protein fibers, and ground substance
To protect, bind together, and support organs
Electrolytes... Gases... Hormones... Nutrients... Waste
Blood is what kind of tissue
(Fluid) Connective Tissue
Connective tissue contains
cells, protein fibers, and ground substance
21 terms
blood anatomy
Blood Circulation
Blood... Transport mechanism for
Blood Circulation
Composition of Blood
Circulatory system is divided into... -Cardiovascular system... -Ly…
-Nutrients... -Signaling molecules... -Respiratory gases... -Waste pro…
-Powered by the pumping action of the heart... -Oxygen and nutri…
-Blood has cellular and liquid components... -Is a specialized c…
Blood Circulation
Circulatory system is divided into... -Cardiovascular system... -Ly…
Blood... Transport mechanism for
-Nutrients... -Signaling molecules... -Respiratory gases... -Waste pro…
40 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Blood
blood components
Blood Solid elements
Serum
plasma components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
Clear fluid portion of blood that remains after coagulation,…
nutrients, salts, gases, wastes, hormones, blood proteins (im…
blood components
45% solid elements and ... 55 % liquid elements
Blood Solid elements
RBC red blood cell or erythrocytes ... WBC Leukocytes ( neutroph…
28 terms
Anatomy Blood
What is blood's purpose?
Gasses in the blood go to...
Nutrients in the blood go to...
Metabolic waste in the blood goes to t…
Transportation of gasses, nutrients, and metabolic wastes.
From lungs to tissue back to lungs.
guts to tissue.
kidneys.
What is blood's purpose?
Transportation of gasses, nutrients, and metabolic wastes.
Gasses in the blood go to...
From lungs to tissue back to lungs.
82 terms
Anatomy blood
Blood contains genetically determined…
Cantigen
Blood is "typed" by using ______ that…
2 types of leukocytes
proteins
A foreign protein that maybe be attacked by the immune system
antibodies
granulocytes & agranuolocytes
Blood contains genetically determined…
proteins
Cantigen
A foreign protein that maybe be attacked by the immune system
49 terms
Anatomy blood
Blood
Plasma
Formed elements "living" cells
Hemocrit
a fluid connective tissue composed of:... - Plasma... - Formed elem…
the ground substance (mostly water)... - proteins: globular (clu…
1) Erythrocytes (red blood cells, RBCs)... -- major source of bl…
~45% (A LOT)... - males typically have a little more... - changes t…
Blood
a fluid connective tissue composed of:... - Plasma... - Formed elem…
Plasma
the ground substance (mostly water)... - proteins: globular (clu…
24 terms
Anatomy Blood
Neutrophil... Granulocyte or Nongraulocyt…
Eosinophils... Granulocyte or Nongraulocy…
Basophil... Granulocyte or Nongraulocyte?…
Monocyte... Granulocyte or Nongraulocyte?…
Granulocyte... Fine granules ... Multi lobed nucleus... most numerous…
Granulocyte... Medium Granules... Bilobed Nucleus... make up 1-3% of b…
Granulocyte... Heavy AF ... ?... Fewer than 1% of WBC's ... Degranulate i…
Nongranulocyte... Largest WBC... 1 connected Bilobe looking nucleus…
Neutrophil... Granulocyte or Nongraulocyt…
Granulocyte... Fine granules ... Multi lobed nucleus... most numerous…
Eosinophils... Granulocyte or Nongraulocy…
Granulocyte... Medium Granules... Bilobed Nucleus... make up 1-3% of b…
Anatomy:Blood
Plasma
Formed elements are...
Erythrocytes are what kind of cells?
Leukocytes are what kind of cell?
non living fluid matrix
living blood cells suspended in plasma
red blood cells, RBCs
white blood cells, WBCs
Plasma
non living fluid matrix
Formed elements are...
living blood cells suspended in plasma
17 terms
Anatomy: Blood Vessels and blood
anastomosis
tunica intima
tunica media
tunica externa
the site where two or more arteries (or two or more veins) co…
the innermost layer of a blood vessel wall. It is composed of…
the middle layer of the vessel wall, composed of circularly a…
the outermost layer of the blood vessel wall. It is composed…
anastomosis
the site where two or more arteries (or two or more veins) co…
tunica intima
the innermost layer of a blood vessel wall. It is composed of…
12 terms
Anatomy- Blood
Erythro-
Leuko-
Heme-
-cyte
red
white
Iron containing
cell
Erythro-
red
Leuko-
white
34 terms
anatomy blood
Hematocrit
Albumin
Albumin
Erythrocytes
the percentage of erythrocytes to total blood volume
a protein found in virtually all animal tissue and fluid; the…
regulates the colloidal osmotic pressure of blood
red blood cells
Hematocrit
the percentage of erythrocytes to total blood volume
Albumin
a protein found in virtually all animal tissue and fluid; the…
24 terms
Blood anatomy
the formed elements of blood
neutrophils
basophils
eosinophils
platelets(special cell fragments)... red blood cells(erthrocytes…
ID:multiple distinct lobes(3-5) light colored granular
ID:dark blue/purple pigmented the darkest and has large granu…
ID:nuclei generally two lobed and black grains (reddish/pinki…
the formed elements of blood
platelets(special cell fragments)... red blood cells(erthrocytes…
neutrophils
ID:multiple distinct lobes(3-5) light colored granular
79 terms
Anatomy - Blood
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
RBC Bld Volume in Males
RBC Bld Volume in Females
Leukocytes (WBCs)
45% hematocrit (heaviest part of bld)... FXN: transport O2 + CO2…
42-52% bld volume (5-6L blood total)... *testosterone promotes R…
37-48% bld volume (4-5L blood total)
<1% (part of Buffy Coat)... FXN: fight infection... #: 4800-10800 c…
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
45% hematocrit (heaviest part of bld)... FXN: transport O2 + CO2…
RBC Bld Volume in Males
42-52% bld volume (5-6L blood total)... *testosterone promotes R…
52 terms
Anatomy: Blood
Cardiovascular System
Blood
Hematocrit
Buffy Coat
Division of the circulatory system composed of the blood, the…
The transport medium for carrying nutrients, signaling molecu…
The percentage of the blood volume that consists of erythrocy…
A thin, gray layer, that is present at the junction between e…
Cardiovascular System
Division of the circulatory system composed of the blood, the…
Blood
The transport medium for carrying nutrients, signaling molecu…
57 terms
Anatomy - Blood
Describe the structure of an erythrocyte
Name 2 types of leukemia
Formation of new erythrocytes
Formation of new blood cells
Biconcave disc, no nucleus, filled w/ hemoglobin, contains pr…
Myelocytic and lymphocytic
Erythropoiesis
Hematopoiesis
Describe the structure of an erythrocyte
Biconcave disc, no nucleus, filled w/ hemoglobin, contains pr…
Name 2 types of leukemia
Myelocytic and lymphocytic
38 terms
Anatomy Blood
Pyrexia
Coagulation
Poly
An
Fever
Blood clotting
many
without
Pyrexia
Fever
Coagulation
Blood clotting
20 terms
Anatomy: Blood
Blood
Phlebotomy
Plasma
Buffy Coat
made up pf the liquid and solid components. the liquid is pla…
process and practice of collecting blood
55% of the blood sample, the liquid component
Layer of white blood cells and platelets that form between th…
Blood
made up pf the liquid and solid components. the liquid is pla…
Phlebotomy
process and practice of collecting blood
17 terms
Anatomy: Blood
Composition of blood (fluid tissue)
Overview of blood circulation
Hematocrit
Plasma (50% of blood)
plasma and formed elements:... Erythtrocytes (RBCs)... Leukocytes…
Blood leaves heart via arteries (which branch into capillarie…
the percentage of RBCs out of the total... blood volume
contains proteins, organic nutrients, electrolytes, O2, and CO2
Composition of blood (fluid tissue)
plasma and formed elements:... Erythtrocytes (RBCs)... Leukocytes…
Overview of blood circulation
Blood leaves heart via arteries (which branch into capillarie…
92 terms
Anatomy: Blood
neutrophil
eosinophil
basophil
monocyte
neutrophil
eosinophil
30 terms
ANatomy BLood
Leukocytes
WBC are either classified as
neutrophils and esinophils and basophils
lymphocytes and monocytes
have nuclei and contain hemoglobin
granular or agranular
include granular leukocyes
they are agranular leukocyes
Leukocytes
have nuclei and contain hemoglobin
WBC are either classified as
granular or agranular
20 terms
Anatomy- Blood
blood characteristics
Functions of blood
additional functions of blood
components of blood
-liquid connective tissue... -characteristic odor ... -salty, irony…
transports... -oxygen from lungs to tissues, oxygen from tissues…
-regulate pH... -regulate water content... -regulate heat... -help fig…
plasma (55% of blood), liquid, mostly water... -contains: 90%-92…
blood characteristics
-liquid connective tissue... -characteristic odor ... -salty, irony…
Functions of blood
transports... -oxygen from lungs to tissues, oxygen from tissues…
42 terms
Anatomy- blood
agglutination
agranular leukocyte
albumin
antibody
a clumping of bacteria or red cells when held together by ant…
white blood cell that does not contain distinctive granules
a simple water-soluble protein found in many animal tissues a…
any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the bo…
agglutination
a clumping of bacteria or red cells when held together by ant…
agranular leukocyte
white blood cell that does not contain distinctive granules
16 terms
Blood (Anatomy)
hematocrit
Plasma
Erythrocytes (RBCs)
hemoglobin
the percentage of RBCs out of the total blood volume
contains mostly water and some (100+) solutes including prote…
biconcave, anucleate discs filled with hemoglobin; responsibl…
protein that functions in gas transport
hematocrit
the percentage of RBCs out of the total blood volume
Plasma
contains mostly water and some (100+) solutes including prote…
43 terms
Blood anatomy
Transportation of oxygen and nutrients…
What Defends us?
initiate clotting mechanism
protect against infections & disease
Blood function
WBCs ... Platelets
Platelets -
WBCs
Transportation of oxygen and nutrients…
Blood function
What Defends us?
WBCs ... Platelets
47 terms
Anatomy: Blood
Functions of Blood
Substances transported by blood
Characteristics of blood
Components of blood
Transportation, regulation, protection
Oxygen from lungs thru body, CO2 from body to lungs, nutrient…
Thicker than water, a/b 104 degrees, pH 7.35-7.45 (basic)
Plasma and formed elements
Functions of Blood
Transportation, regulation, protection
Substances transported by blood
Oxygen from lungs thru body, CO2 from body to lungs, nutrient…
13 terms
Blood Vessel Anatomy
Arteries take blood . . .
Arteries have a thick elastic and musc…
Arterioles are
All bood vessels are surrounded by a l…
away from heart
withstand the pressure from ventricular (heart) contraction
small arteries with thin muscular layer that lead to capillar…
endothelium.
Arteries take blood . . .
away from heart
Arteries have a thick elastic and musc…
withstand the pressure from ventricular (heart) contraction
57 terms
Blood - CIS Anatomy
B negative
histamine and heparin
eosinophil
neutrophil
What is the blood type?
What do the granules of this cell release?
Name the leukocyte.
Name the leukocyte.
B negative
What is the blood type?
histamine and heparin
What do the granules of this cell release?
29 terms
Anatomy Blood
Blood
Blood pH Level
Amount of blood in males and females?
Blood Temp
liquid CT
7.35-7.45 slightly basic very narrow range
Male - 5~6 liters... Female - 4-5 liters... males are larger and ha…
100 F
Blood
liquid CT
Blood pH Level
7.35-7.45 slightly basic very narrow range
15 terms
ANATOMY: BLOOD
albumins
globulins
fibrinogens
blood cell formation take place...
thickens the blood
include the antibodies that protect us from infections
necessary for blood clotting
red bone marrow... myeloid tissue
albumins
thickens the blood
globulins
include the antibodies that protect us from infections
48 terms
Blood Anatomy
Formed Elements, Plasma
Erythrocytes
Oxygen
45%
Blood is made of _________ living and nonliving matrix known…
Blood is composed of _______
Red Blood Cells transports
RBCs accounts for ____ of blood ( Hemotocrit )
Formed Elements, Plasma
Blood is made of _________ living and nonliving matrix known…
Erythrocytes
Blood is composed of _______
8 terms
Anatomy blood
function of blood
components and characteristics of blood
erythrocytes
leukocytes
-distribution: transport digestive nutrients, oxygen, wastes,…
-tissue type: vascular connective tissue... -plasma: liquid port…
-medium size... -biconcave shape... -7.5x2 micrometers... -hemoglobin…
-biggest
function of blood
-distribution: transport digestive nutrients, oxygen, wastes,…
components and characteristics of blood
-tissue type: vascular connective tissue... -plasma: liquid port…
anatomy; blood
blood
7.35-7.45
38.75
erythrocytes
fluid, connective tissue
blood pH
temperature of blood
red blood cells; carry O2, anucleate
blood
fluid, connective tissue
7.35-7.45
blood pH
16 terms
Anatomy Blood
blood plasma
albumin
globulins
fibrinogen
liquid portion of blood... most of it is water and the rest is…
most abundant blood protein... plays an important role in regul…
some are part of the immune system (antibodies)... some functio…
involved with the formation of blood clots
blood plasma
liquid portion of blood... most of it is water and the rest is…
albumin
most abundant blood protein... plays an important role in regul…
41 terms
Anatomy: Blood
red blood cell
white blood cell (neutrophil)
Eosinophil
basophils
transport oxygen to tissues and carbon dioxide from tissue to…
-phagocytic engulf pathogens or debris in tissues release cyt…
-phagocytic: engulf antibody labeled materials, release cytox…
-enter damaged tissue and release histamine and other chemica…
red blood cell
transport oxygen to tissues and carbon dioxide from tissue to…
white blood cell (neutrophil)
-phagocytic engulf pathogens or debris in tissues release cyt…
12 terms
Anatomy Blood
Blood Vessel
Tunica Intima
Tunica Media
Tunica Externa/adventitia
3 walls/tunics/layers
inner
middle ... Smooth muscle and elastin
Outer
Blood Vessel
3 walls/tunics/layers
Tunica Intima
inner
48 terms
Blood (Anatomy)
Blood
Components of blood
Centrifuged
Buffy Coat
only fluid tissue in the human body; connective tissue; trans…
Living Cells: formed elements; Non-Living Cells: Plasma
ethrocytes sink to the bottom(hematocrit; 45%)
is a thin whitish layer between the erythrocytes and plasma
Blood
only fluid tissue in the human body; connective tissue; trans…
Components of blood
Living Cells: formed elements; Non-Living Cells: Plasma
42 terms
Anatomy Blood
agranulocytes
macrophage
leukocytes
t cells
a group of leukocytes without
type of White blood cell that helps defend the body
white blood cells
act against viruses
agranulocytes
a group of leukocytes without
macrophage
type of White blood cell that helps defend the body
31 terms
anatomy- blood , unit 1
hematopoiesis
liver... bone marrow
plasma-(straw colored liquid) 55%... buff…
transportation... protection... regulation
the production of blood cells
hematopoiesis occurs in the ___ before birth, but primarily i…
three components (formed elements) of blood and percentages
three main functions of blood
hematopoiesis
the production of blood cells
liver... bone marrow
hematopoiesis occurs in the ___ before birth, but primarily i…
63 terms
Anatomy Blood
What is Plasma
Formed elements
Function of blood
Three formed elements
Liquid portion of blood
Cellular portions
Transport, Protect, and distribute body heat
Erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes
What is Plasma
Liquid portion of blood
Formed elements
Cellular portions
11 terms
blood anatomy
Erythrocytes
Sickle Cell
Leukocytes
Granulocytes
lots of small bombs
Erythrocytes
Sickle Cell
BLOOD--ANATOMY
Hematocrit
Plasma
RBCs
WBCs and platelets
a centrifuge test that shows the % of RBC's in blood
55%
45%
>1%
Hematocrit
a centrifuge test that shows the % of RBC's in blood
Plasma
55%
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