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Connective Tissue: Cells, Fibers, Ground Substance, WBC's
Fibroblasts (Cell)
Adipocytes (Cell)
Macrophages (Cell)
Mast Cells (Cell)
Large, flat cells that move through connective tissue and sec…
Fat cells; store fats. Found below skin and around organs (he…
Develop from monocytes, and destroy bacteria and cell debris…
Abundant along blood vessels. Produce histamine, which dilate…
Fibroblasts (Cell)
Large, flat cells that move through connective tissue and sec…
Adipocytes (Cell)
Fat cells; store fats. Found below skin and around organs (he…
25 terms
Connective Tissue
Loose Connective Tissue
Areolar Tissue
Adipose Tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Tissue that binds epithelia to underlying tissues and holds o…
one of the most widely distributed connective tissues on the…
Tissue that stores fat.
Delicate NETwork of interwoven fibers / Forms stroma (interna…
Loose Connective Tissue
Tissue that binds epithelia to underlying tissues and holds o…
Areolar Tissue
one of the most widely distributed connective tissues on the…
38 terms
Connective Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Adipose
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Science Words 115-120 Blood
Blood
RBCs
WBCs
Platelets
Connective tissue which carries gases, nutrients, and wastes…
Most blood cells, made in bone marrow, carries oxygen to body…
Part of blood that defends the body against pathogens and cle…
Pieces of larger cells found in bone marrow floating in plasm…
Blood
Connective tissue which carries gases, nutrients, and wastes…
RBCs
Most blood cells, made in bone marrow, carries oxygen to body…
34 terms
RBC & WBC
Plasma
Plasma contains
Protein contains
Albunism 55%
55% of blood
91% Water... 7% Protein... 2% Other
55% Albunisum ... 38% Gobulins... 7% Fibrinogen
Klaytoscop pressure
Plasma
55% of blood
Plasma contains
91% Water... 7% Protein... 2% Other
71 terms
WBC, RBC, or PLATELETS?? Blood group Stem cells Blood vessel differences
Most numerous (about 5 mill in one drop)
No nucleus
Made in marrow of large and long bones
Hemoglobin (Fe core) to bind O2
RBC
RBC
RBC and WBC
RBC
Most numerous (about 5 mill in one drop)
RBC
No nucleus
RBC
30 terms
Connective Tissue
The region surrounding cells
Examples of extracellular protein fibers
Loose Fibrous Connective Tissue
The three (3) main types of connective…
Matrix
Elastin and Collagen
How is this tissue type specifically classified?
Fibrous, Fluid, and Supportive
The region surrounding cells
Matrix
Examples of extracellular protein fibers
Elastin and Collagen
11 terms
cartilage tissue/ connective
hyaline cartilage
elastic cartilage
fibrocartilage
cartilage
...
...
...
avascular, 80% water, flexible, compressible
hyaline cartilage
...
elastic cartilage
...
13 terms
Lecture 9: Blood Cell Formation & Function
Blood
Plasma
Normal RBC & WBC values
Red Blood Cells
- Maintain homeostasis... - Regarded as a connective tissue comp…
- 90% water... - 6-7% protein (immunoglobin for immune response)…
RBC - 5x10^9 per ml... > varies with nutritional state, physical…
- 60% water, 40% haemoglobin ... - Biconcave disk shape -> maxim…
Blood
- Maintain homeostasis... - Regarded as a connective tissue comp…
Plasma
- 90% water... - 6-7% protein (immunoglobin for immune response)…
10 terms
Connective tissue
2 components
Cellular components
Marrix components
3 types
Cellular and matrix
Living cells
Non living components
Fibrous, hard, fluid
2 components
Cellular and matrix
Cellular components
Living cells
8.2 Science-blood
Parts of blood
Percent of blood mass
Amount of blood in rapid decrease
Plasma is made of _______
1. tissue made of plasma... 2. platelets... 3. red & white blood ce…
8%
pressure falls & body goes into shock
water
Parts of blood
1. tissue made of plasma... 2. platelets... 3. red & white blood ce…
Percent of blood mass
8%
54 terms
Connective Tissue
Fibroblast function
Macrophage function
Mast cell function
Osteocyte
secretes fibers
carries out phagocytosis
release heparin
form bone
Fibroblast function
secretes fibers
Macrophage function
carries out phagocytosis
30 terms
Connective Tissue
The region surrounding cells
Examples of extracellular protein fibers
Loose Fibrous Connective Tissue
The three (3) main types of connective…
Matrix
Elastin and Collagen
How is this tissue type specifically classified?
Fibrous, Fluid, and Supportive
The region surrounding cells
Matrix
Examples of extracellular protein fibers
Elastin and Collagen
6 terms
Connective Tissue
Bone
Cartilage
Loose Areolar
Adipose
Cell name: osseous tissue... -bone cells in lacuna... -matrix: coll…
Cell name: chondrocyte... -rubbery matrix: collagen fibers... -loca…
Cell name: fibroblast... -function: support... -matrix: collagen fi…
Cell name: adipocyte... -matrix: lipids... -functions: insulates si…
Bone
Cell name: osseous tissue... -bone cells in lacuna... -matrix: coll…
Cartilage
Cell name: chondrocyte... -rubbery matrix: collagen fibers... -loca…
15 terms
Blood
Blood
Layers (in order)
Blood Plasma
Red Blood Cells
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
Plasma... Thin white middle (buffy coat: WBC and platelets)... RBC
the liquid component of blood, in which the blood cells are s…
Blood cells that carry oxygen from the lungs to the body cells.
Blood
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
Layers (in order)
Plasma... Thin white middle (buffy coat: WBC and platelets)... RBC
25 terms
Ch 4: Connective Tissue: Osseous Tissue, Blood, and Nervous Tissue Specifics
osseous tissue structure
osseous tissue function
osseous tissue location
lamella
hard, calcified matrix containing many collagen fibers, osteo…
supports and protects, provides layers for the muscle to act…
bones
ECM organized in layers containing collagen fibers, ground su…
osseous tissue structure
hard, calcified matrix containing many collagen fibers, osteo…
osseous tissue function
supports and protects, provides layers for the muscle to act…
36 terms
RBC Count and WBC Count
Isotonic solution
Isotonic, have high specific gravity,…
1) Aspirate up to 0.5 mark 2) Wipe off…
1) Place clean thick cover slip on top…
RBC dilution in RBC Count
Characteristics of good RBC diluting fluid
Pipette Method in RBC Count
Filling the Counting Chamber in RBC Count
Isotonic solution
RBC dilution in RBC Count
Isotonic, have high specific gravity,…
Characteristics of good RBC diluting fluid
Blood S and A
EBL
TSH
TBV
GTT
estimated blood loss
thyroid stimulating hormone
total blood volume
glucose tolerance test
EBL
estimated blood loss
TSH
thyroid stimulating hormone
6 terms
Blood
blood is what type of tissue
lifespan of RBC
RBC phagocytized by
formed elements of blood
liquid connective tissue
120 days
spleen ... liver
RBCs... Platelets... WBCs
blood is what type of tissue
liquid connective tissue
lifespan of RBC
120 days
Review of Blood
Plasma
Albumin
Erythrocyte
Erythropoietin
91% water
Protein found in plasma
Red Blood Cell
Hormone that stimulates RBC production
Plasma
91% water
Albumin
Protein found in plasma
52 terms
Connective Tissue Review
Fibroblast
Adipose
Plasma
Reticular
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Stores fat.
Liquid that blood cells are suspended in.
Found in lymph.
Fibroblast
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Adipose
Stores fat.
128 terms
Ch. 17 Blood
formed element
hematopoiesis
erythropoiesis
buffy coat
blood cell of any type, including RBC, WBC, and platelets
blood formation process in bone marrow, all cell types
blood formation process in bone marrow, RBCs only
blood portion that is a thick white band in settled blood con…
formed element
blood cell of any type, including RBC, WBC, and platelets
hematopoiesis
blood formation process in bone marrow, all cell types
21 terms
Arteries and vessels
hema-
hematologist
plasma
number of pints in body
blood
blood disorders
matrix; 55% of blood; liquid
8-10
hema-
blood
hematologist
blood disorders
27 terms
Connective Tissue II
During 1st exposure of antigen, what b…
Degranulation of mast cells: ... 1) What…
What are the 2 main groups of transien…
Where are Plasma cells derived from?…
1st: IgE binds to surface ... 2nd: IgE is already bound to surfa…
1) Vasodilation, increases vascular permeability, promotes WB…
Plasma cells & WBC = transient CT cells ... From precursors in b…
1) From B- lymphocytes ... 2) Most CT, numerous in inflammation/…
During 1st exposure of antigen, what b…
1st: IgE binds to surface ... 2nd: IgE is already bound to surfa…
Degranulation of mast cells: ... 1) What…
1) Vasodilation, increases vascular permeability, promotes WB…
5 terms
blood
Blood
Plasma
Red blood cells
Platelets
a connective tissue that is carries gases, nutrients, and was…
the fluid part of blood....a mixture of water ,minerals, nutr…
RBC carry oxygen to every cell in your body
pieces of larger cells in bone marrow.
Blood
a connective tissue that is carries gases, nutrients, and was…
Plasma
the fluid part of blood....a mixture of water ,minerals, nutr…
56 terms
Hematology LO's
What are the 2 main components of blood?
What are the cellular components of bl…
What are the plasma components of blood?
Function of Erythrocytes
Cellular and Plasma
Erythrocytes ... Leukocytes... Platelets
Water ... Proteins: Albumins, Globulins, Fibrinogens
RBC ... tissue oxygenation ... most abundant in the blood ... circu…
What are the 2 main components of blood?
Cellular and Plasma
What are the cellular components of bl…
Erythrocytes ... Leukocytes... Platelets
178 terms
blood and immunity
connective tissue that is composed of…
the ability of an organism to resist a…
white part of what blood is made of
is maintained by blood
blood
immunity
plasma
Homeostasis
connective tissue that is composed of…
blood
the ability of an organism to resist a…
immunity
Clinical Pathology
Clinical Pathology
What is going on with our patient?
Hematology
Serum
evaluation of patient conditions by way of analysis and body…
evaluation to asses health, establish a diagnosis, and monito…
study of blood (types of cells)
liquid portion of clotted blood
Clinical Pathology
evaluation of patient conditions by way of analysis and body…
What is going on with our patient?
evaluation to asses health, establish a diagnosis, and monito…
211 terms
S/F 2: Test 2
General Functions of the Blood
How do solutes cause water movement
three things that determine osmolarity
increased RBC means what type of osmol…
transport... immune components... clotting ... temperature regulation…
because they attract the water
RBC number... Plasma Proteins... Na
increased osmolarity... -dehydration, bad for heart, increase BV…
General Functions of the Blood
transport... immune components... clotting ... temperature regulation…
How do solutes cause water movement
because they attract the water
Blood Anatomy 2
Composition of Blood
Blood
Plasma
55% of whole blood
varies in color from bright red to dull brick red
Fluid Connective Tissue because of fibers that form during cl…
nonliving fluid matrix containing nutrients, gases, hormones,…
plasma
Composition of Blood
varies in color from bright red to dull brick red
Blood
Fluid Connective Tissue because of fibers that form during cl…
44 terms
RBC's: Part 2
2 ways blood is assessed
4 Tests that can be done from venipunc…
What is a CBC w/ Differential, what 5…
What 4 tests are included in Iron Stud…
venipuncture... capillary tube (finger prick)
1. Complete blood count w/differential... 2. Iron studies... 3. Per…
-- Complete Blood Count w/ diff... -- Includes:... WBC... RBC... hemoglob…
TIBC... Iron... Ferritin... Transferritin
2 ways blood is assessed
venipuncture... capillary tube (finger prick)
4 Tests that can be done from venipunc…
1. Complete blood count w/differential... 2. Iron studies... 3. Per…
Blood
blood
interstitial fluid
hematology
functions of blood
composed of plasma and a variety of cells... transports nutrient…
bathes the cells of the body
study of blood and blood disorders
transportation (O2, CO2)... regulation (regulate pH through buff…
blood
composed of plasma and a variety of cells... transports nutrient…
interstitial fluid
bathes the cells of the body
89 terms
ch 17 lec notes
s diffusion
1-3
CV system
circulatory
Oxygen, nutrients and wastes enter and leave cells by _____.…
___ cells thickness separating most cells from their nutrient…
Heart... Blood vessels... Arteries... Veins... Capillaries... Blood
___ sys. has cardio & lymphatic
s diffusion
Oxygen, nutrients and wastes enter and leave cells by _____.…
1-3
___ cells thickness separating most cells from their nutrient…
49 terms
Connective Tissue: Terms and Images
hyaline cartilage
compact bone
elastic cartilage
adipose tissue
hyaline cartilage
compact bone
38 terms
RBC's: Part 1
Make-up of Blood: %
5 solids (8-9%) present in blood
What are the 3 functions of albumin?
life span of the cells in the blood? (3)
91-92%= water as a transport medium... 8-9%= solids
Proteins (Albumin)... electrolytes... immunoglobulins (IG's)... globul…
- Osmotic pressure... - pH... - Drug binding
- RBCs = 120 days... - WBCs = 2-3 days when mature... - Platelets =…
Make-up of Blood: %
91-92%= water as a transport medium... 8-9%= solids
5 solids (8-9%) present in blood
Proteins (Albumin)... electrolytes... immunoglobulins (IG's)... globul…
BIOLOGY - components of blood
Red blood cells
RBC (2)
RBC (2)
White blood cells
Made in bone marrow of long bones eg. Thigh bone
Contains haemoglobin (pigment) which gives it it's red colour
Haemoglobin contains iron - its job is to carry oxygen around…
Part of immune system and helps fight disease
Red blood cells
Made in bone marrow of long bones eg. Thigh bone
RBC (2)
Contains haemoglobin (pigment) which gives it it's red colour
Chapter 19: Blood
what makes up 7% (of the remaining 8%…
what are the 3 major types of plasma p…
________ is a specialized connective t…
What is the average pH of char?
plasma proteins
albumins, globulins, fibrinogen
Char
7.4
what makes up 7% (of the remaining 8%…
plasma proteins
what are the 3 major types of plasma p…
albumins, globulins, fibrinogen
cell specialization and differentiation
RBC contain
WBC
WBC may
RBC may
Hemaglobin
monocytdes and lymphocytes
live for years
live for days
RBC contain
Hemaglobin
WBC
monocytdes and lymphocytes
71 terms
Histology#4
Plasma components
Serum
Buffy coat
RBCs
1. Water... 2. Proteins (albumins, globulins, fibrinogens, regul…
Plasma minus plasminogen
Layer on top of RBC layer and below plasma layer; contains WBCs
Carry oxygen and carbon dioxide; consistent in size (average…
Plasma components
1. Water... 2. Proteins (albumins, globulins, fibrinogens, regul…
Serum
Plasma minus plasminogen
11 terms
Cardiovascular System - Blood
Functions of Circulatory System
Plasma
Formed Elements
Blood Plasma
Transport ... - Carries respiratory gases, nutrients, and hormo…
liquid around cells
Erthocytes - rbc... Leukocytes - wbc... thrombocytes - platelets
- 90% water... -Contains ions, nutrients, wastes and proteins.... P…
Functions of Circulatory System
Transport ... - Carries respiratory gases, nutrients, and hormo…
Plasma
liquid around cells
32 terms
Connective tissue's
Connective tissue's
Fibroblast
Fibrocytes
Macrophages
Feels internal space, supports tissues, transports materials,…
Most abundant cell found in connective tissue proper
The second most abundant connective tissue proper cell that m…
Immune system cells that digest pathogens and damaged cekls
Connective tissue's
Feels internal space, supports tissues, transports materials,…
Fibroblast
Most abundant cell found in connective tissue proper
9 terms
The Cardiovascular System Unit 1 Chapter 19 Notes
Hematology
Blood
Functions of blood
Physical characteristics of Blood
The study of blood, blood-forming tissues, and the disorders…
Liquid connective tissue consisting of cells surrounded by a…
1. Transport oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients, hormones, hea…
1. Denser than water, feels sticky... 2. Temperature- 100.4* C... 3…
Hematology
The study of blood, blood-forming tissues, and the disorders…
Blood
Liquid connective tissue consisting of cells surrounded by a…
32 terms
BIO 010 Chapter 10
Blood: what is the primary tissue type?
What are the components of blood?
erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Fluid connective tissue. Plasma is the matrix
1. Plasma (55%): water, salts, plasma proteins, nutrients, wa…
RBC
WBC
Blood: what is the primary tissue type?
Fluid connective tissue. Plasma is the matrix
What are the components of blood?
1. Plasma (55%): water, salts, plasma proteins, nutrients, wa…
Cardiovascular System
blood
transportation ... regulation... protection
transportation
regulation
liquid connective tissue
functions of blood
O2, CO2, nutrients (glucose, minerals, vitamins), wastes, hor…
regulates body pH, body temp, O2 levels, water levels
blood
liquid connective tissue
transportation ... regulation... protection
functions of blood
Histo Peripheral Blood and Hemopoiesis
formed elements
ground substance
only present in clot formation
Specialized connective tissues
cells
plasma
fibers
cells... ground substance... fibers
formed elements
cells
ground substance
plasma
133 terms
5. + 6. Hemocytometer - Manual WBC - Manual Platelet Count
Manual cell counts can be used to enum…
Diluent for Leuko Check
diluent for leuko tic
Why we preform manual counts?
•CSF... •semen... •serous fluid
ammonium oxalate
acetate
1. # of WBC extremely low or high in automated system... 2. pre…
Manual cell counts can be used to enum…
•CSF... •semen... •serous fluid
Diluent for Leuko Check
ammonium oxalate
48 terms
White Blood Cells and Platelets Quiz
WBC are classified according to
2 classification types of WBC
as whole WBC appear to be
process that allows neutrophils to mig…
granules and staining characteristics of cytoplasm
granulocytes and agranulocytes
brightly colored when stained, all have nucleus, larger than…
diapedesis
WBC are classified according to
granules and staining characteristics of cytoplasm
2 classification types of WBC
granulocytes and agranulocytes
65 terms
BLOOD VOCAB SUMMATIVE
erythropoetin
erythroblastosis fetalis
carbaminohemoglobin
antigen
stimulates red blood marrow for RBC processing
the abnormal presence of erythroblasts in the blood
CO2 + Hgb
a toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune res…
erythropoetin
stimulates red blood marrow for RBC processing
erythroblastosis fetalis
the abnormal presence of erythroblasts in the blood
10 terms
Connective Cell Description
Loose connective tissue
Adipose tissue
Reticular connective tissue
Dense connective tissue
cells in fluid-gel matrix
cells in fluid-gel matrix
cells in fluid-gel matrix
cells in fluid-gel matrix
Loose connective tissue
cells in fluid-gel matrix
Adipose tissue
cells in fluid-gel matrix
Blood
Blood
Average adult has ___ liters of blood
Plasma
Hematocrit
Type of connective tissue that transports substances
5
Liquid part of blood (55%)
Measure number of RBC's
Blood
Type of connective tissue that transports substances
Average adult has ___ liters of blood
5
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