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Chapter 10: Blood

Aisha Ibrahim B.3

What is the function of Erythrocytes? Transport oxygen that is bound to hemoglobin molecules
What is the function of Eosinophils? Kill parasitic worms
Why are platelets needed in the blood? for normal blood clotting
When do Neutrophils increase in the blood? during short-term or acute infections
what is the cell anatomy of Erythrocytes? Salmon-colored bioconcave disks
What is the cell anatomy of Eosinophils? Red coarse cytoplasmic granules
What is the cell anatomy of platelets? irregularly shaped cell fragments which are purple
What is another name for Leukocytes? White blood cells
What 3 major phases does Hemostasis involve? 1. Platelet plug formation 2. Vascular spasms 3. coagulation
What is coagulation? blood clotting
What blood type is called the Universal Recipient? Why? Blood type AB is considered to be the Universal Recipient because a person who has it can recieve blood of any type. People who have type AB blood do not have anti-A or anti-B antibodies
Created by: SummitAP