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A macrophage originate from peripheral blood cell

Monocyte

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Rouleau formation is commonly see in what type of the cell

RBC

2

What cell in the bone marrow is the first recognizable state in the RBC line

Proerythroblast

3

What cell type has a pyknotic nucleus that will be expeled during further development?

Normoblast

4

What type of cell after leaving the hemopoietec organ of its origin may continue further cell division?

Lymphocyte

5

During prenatal life where are nucleated RBC primarily formed?

Yolk sac

6

What is the most common WBC in peripheral blood of humans

Neutropils

7

What is the smallest component of peripheral blood produced directly from the megakaryocytes?

Platelets

8

What is the smalles t WBC found in the peripheral blood?

Lymphocytes

9

The last stage that can undergo mitosis?

Myelocyte

10

In the initial stage of inflammation what blood cell,excluding RBC predominates?

Neutrophil

11

What cell has a life expectancy of about 6 hours?

Neutrophil

12

What can become a macrophage?

Monocyte

13

What RBC contains polyribosomes as a network but no nucleus?

Reticulocyte

14

A B lymphocyte give rise to what tissue cell?

Plasma cell

15

What component contains both alpha and dense granules?

Platelets

16

What cell type lines the luminal surface of sinusoids in red bone marrow?

Endothelium

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The most common band cell is a developmental stage of what blood cell?

Neutrophil

18

What RBC ejects its nucleus?

Normoblast

19

What blood cell is asscociated with the cell mediated immune response?

T lymphocyte

20

What is the most common blood cell observed in a 4 months fetus?

Nucleated RBC

21

From what cell is the plasma cell derived?

B lymphocyte

22

What organ can release a large numbers of erythrocytes in response to trauma?

Spleen

23

What cell secretes antibodies?

Plasma cell

24

An immature erythrocyte is called?

Reticulocyte

25

Basophilic contains histamine and what other substance?

Heparin

26

What cell produce vasoactive substances that counter act basophil secretions?

Eosinophils

27

In mature blood cell, what large cell is not associated with lobated nucleus?

Monocyte

28

What granulocyte is the nucleus commonly obscured by the granulocytes?

Basophils

29

What peripheral cell releases substance associated with hypersensitivity and anaphilaxis?

Basophil

30

What WBC in the peripheral blood contains bright red granules?

Eosinophils

31

What hematopoeitic cell is polyploidy?

Megakaryocyte

32

A parasitic infection would be reflected in the elevation of what WBC?

Eosinophils

33

What cell can be described as a pagocyte in the peripheral blood typically having an intended nucleus and ropey chromatin?

Monocyte

34

What RBC has a highly condensed nucleus?

Normoblast

35

Granules of histamine and heparin are found in what WBC?

Basophil

36

What cells derived directly from the myeloblast?

Promyeloblast

37

Promyelocyte differentiate into?

Myelocyte

38

What cell comprises of 3% of WBC?

Monocyte

39

Platelets derived from what cell?

Megakaryocyte

40

What is the most common nucleated cell in the blood?

Neutrophils

41

What is the largest hematopoietic cell in the human blood marrow?

Megakaryocyte

42

Inadequacy of what hemopoietic cell can lead to hemophillia?

Megakaryocyte

43

What agranulocyte is the leastcommon in normal blood?

Monocyte

44

Observed during allergic reaction?

Eosinophils

45

1st site for hemopoiesis in the embryo?

Yolk sac

46

Whatcell in the bonemarrow release cytokines

Reticular cell

47

Substance regulate erythropoiesis

Eryhtropoietin

48

Arise from the thymus, involved in cell mediated immune response and involved in graft rejection?

T- lymphocyte