BLOOD - Blood Ex. 30A Composition of Blood Classified as a...

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Unformatted text preview: Blood Ex. 30A Composition of Blood Classified as a connective tissue Plasma (nonliving) + living cells (formed elements) Erythrocytes (RBCs) Sacs of hemoglobin molecules carry oxygen Leukocytes (WBCs) Part of immune system Platelets For blood clot formation (hemostasis) Formed Elements in Blood: Identification Erythrocytes (RBCs) transport oxygen & CO2; anucleate Leukocytes (WBCs) defense & immune function Granulocytes (contain cytoplasmic granules) Neutrophil : multi-lobed nucleus; small granules Eosinophil : bi-lobed nucleus; red granules Basophil : bi-lobed nucleus; large blue-purple granules Agranulocytes Lymphocyte : large nucleus (occupies almost all of cell) Monocyte : U or kidney-shaped nucleus Platelets : much smaller; cell fragments Table 17.2 (1 of 2) Table 17.2 (2 of 2) FORMED ELEMENTS OF THE BLOOD CELL TYPES NO. OF CELLS PER MM 3 OF BLOOD ERYTHROCYTES 4-6 MILLION LEUKOCYTES 4,000-11,000 1. NEUTROPHIL 3,000-7,000 2. LYMPHOCYTE 1,500-3,000 3. MONOCYTE 100-700 4. EOSINOPHIL 100-400 5. BASOPHIL 20-50 PLATELETS 250,000-500,000 Leukocytes..N ever L et M onkeys E at B ananas !!! Blood White blood cell ( Leukocyte) Red blood cell (Erythrocyte) Platelet =thrombocyte Rouleaux formation Neutrophil Neutrophil Neutrophil Monocyte Neutrophil Lymphocyte Lymphocyte Monocyte Eosinophil Eosinophil Basophil SICKLE CELL ANEMIA SICKLE CELL SICKLE CELL SICKLE CELL ANEMIA SICKLE CELL SICKLE CELL TARGET CELLS CHRONIC GRANULOCYTIC LEUKEMIA Nucleated red blood cells ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA ATYPICAL LEUKOCYTES ROULEAU FORMATION (RBCS) MICROCYTE Physical Characteristics of Blood...
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