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A&P Chp 12

Lymphatic and Blood

Blood is composed of _______. Plasma and formed elements
There are three blood cells types name them. RBC's, WBC's, and platelets
The ______________ regulates body fluids and the immune system. Lymphatic System
Where are adult blood cells produced? In bone marrow by stem cells
WBC's are categorized as ___________ and __________. Granulocytic and Agranulocytic
What do Granulocytic WBC's include? Basophils, eosinophils and neutophils
What do Agranulocytic WBC's include? Lymphocytes and Monocytes
Platelets, or thrombocytes are cell fragments that are involved in ___________. Blood clotting
What function do RBC provide? Tansport oxygen and carbon dioxide
What stimulates Red Blood Cell formation? Erythropoietin
The lymphatic system is composed of __________, ___________ and ____________. Lymphatic glands, lymph nodes and lymph vessels
Innate immunity provides barriers against what? Infections
___________ Immunity permits the body to recognize specific infections. Acquired
What is the primary immune response is the first reaction to _________ an antigen
The secondary immune response protects against _______________ subsequent infections
Anemia a decrease in normal RBC's
Hemophilia is disorder that does what? Prevents Clotting
How long do red blood cells live for? 120 days
True or false: Mature red blood cells have no nucleus True... they lose it threw maturity.
What is Centrifuge? A machine that rapidly spins liquid samples and separates the materials by density.
What is a MAC? Proteins that make a ring/hole in a cell so contents leak out and cell dies.
What is the most common antibody? IgG... it exists in the blood.
Name the different types of anemia Anemia, Pernicious Anemia, Thalassemia, Macrocytic anemia, Microcytic Anemia
Created by: mrskater



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