HCA220_Appendix_H - Axia College Material Appendix H...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Identifying Anatomical Structures Ch. 6, 7, & 14: I. Use the diagrams on p. 297 to complete sections A & B. A. 1 Eosinophil p. 281 (Turley, 2006) 2 Neutrophil p. 280 (Turley, 2006) 3 Lymphocyte p. 280 (Turley, 2006) 4 Basophil p. 281 (Turley, 2006) 5 Monocytes p.282 (Turley, 2006) B. 1 Tonsil and adenoids p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 2 Axillary lymph nodes p.288 (Turley, 2006) 3 Mediastinal lymph nodes p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 4 Celiac lymph nodes p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 5 Appendix and Peyer’s patches p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 6 Inguinal lymph nodes p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 7 Cervical lymph nodes p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 8 Thymus p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 9. Spleen p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 10. Mesenteric lymph nodes p. 288 (Turley, 2006) 11. Red bone marrow p.288 (Turley, 2006) Determine the primary function of the following system components. Structure Function- What is the purpose of the body part? 1 Spleen Filters blood, removing old erythrocytes and breaking down hemoglobin into heme and globins. Storage area for whole blood. Release epinephrine during times of danger or injury. P. 289 (Turley, 2006)
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HCA220_Appendix_H - Axia College Material Appendix H...

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