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bas/o base
chrom/o color
coagul/o clotting
cyt/o cell
eosin/o rosy red
erythr/o red
fibrin/o fibers
fus/o pouring
granul/o granules
hem/o blood
hemat/o blood
leuk/o white
lip/o fat
lymph/o lymph
morph/o shape
neutr/o neutral
phleb/o vein
sanguin/o blood
septic/o infection
thromb/o clot
-apheresis removal, carry away
-crit separation of
-cyte cell
-cytosis more then the normal number of cells
-emia blood condition
-globin protein
-ia condition of
-ion action
-logy study of
-lytic destruction
-oma growth
-otomy cutting into
-penia too few
-phil attracted to
-plastic pertaining to development
-rrhage abnormal flow
-rrhagic pertaining to abnormal flow
a- without
an- without
anti- against
auto- self
dys- abnormal
homo- same
hyper- excessive
hypo- insufficient
mono- one
pan- all
poly- many
trans- across
What are the primary components that comprise blood plasma, formed elements: erythrocytes (red blood cells), leukocytes (white blood cells), and platelets
hematopoiesis the process of forming blood. production of blood cells in the red bone marrow
Agranulocyte a- = without granul/o = granules -cyte = cell
basophil bas/o = base -phil = Attracted to
eosinophil eosin/o = rosy red -phil = attracted to
erythrocyte erythr/o = red -cyte = cell
fibrinous fibrin/o = fiber -ous = pertaining to
granulocyte granul/o = granules -cyte = cell
hematic hemat/o = blood -ic = pertaining to
leukocyte leuk/o = white -cyte =cell
lymphocyte lymph/o = lymph -cyte = cell
monocyte mono = one -cyte = cell
neutrophil neutr/o = neutral -phil = attracted to
sanguinous sanguin/o = blood -ous = pertaining to
thrombocyte thromb/o = clot -cyte = cell
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