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Leucocytes White Blood Cells Basar
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   White Blood cells are also known as  Leucocytes as they are colorless due to  lack of Haemoglobin.    There are about 6000-8000mm of  WBC for 1ml of blood.   These are also called Scavengers &  Microscopic policemen  White Blood Corpuscles
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WBC’s Five Types  Classified according to the presence or  absence of granules and the staining  characteristics of their cytoplasm. Leucocytes appear brightly colored in  stained preparations, they have a nuclei  and are generally larger in size than  RBC’s.
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Type of WBC’s Granulocytes—have large  granules in their cytoplasm Neutrophils Eosinophils Basophils
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Types of WBC’s Agranulocytes—do not have  granules in their cytoplasm Lymphocytes Monocytes
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Granuloctyes Neutrophils Stain light purple with neutral dyes Granules are small and numerous—course 
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