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Erythrocyte red blood cells that carry hemoglobin
Hemoglobin an iron based protein that carries oxygen from the respiratory tract to the body’s tissues
Leukocytes WBC’s ranging in number from 5,000 to 10,000 per mm3 in the blood
Neutrophil a leukocyte that defends the body against bacteria through phagocytosis
Eosinophil a leukocyte whose number increases in allergic and parasitic conditions
Basophil a leukocyte comprising .5% of the total leukocyte count
Lymphocytes a WBC playing a major role in immunity and antibody formation. Make up 25% of all WBC’s
Monocyte a WBC that plays a role in the inflammatory process and is a phagocyte
Platelets smallest WBC’s responsible for clotting
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