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Blood

Anatomy

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Primarily water, noncellular; the fluid matrix of the blood plasma
Another name for red blood cells Erythrocytes
Another name for white blood cells leukocytes
most numerous leukocyt, first to arrive at infection neutrophils
increases during allergy attacks eosinophils
Releases histmine during inflammatory reactions basophils
increases in number during prolonged infections monocytes
originates in the bone marrow, may be formed in the lymphoid tissue lymphocytes
A blood platelet Thrombocytes
A chemical that stimulates cells to produce antibodies Antigen
A protein that B cells of the immune system produce Antibody
Another group of antigens presence of any from the group Ph factor
the stoppage of bleeding hemostasis
makes a blood clot by a series of reactions coagulation
release of biochemicals from broken blood vessels or damaged tissue extrinsic clotting
blood contact with foreign surfaces in the absence of tissue damage intrinsic clotting
a type of coagulant heparin
Created by: MCKincaid