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Blood

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QuestionAnswer
What is the composition of Blood? 55% Plasma, 45% Cells
What are the 3 categories of cells? Erythrocytes (most), Thrombocytes (2nd most), Leukocytes (least)
What are Thrombocytes AKA? Platelets
What are Erythrocytes AKA? RED Blood Cells
What are Leukocytes AKA? WHITE Blood Cells
What are the subcategories of Leukocytes? Granular, Nongranular
What are the subtypes of Nongranular Leukocytes? Lymphocytes --> T-Cells, B-Cells; Monocytes --> Macrophages
What are some anatomical differences between Granular and Nongranular Leukocytes? Granular = granules in cytoplasm, Polynuclear or Bi-lobed Nuclei; Nongranular = mononucleated
What is the location of Lymphocytes and what kind of cell are they? from Lymph Tissue & Nodes - Nongranular Leukocytes
What is the difference between Monocytes and Macrophages? Monocytes are INSIDE the Circulatory System and Macrophages are OUTSIDE the Circulatory System
What are the subtypes of Granular Leukocytes? Neutrophils (most), Eosinophils (2nd most), Basophils (least)
What is the function of Basophils and what kind of cell are they? Anti-coagulation after injury - Granular Leukocytes
What is the function of Eosinophils and what kind of cell are they? Remove Debris, fight Infestation - Granular Leukocytes
What is the function of Neutrophils and what kind of cell are they? Phagocytosis (ingest microbes)
What are some characteristics of Neutrophils? contain many Lysosomes, last only a Few Hours, Constantly making More - Polynuclear
What are the functions of Blood? 1. O2 & CO2 transport/exchange; 2. Nutrient/Waste Transport; 3. Hormone Transport; 4. Thermoregulation; 5. Antibody Circulation/Immunity; 6. Coagulation
What are the functions of Plasma? Nutrient/Waste Transport, Hormone Transport
What is the composition of Blood Plasma? 90% Water, Wastes, Hormones, blood Gases, Plasma Proteins
Where are Plasma Proteins produced? Liver
Name the Plasma Proteins? 1. Albumins; 2. Globulins; 3. Fibrinogen; 4; Prothrombin
What is the function of Albumin and where is it located? gives plasma Viscosity, keeps Water from osmotically LEAVING blood - Plasma
What are the types of Globulins? Alpha, Beta, Gamma
What is the function of Globulins? Antibodies --> Travel Immunizations
What is the function of Fibrinogen and Prothrombin and where are they located? Coagulation - Plasma
Created by: kristel387