giv8ai No organelles and nucleus so it lives 120 days because it has glycolysis

Giv8ai no organelles and nucleus so it lives 120 days

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g.iv.8.a.i. No organelles and nucleus so it lives 120 days because it has glycolysis to get ATP to sustain itself g.v. Blood Types g.v.1. Type A g.v.1.a. A antigens on the surface of blood cells (carbohydrates) g.v.2. Type B g.v.2.a. B sugars g.v.3. Type AB g.v.3.a. A and B sugars g.v.3.b. Universal recipient g.v.3.b.i. If you are prone to vascular injury g.v.3.b.ii. You can’t have antibodies in the blood so there won’t be gluctination g.v.4. Type O g.v.4.a. No sugars
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g.v.4.b. Lack of antigen g.v.4.c. Universal donor g.v.4.c.i. Give your blood to anyone g.v.4.c.ii. Because red blood cells don’t have any sugars on the surface g.v.5. If you have antigen you cant have antibody of that g.v.5.a. So type A you have B antibody and type B you have A antibody g.v.6. Aggulutinogens g.v.6.a. Antigens g.v.7. Agglutinins g.v.7.a. Antibodies g.v.7.b. Bind to the aggulutinogens which cause the cluster of blood cells called glucenation which leads to hemolysis (red blood cell death) g.v.8. RH antigen g.v.8.a. RH factor (D Antigen) g.v.8.b. Significance when talking about labor g.v.8.b.i. If an individual is RH positive they have D antigen g.v.8.b.ii. If you are RH negative you have no D antigen g.v.8.b.ii.1.No RH antibodies in the plasma g.v.8.b.ii.2.No normal individual has RH antibodies in plasma g.v.8.c. Hematolitic disease of the newborn g.v.8.c.i. When you have a RH negative mother g.v.8.c.ii. Newborns born with RH positive fetus g.v.8.c.iii. Treatment g.v.8.c.iii.1. Rogan
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g.v.8.c.iii.1.a. Anti D antibody g.v.8.c.iii.1.b. These antibodies will stop the sensitizing process by binding to the fetal cells and causing hemolysis g.v.8.c.iv. After the labor the mother is RH negative, but you are sensitized (you have D antibodies) g.v.8.c.v. If the mother has another baby, with the sensitized blood, the antibodies will diffuse through the fetal blood stream and glutamate with the other blood cells causing hemolysis h. White Blood Cells h.i. Leukocytes h.ii. Blood cells that are nucleated h.iii. Granulocytes h.iii.1. Neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils all contain granules within them that specifically destroy bacteria h.iv. Agranulocytes h.iv.1. Lack of granules (monocytes and lymphocytes) h.v. WBC circulation and Movement h.v.1. Located in the loose connective tissue h.v.2. Use the circulatory system for transportation h.v.2.a. How do they know where to go h.v.2.a.i. Positive chemotaxis h.v.2.a.i.1. Cells in tissues are secreting chemicals in the blood and the white blood cells are following the concentration gradient h.v.3. Characteristics h.v.3.a. Capable of amoeboid movement (crawl around) h.v.3.b. Can migrate out of the blood stream (diapedisis)
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h.v.3.c. Positive chemotaxis attraction h.v.3.d. Capable of phagocytosis (neutrophils, eosinophils, monocytes) h.v.4. Chemotaxis h.v.4.a. Example of this would be mast cells Types of White Blood Cells Neutrophils (60-70%) Polymorphonucleocytes (PMNs) Attacks marked bacteria They do phagocytosis to the marked bacteria
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