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4.1 Blood

Functions of the Blood to Blood Coagulation

QuestionAnswer
The digestive products that are absorbed into the bloodstream and carried to a variety of cells Nutrition
The products of cellular waste are transported to the kidneys, sweat glands, and lungs for removal from the body. Excretion
The lung tissue is fed by numerous vessels carrying blood that picks up oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. Internal Respiration
Fluid moves back and forth between the cells of tissue and the blood Fluid Balance
The blood contains specific elements that help control the chemical balance in the body. Chemical Balance
The blood contains many cells and chemicals that support the immune system. Immune System Mediation
The blood is a heating and cooling fluid Temperature Regulation
The blood transports and distributes the hormones from the endocrine glands. Endocrine Function
What are the formed elements in blood? RBCs, WBCs, thrombocytes
What is plasma? fluid portion of blood that contains hormones, vitamins and minerals
What does hemoglobin do? transports oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the lungs and cells
normochromic cells of normal color that have normal amount of hemoglobin
microcytic cells that are smaller than normal cells
granulocytes white blood cells that contain granulesneutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
What is the function of thrombocytes? responsible for blood clotting
The most abundant protein found in plasma albumin
What is serum? clear, thin, sticky fluid that remains after coagulation
production of blood cells hematopoiesis
prothrombin converts to thrombin
thromboplastin and calcium substances that help prothombin convert to thrombin
What are the formed elements in blood? RBCs, WBCs, thrombocytes
What is plasma? fluid portion of blood that contains hormones, vitamins and minerals
What does hemoglobin do? transports oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the lungs and cells
normochromic cells of normal color that have normal amount of hemoglobin
microcytic cells that are smaller than normal cells
granulocytes white blood cells that contain granulesneutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
What is the function of thrombocytes? responsible for blood clotting
The most abundant protein found in plasma albumin
What is serum? clear, thin, sticky fluid that remains after coagulation
production of blood cells hematopoiesis
prothrombin converts to thrombin
thromboplastin and calcium substances that help prothombin convert to thrombin
Created by: FMHSAHS102