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Blood Crossword

blood fluid that circulates through humans
formed elements elements suspended in matrix
Plasma liquid part of blood
erythrocytes red blood cell
albumin water souluable protiens that clump when heated
hemoglobin oxygen carring pigment
anemia defficiency of hemoglobin
polycythemia increased number of blood cells
leukocytes white blood cells
leukemia blood cell cancer
granulocytes circulating while blood cells with 2 or more lobes
neutrophils white blood cell containing granules
eosinophils cell or structure with affinity to erosin and other stains
basophils basophallic cell, tissue, or organism
agranulocytes nongranular white blood cell
lymphocytes white blood cell with large nucleus
monocytes formed in bone marrow
platelets plate like body in blood
megakaryoctes bone marrow site with tons of platelets
hematopoiesis the formation of blood
erthropoietin hormone that stimulates production of red blood cells
hemostasis the stopage of bleeding
serotonin neurotransmitter
thromboplastin factor that helps to clot
fibrin hairlike molecule
thrombus clot that developed into unbroken blood vessle
embolus when thrombus breaks away from vessle wall
thrombocytopia insufficient number of circulating platelets
hemophilia lack of clotting factors
agglutination binding of antibodies
ABO blood groups Based on type A and B
RH blood groups blood group named because of it antigens
Created by: tmorley