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Blood (Exam 3)

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What are the three functions of blood? Transport, Defense, Regulation
What does the plasma protein albumin do? Osmosis
What does the plasma protein globulin do? Transports proteins + hydrophobic matter
What do the plasma proteins fibrinogen + prothrombin do? Blood clotting
Picks up oxygen in the lung capillaries and releases it into the body's tissues... Hemoglobin
WBC that fights infection, carries out phagocytosis... Neutrophil
WBC that increase during parasite infection and lessen allergic reactions... Eosinophil
WBC that plays a role in allergic reaction and inflammation... Basophil
WBC that becomes macrophage which destroy pathogens, old cells, and cellular debris... Monocyte
WBC that produces antibodies, play a role in defense against infection, and in immunity... Lymphocyte
Blood cells necessary for hemostasis... thrombocytes
First step of hemostasis... Vascular spasm
Second step of hemostasis... Platelet plu formation
Final step of hemostasis... Coagulation
Chemical messengers are carried by... Blood
Blood plays a defensive role against infection and... Loss of blood
Most plasma proteins are produced in the.... Liver
All formed elements are made by the process of... Hematopoiesis
Hemoglobin consists for four chains of amino acids and... Heme
Heme contains the metal... Iron
Oxygen binds to what portion of the hemoglobin molecule? Heme
White blood cells are called... leukocytes
Unlike RBC, WBC are able to... leave the blood vessels
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