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blood quiz 1

anatomy blood quiz #1

TermDefinition
b- cells & t-cells lymphocytes
clots & makes antibodies protection
plasma proteins *made in liver* (f.a.g.) albumin, globulin, fibrinogen
formed elements (blood cells) (l.e.t.) leukocytes, erythrocytes, thrombocytes
granular (b.e.n.) basophil, eosinophil, neutrophil
transports O2, CO2, waster & nutrients transportation
protects the body by fighting diseases and infections leukocytes aka white blood cells
transports lipids (fat) and activates the immune system globulin
produces antibodies a-granular
creates antibody protein fighters & produces antibodies b-cell
two main groups of leukocytes granular & a-granular
vessel used- medican cubital vein (arm) venipuncture
process of creating blood cells hemopiesis
stem cells of the blood (blood-cell-baby) hemocytoblast
stops blood from clotting chemical heparin
clotting by making finger-like substances fibrinogen
release histamine for allergic response/parasitic infection esoinophil
used when vein is damaged or collapsed. radial or femoral artery is used arterial stick
phagocytosis to kill bacteria neutrophils
regulates the thickness of blood albumin
release heparin to cleanse wounds and histamine to indicate infection basophil
aids in clotting thrombocytes aka platelets
cell eating phagocytosis
blood taken from capillaries (fingers, earlobe, or heel of foot) finger stick
study of blood hematology
transports O2 and CO2 erythrocytes aka red blood cells
the only phagocytic a-granular leukocyte monocyte
functions of the blood transportation, regulation, and protection
plasma 55%--> 99% is water formed elements 45%---> wbc&platelets = 1% , rbc = 44% components of the blood
hemopoesis: fetal deveolpement live, spleen, & yolk sac
hemopoesis: after birth red bone marrow
Created by: cassyjo44