Anatomical structures ch 6, 7 and 14

Anatomical structures ch 6, 7 and 14 - Axia College...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Identifying Anatomical Structures Ch. 6, 7, & 14: Complete activities I, II, & III, and post to the Individual forum. I. Use the diagrams on p. 297 to complete sections A & B. A . 1. eosinophil 2 Neutrophil 3 Lymphocyte 4 Basophil 5 Monocyte B . 1 Tonsils and adenoids 2 Axillary lymph nodes 3 Mediastinal lymph nodeses 4 Celiac lymph nodes 5 Appendix and Preyer’s patches 6 Inguinal lymph nodes 7 Cervical lymph nodes 8 Thymus 9 . Spleen 1 0 . Mesenteric lymph nodes 1 1 . Red bone marrow Determine the primary function of the following system components.
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Structur e Function- What is the purpose of the body part? 1 Spleen Creates lymphocytes for the destruction and recycling of all red blood cells. 2 Basophil They are capable of producing heparin and histamine 3 Neutrop hil They do phagocytosis, the process by which neotrophils ingest and kill microorganisms. 4 Lympho cyte To fight off infections 5 Eosinop hil Participate in engulfing and killing bacteria and other
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