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chapt6_Blood - 3 O 2 each White blood cells Movement of...

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Cardiovascular System: Blood
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What are the functions of blood? Transportation: oxygen, nutrients, wastes, carbon dioxide and hormones Defense: against invasion by pathogens Regulatory functions: body temperature, water-salt balance and body pH
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composition of blood Formed elements : Red blood cells/erythrocytes (RBC) White blood cells/leukocytes (WBC) Platelets Plasma : 92% water and 8% salts and organic molecules
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3 major types of plasma proteins Albumins osmotic pressure, transportation Globulins transportation Fibrinogen formation of blood clots
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The structure of red blood cells is important to their function Lack a nucleus and few organelles 280 million hemoglobin.
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Unformatted text preview: 3 O 2 each White blood cells Movement of WBCs out of circulation How are white blood cells categorized? Granular Eosinophil Basophil Neutrophil Agranular Lymphocyte Monocyte Neutrophils Eosinophils Basophil Lymphocyte How do blood cell leave circulation? How do platelets clot blood? What determines the A, B, AB or O blood type? Testing your understanding Can a person with blood type O accept blood type A without a problem occurring? Why or why not? Why can people with AB blood type accept more blood types than people with type O, A or B? Which blood type is able to be used most often as a donor blood type? Why?...
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