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A &P- blood terms

Blood and Lymphatic System Combing Forms

QuestionAnswer
adeno/o gland
blast/o embroynic cell
eosin/o dawn (red colored)
erythr/o red
granul/o granule
hemo/o, hemat/o blood
kary/o, nucle/o nucleus
leuk/o leuc/o white
lymph/o lymph
morph/o morph/o
myel/o bone marrow, spinal cord
lipid/o fat
lymphadeno/o lymph nodes
phag/o swallowing, eating
poikil/o varied,irregular
reticul/o net, mesh
sider/o iron
splen/o spleen
thromb/o blood clot
thym/o thymus
spher/o sphere
neutr/o neutral
agranul/o without granules
is/o equal
bas/o basic, base
thrombocyt/o platelet
blast embroynic cell
globin protein
emia blood condition
osis abnormal condition, abnormal increase when used with blood cells
penia decrease, deficiency
phil attraction to
phoresis borne, carried
cytosis slight increase in number of cells
stitial pertaining to a place
poiesis formation, production
stasis standing still
a without, not
aniso unequal, dissimilar
hetero different
homo same
iso same
macro large
micro small
mono one
poly many, much
Created by: d.holifield