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1

B lymphocytes mature in the ________.

B lymphocytes mature in the bone marrow.

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2

T-cells and B-cells.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Lymphocytes

T-cells and B-cells.

3

Usually see increase during an allergic response.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Eosinophils

  • Usually see increase during allergic response.

  • Seen in parasite invasion.

4

T lymphocytes mature in the ______.

T lymphocytes mature in the thymus.

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5

Release is receptor-mediated.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Basophils

  • Least number.

  • Release is receptor-mediated.

6

Initiate immune response.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Neutrophils

  • Most abundant of the WBCs.

  • "Patrol blood."

  • First on scene.

  • Initiate immune response.

7

Seen during parasite invasions.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Eosinophils

  • Usually see increase during allergic response.

  • Seen in parasite invasion.

8

Most abundant of the WBCs.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Neutrophils

  • Most abundant of the WBCs.

  • "Patrol blood."

  • First on scene.

  • Initiate immune response.

9

"Eat" foreign particles.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Monocytes

  • Macrophage - in tissue.

  • "Eat" foreign particles.

  • Give rise to osteoclasts.

10

Normal numbers for total WBC count is _______.  

Infections can cause "shifts" on reports.

 

Normal numbers for total WBC count is 7,000 - 11,000.  

Infections can cause "shifts" on reports.

11

Give rise to osteoclasts.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Monocytes

  • Macrophage - in tissue.

  • "Eat" foreign particles.

  • Give rise to osteoclasts.

12

Macrophage - in tissue.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Monocytes

  • Macrophage - in tissue.

  • "Eat" foreign particles.

  • Give rise to osteoclasts.

13

"Patrol blood."

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Neutrophils

  • Most abundant of the WBCs.

  • "Patrol blood."

  • First on scene.

  • Initiate immune response.

14

Least number.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Basophils

  • Least number.

  • Release is receptor-mediated.

15

First on scene.

a.) Neutrophils

b.) Eosinophils

c.) Basophils

d.) Monocytes

e.) Lymphocytes

Neutrophils

  • Most abundant of the WBCs.

  • "Patrol blood."

  • First on scene.

  • Initiate immune response.