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WHITE Blood Cells


What are Hemocytoblasts? The starter/stem cells for all Blood Cells
Where are Granular types of Leukocytes formed? RED Bone Marrow
What is a Myeloblast? a Hemocytoblast within the RED Bone Marrow
Where do Nongranular types of Leukocytes originate? from Thymus or Bone Marrow at birth
Where do Nongranular types of Leukocytes get distributed? Lymph Tissues (Spleen, Tonsils, Lymph Nodes)
What are Monocytes? Nongranular Leukocytes WITHIN Capillaries
What are Macrophages? Nongranular Leukocytes OUTSIDE of Capillaries
What is the function of Lymphocytes? produce Antibodies for immunity
What are Eosinophils? Granular Leukocyte - combat Parasitic infection through Phagocytosis
What are Basophils? Granular Leukocyte - release Anti-coagulants
What are Neutrophils? Granular Leukocytes - Bacterial Phagocytes
Where are Thrombocytes formed? RED Bone Marrow
What do Thrombocytes, Erythrocytes, and Granular Leukocytes have in common? all are formed in RED Bone Marrow
How are Thrombocytes formed? Hemocytoblasts --> Megakaryocyte --> fragments/Platelets
What is the function of Thrombocytes? release agents for Blood Clotting
Created by: kristel387