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Ch. 14 Anatomy

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 14 Flashcards

2 Key Components of Whole Blood Blood plasma and formed elements
3 Key Components of Blood Plasma 91.5% water, 7% protein, and 1.5% solutes
3 Main Proteins in Blood Albumins, Globulins, and Fibrinogens
6 Solutes Common in Blood Electrolytes, Nutrients, Gases, Regulatory Substances, Vitamins, and Waste Products
Formed Elements Cells and cell fragments. Something that formed when you did.
3 Classes of Formed Elements White blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets
5 Classes of White Blood Cells Neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes
Erythrocytes and Erythropoesis The formation of just RBCs is the 2nd. Near the end, an RBC precursor ejects its nucleus and becomes a reticuloyte. The 1st will increase if the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood falls because the 2nd isn't keeping up with RBC destruction.
Reticulocytes and RBCs The 1st is the beginnings stages of the 2nd.
Neutrophil Granular Leukocyte.
Created by: tjneo90