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WK8 A&P cell match

Week eight A&P match the cells with their meanings

QuestionAnswer
WBC (agranulocyte) formed in lymph tissue; it is a phagocyte and the precursor of a macrophage Monocyte
Thrombocyte or a cell that helps blood clot Platelet
Cell in the bone marrow that gives rise to different types of blood cells Stem cell
Leukocyte that is found in lymph tissue and can produce antibodies Lymphocyte
Leukocyte with dense, reddish granules having an affinity for red acid dye; associated with allergic reactions Eosinophil
Red blood cell Erythrocyte
Leukocyte(polymorphnuclear granulocyte) formed in the bone marrow and having neutral-staining granules Neutrophil
Leukocyte(granulocyte) whose granules have an affinity for basic dye; release histamine and heparin Bosophil
Created by: blood guy